Amelie - Tour De France Lyrics

Broadway 2017
Amelie the Musical - Tour De France Lyrics

"Tour De France" is a song from Amelie performed by Phillipa Soo (Amelie), Company.

Sir may I lend a hand?
May I take your cane?
Careful of the curb, here we go.

Blind Beggar (spoken):
What are you doing? This is my corner!

Put away your cup, turning down the lane
Listen to the squeak of the bakery cart
Leaving a trail of breadcrumbs
Do you hear the laugh coming from the priest?
He has crinkly eyes
Looking through the glass focused
on the feast in the grocery window
There's a display that is three melon slices deep
As children walk out the door holding sweet lemon ices

Sweet lemon ices

Blind Beggar:
What was that?

An envelope opens
A cat in a hallway
A filament flashes, flickers, and dies
And there goes a hat

Thrown in the air
Thrown in the air
I can feel every stranger in Paris
Just waiting to collide
How a heart can pull like a moon as we circle each other
Then crashing together

We end up open wide
Here where the buses stop
you can find a kiosk under staples and glue
Now the barbershop, now the laundromat,
Now we're at the metro. Adieu!

Blind Beggar:
Wait! Tell me your name!


Blind Beggar:
Goodbye? Thank you!

I can see everything clearly now from here!

[Thanks to Victoria for lyrics]
[Thanks to Julia for corrections]

Other Album Songs: Amelie the Musical Lyrics
Tour De France lyrics from Amelie the musical

Amelie the Musical Songs Lyrics

Times Are Hard for Dreamers (Prologue)
World's Best Dad
World's Best Friend
World's Best Mom
Times Are Hard For Dreamers
Her Life Will Change
The Commute
The Bottle Drops
Three Figs
The Girls with the Glass
How To Tell Time
Tour De France
Goodbye Amelie
When The Booth Goes Bright
Sister's Pickle
Window Seat
There's No Place Like Gnome
Thin Air
Writing on the Wall
Blue Arrow Suite
The Late Nino Quincampoix
A Better Haircut
Halfway (reprise)
Where Do We Go From Here