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1-Ahh!
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It’s… a…
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Temporary setback!
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It’s a momentary loss
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But conveniently my ego doesn’t bruise
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And the moment that I get back I will show them who’s the boss
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You can bet your bullion there’ll be no “I do"‘s
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Yes, suppose the girl goes missing So the king says “au revoir"
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Then I find her, bring her back, and make the news
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Then the Queen will be so grateful That she’ll pledge the heir to moi
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And I’ll humbly tell her “How can I refuse?"
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When our ceremony’s over I’ll arise and take the throne
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And that nitwit Anneliese can kiss my shoe
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For the Kingdom and the castle will be mine and mine alone
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If the crown should fit then how can I refuse?
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So… get..
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ready with the roses and stand by with the champagne
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When you’ve got a brilliant plan you never lose
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Yes before the chapter closes I’ll be as big as Charlemagne
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It’s a thankless job… but
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How can I refuse?
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Enjoy it now, sister, ‘cos it ain’t gonna be yours much longer.
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Oh, please, having delusions again, Midas?
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Let’s just say the throne’s gonna belong to my master, Preminger.
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and anything belonging to him ergo and ipso facto, belongs to me.
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– You lose a tooth, Midas? – My tooth?
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No, no, not my tooth!
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Ah you better hope you got 9 lives, Serafina!
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‘Cos you’re gonna need ’em all!
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I am Ambassador Bismark, here by invitation of the Queen.
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King Dominick, you are quite sure about this?
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I am.
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Come in!
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Julian, perfect timing.
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I classified this as iron pyrite. Pretty, but not considered valuable.
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– Commonly known as “fools gold". – Well done, your Highness.
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Your Highness? Why the sudden formality?
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– It’s just me. – The Queen sent me.
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Apparently the Ambassador has arrived with a gift for you.
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The Ambassador? He’s here already?
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On behalf of King Dominick…
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I present this engagement gift to you.
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Oh! Thank you, Ambassador! Princess Anneliese will be quite pleased.
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May I enquire, Your Excellency, if you’ve set a date for the wedding?
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Will a week from today do?
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Ah! Next week?
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A most wise and thoughtful decision, Your Majesty.
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Excellent.
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I will… er, send for King Dominick, so that he may meet his new bride.
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So happy. Free to do whatever they want.
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What do you think King Dominick will be like?
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Oh I’m sure he’ll be… suitable.
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Oh, I know it’s the right thing to marry him, but sometimes I wish… well…
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Apparently he’s a lover of music. He plays 3 different instruments.
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The dulcimer, the trumpet, and the piano.
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Anneliese… you’re going to need your cape.
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I am? Why?
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There’s nothing like some fresh air and a change of scenery.
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I wish it were that simple.
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Come on, Serafina.
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Ah, it feels so good to be outside the castle walls.
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Nobody knows who I am.
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So, which one was your house?
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More of a room, really. We couldn’t afford a house.
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– Oh, I didn’t mean… – I know.
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Third floor on the left. Did all my studies there.
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A perfect example of ‘rosa centifolia’.
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My favorite! But, you knew that.
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Mmm, that smells delicous.
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I’ll be right back.
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Like a bird that flies in the morning light
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Or a butterfly in the spring
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When your spirit rides on the wings of hope
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You’ll find your wings
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Let’s go listen, Serafina.
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For you’re always free to begin again
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And you’re always free to believe
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May you find your place and your heart become…
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G’day.
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Madame Carp!
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Wait, I earned that!
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And you owe me. Did you really think you could make a living as a singer?
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Get back to work, girl, or there’ll be trouble.
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– What a beautiful song. – Thanks.
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My Mom taught it… to… me.
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Whoa.
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We could be sisters.
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– What’s your name? – What’s your name?
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– You first. – Please, call me Anneliese.
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Anneliese? You have the same name as the Princess.
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– Well… – Oh.
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I’m Erika, Your Highness.
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Aren’t you supposed to be inside the castle?
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I’m savoring a first and last taste of freedom before getting married next week…
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to a total stranger.
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At least you’re not an indentured servant.
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Indentured servant?
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If I’d like to have my breakfast hot Madame Carp will make me pay
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And I have to fetch the eggs myself And the barn’s a mile away
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It’s cold and wet and still I get An omlette on my plate
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But in my head I’m back in bed Snuggled up and sleeping late.
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– Really? – Really, but it’s alright.
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I mean, I’m used to it. And you?
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– Well… – Well?
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If I want some eggs I ring the bell And the maid comes running in.
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And she serves them on a silver tray And she brings a cookie tin.
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And while I eat, she rubs my feet And strolling minstrels play
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But I’d rather be in my library reading science books all day.
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– I’m just like you – You are?
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You’re just like me
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There’s somewhere else we’d rather be.
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Somewhere that’s ours Somewhere that dreams come true
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Yes, I am a girl like you.
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You’d never think that it was so
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But now I’ve met you and I know
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It’s plain as day, sure as the sky is blue
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That I am a girl like you.
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So! You’re a singer?
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No, I work at Madame Carp’s penitentiary.
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– Uh, I mean Dress Emporium. – I love Madame Carp’s Dresses!
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I made the one you’re wearing.
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You made this? It’s my favorite.

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