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