Artist: Stephen Sondheim
Album: The Story So Far
Wait! What's your rush?
What's your hurry?
You gave me such a...
fright! I thought you was a ghost!
Half a minute, can't ya sit?
Sit ya down!
All I meant is that I haven't seen a customer for weeks.
Did ya come here for a pie, sir?
Do forgive me if my head's a little vague.
What is that?
But you'd think we had the plague.
From the way that people
No you don't!
Heaven knows I try, sir!
But there's no one comes in even to inhale!
Right you are, sir, would you like a drop of ale?
Mind you I can hardly blame them!
These are probably the worst pies in London.
I know why nobody cares to take them!
I should know!
I make them!
But good? No...
The worst pies in London...
Even that's polite! The worst pies in London!
If you doubt it take a bite!
Sweeney Todd (spoken)
Mrs. Lovett (sung)
Is that just, disgusting?
You have to concede it!
It's nothing but crusting!
Here drink this, you'll need it.
The worst pies in London
And no wonder with the price of meat
what it is
when you get it.
Never thought I'd live to see the day.
Men'd think it was a treat
what are dyin' in the street.
Mrs. Mooney has a pie shop.
Does a business, but I notice something weird.
Lately, all her neighbors cats have disappeared.
Have to hand it to her!
What I calls,
Poppin' pussies into pies!
Wouldn't do in my shop!
Just the thought of it's enough to make you sick!
And I'm telling you them pussycats is quick.
No denying times is hard, sir!
Even harder than the worst pies in London.
Only lard and nothing more-
Is that just revolting?
All greasy and gritty?
It looks like it's molting!
And tastes like...we'll pity.
A woman alone...with limited wind
And the worst pies in London!
Times is hard.
Times is hard.
Sweeney Todd (spoken)
Isn't that a room up there? Over the shop?
If times are so hard, why don't you rent it out? Should bring in something...
Mrs. Lovett (spoken)
Up there? Huh, no one'll go near it.
People think it's haunted.
You see years ago something happened, something not very nice.
|3||Gee Officer Krupke|
|4||Everything's Coming Up Roses|
|6||Everybody Ought To Have A Maid|
|7||There's Something About A War|
|9||Anyone Can Whistle|
|10||A Parade In Town|
|11||A Hero Is Coming|
|12||This Week Americans|
|14||Everybody Loves Leona|
|15||The Boy From|
|17||Arts And Crafts|
|20||Take Me To The World|
|21||Another Hundred People|
|22||Ladies Who Lunch|
|24||Happily Ever After|
|25||Waiting For The Girls Upstairs|
|27||Losing My Mind|
|28||I'm Still Here|
|29||Can That Boy Fox Trot|
|30||The Miller's Son|
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|Stephen Sondheim - The Story So Far Album Lyrics|
|3.||Gee Officer Krupke|
|4.||Everything's Coming Up Roses|
|6.||Everybody Ought To Have A Maid|
|7.||There's Something About A War|
|9.||Anyone Can Whistle|
|10.||A Parade In Town|
|11.||A Hero Is Coming|
|12.||This Week Americans|
|14.||Everybody Loves Leona|
|15.||The Boy From|
|17.||Arts And Crafts|
|20.||Take Me To The World|
|21.||Another Hundred People|
|22.||Ladies Who Lunch|
|24.||Happily Ever After|
|25.||Waiting For The Girls Upstairs|
|27.||Losing My Mind|
|28.||I'm Still Here|
|29.||Can That Boy Fox Trot|
|30.||The Miller's Son|
|1||On The Steps Of The Palace|
|2||Losing My Mind (From "Follies")|
|3||Not a Day Goes by (from "Merrily We Roll Along", 1982)|
|4||Live Alone and Like It (From Dick Tracy)|
|5||A Boy Like That (From "West Side Story")|
|6||Anyone Can Whistle (From Anyone Can Whistle)|
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