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    "All I Ask Of You" Lyrics

    The Phantom Of The Opera (Related Recordings)

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    No more talk of darkness,
    Forget these wide-eyed fears.
    I'm here, nothing can harm you -
    My words will warm and calm you.

    Let me be your freedom,
    Let daylight dry your tears.
    I'm here, with you, beside you,
    To guard you and to guide you...

    Say you love me every waking moment,
    Turn my head with talk of summertime
    Say you need me with you, now and always
    Promise me that all you say is true
    That's all I ask of you...

    Let me be your shelter,
    Let me be your light.
    You're safe. No one will find you
    Your fears are far behind you

    All I want is freedom,
    A world with no more night
    And you, always beside me,
    To hold me and to hide me...

    Then say you'll share with me one love, one lifetime
    Let me lead you from your solitude
    Say you need me with you here, beside you
    Anywhere you go, let me go too
    Christine, that's all I ask of you...

    Say you'll share with me one love, one lifetime
    Say the word and I will follow you

    Share each day with me, each night, each morning

    Say you love me...

    You know I do...

    Love me, that's all I ask of you

    Anywhere you go let me go too
    Love me, that's all I ask of you...
    This song was last modified on May 20th, 2006.
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      014-12-2007 19:57
      OMG!!! I love this song with a freakin passion!!! The Phantom of the Opera is one of the GREATEST movies of all time!!!
       KyrieEleison says:
      013-12-2007 02:37
      "For the person who wanted to know what the whole thing about "fine horses" was... I'm assuming Raoul's telling Christine to get the fine horses around for the wedding."

      No, she's telling him to order his carriage to the door of the opera house. She's going to leave with him - ostensibly to run away and get married.

      The song is good, and reasonably well-acted by Wilson and Rossum, but the lyrics read like an only-average poem. However, the orchestrations are beautifully done. It's the sort of score that lends itself well to surround sound.

      * offtopic :
      Gerard Butler used to sing in rock bands. I read somewhere that Joel Schumacher wanted a gravelly, rock-and-roll voice for the Phantom. Yes, Gerard Butler is quite attractive, but his voice suits the role of the Phantom better than some stage Phantoms I have seen.
       hecarriesme says:
      005-08-2007 01:44
      This is my second favorite song from the musical. It is a perfect wedding song...

      For the person who wanted to know what the whole thing about "fine horses" was... I'm assuming Raoul's telling Christine to get the fine horses around for the wedding.

      I think the Phantom (aka Erik) is too much of a pedophile for me to really root for... ughhh... lol. But my heart has always gone out to him, because he shapes Christine into a singing sensation - so she runs off with another guy! Although Raoul is amazing... and I would love to have a guy who cared like he does.
      014-08-2006 18:13
      i love this song! I play it on the piano, the violin, the cello!!!!!!
       Unknown_Fan says:
      010-06-2005 21:44
      They cut out Christine's second solo-ish part.

      All I want
      is freedom,
      a world with
      no more night . . .
      and you
      always beside me
      to hold me
      and to hide me . . .

      that's what they cut
       MourningStar says:
      010-06-2005 21:39
      Hm, maybe they just changed it? That tends to happen with the Phantom songs. It's odd. I've heard 3 different versions of Music of the Night.

      * offtopic :
      As for the novel, I own it but haven't been able to read it. Bloody summer assignments...
       Unknown_Fan says:
      010-06-2005 21:33
      I like that song, but they didn't sing the entire song in the movie. I read the book Phantom of the Opera. Anyone else?
       MourningStar says:
      010-06-2005 21:31
      I still love this song...

      * offtopic :
      Arg, I'm so jealous... I want to see on stage so badly. Alas, I envy all who have seen it.
       Amy16281 says:
      010-06-2005 21:30
      not one of my favourite songs, but they did it great in the film

      * offtopic :
      john owen jones did it better on the stage, so much emotion i cried more than in the film.
       MourningStar says:
      010-06-2005 21:26
      This song is beautiful. Emmy and Patrick have amazing voices.

      * offtopic :
      As for the whole Gerard can't sing comment... sure, he's not the greatest singer ever, but they wanted someone who could convey the emotions of the Phantom, which I believe he did a wonderful job. Joel Schumacher even said he didn't want a full cast of professional singers. I do disagree with their wanting to find an attrative man to play the Phantom, though, but what can you do?
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