Andrew Lloyd Webber

Why Have You Brought Me Here Raoul Ive Been There(Ukulele chords)

Andrew Lloyd Webber

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	        Dm          Gm               C        Dm  
RAOUL: Why have you brought me here? We must return! 
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CHRISTINE: His eyes will find us there, those eyes that burn! 
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And if he has to kill a thousand men- 
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The phantom of the opera will kill and kill again! 
(Change to Ebm) 
Ebm        Abm         C#           Ebm  
My god who is this man, who hunts to kill? 
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I can't escape from him, I never will! 
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BOTH: And in this labyrinth, where night is blind- 
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The phaaaaaaaaaantom of the opera is here/there inside my/your mind! 

RAOUL: There is no phantom of the opera! 
            Em    F#m  Dm   Cm     Em     F#m        Dm     Cm   
CHRISTINE: Raoul, I've been there! To his world of unending night! 
Cm    Dm              Bbm       Abm           F#m        Em 
To a world where the daylight dissolves into darkness… Darkness… 
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Raoul, I've seen him! Can I ever forget that sight? 
Ebm   Fm    C#m             Bm      C#m D#m      Fm 
Can I ever escape from that face? So distorted, deformed, 
        C#m      Bm            Am         Gm  
It was hardly a face, in that darkness... Darkness... 
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Yet his voice filed my spirit with a strange sweet sound, 
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In that night, there was music in my mind.  
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And through music, my soul began to soar!  
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And I heard as I'd never heard before- 
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( RAOUL: What you heard was a dream and nothing more.)  
            Em         Am            D              Em 
CHRISTINE: Yet in his eyes, all the sadness of the world, 
Em             Am                D           G  
Those pleading eyes, that both threaten and adore.
	        

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