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Sweeney Todd - Final Scene Lyrics

(feat. Alan Rickman, Helena Bonham Carter, Jamie Campbell Bower, Jayne Wisener, Johnny Depp and Laura Michelle Kelly)

Song details
TitleFinal Scene
ArtistSweeney Todd feat. Alan Rickman, Helena Bonham Carter, Jamie Campbell Bower, Jayne Wisener, Johnny Depp and Laura Michelle Kelly
AlbumSweeney Todd: The Demon Barber Of Fleet Street [2007], Track 20
Sweeney Todd Live In Concert [2000], Track 12 Disc 2
GenreMusical
Duration10:22
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Song lyrics
Mrs. Lovett: Toby!
Where are you, love?

-[whisper]- "Where is he?"

Nothing's gonna harm you--
Not while I'm around

Sweeney Todd: "Toby?" , "Toby?"

Mrs. Lovett: Nothing's gonna harm you, darlin'
Not while I'm around

Sweeney Todd: "Toby?",

[Instrumental]

Anthony Hope: "Mr. Todd!
You wait for him here. I'll return with the coach in less
than half an hour. Don't worry, no one will recognize you.
You're safe now."

Johanna: "Safe? So we run away and then all our dreams come true?"

Anthony Hope: "I hope so."

Johanna: "I've never had dreams. Only nightmares."

Anthony Hope: "Johanna, when we're free of this place, all the ghosts will go away."

Johanna: "No, Anthony. They never go away."

Anthony Hope: "I'll be right back to you. Half an hour and we'll be free."

[Instrumental]

Beggar Woman: Beadle!, Beadle!,
No good hidin', I saw you!
Are you in there still?
Beadle!, Beadle!,
Beadle, dear, Beadle,

[Brief Instrumental]

Beggar Woman: Beadle-deedle-deedle-deedle-deedle-dumpling
Beadle, dumpling, Be-deedle-deedle-deedle-deedle-
deedle-deedle-deedle-deedle-deedle-deedle-deedle,!

Sweeney Todd: "Who are you? What are you doing in here!?"

Beggar Woman: "Evil this is, sir. The stink of evil--from below--from her!
She's the devil's wife! Beware her, sir. She with no pity
in her heart."

Hey-- don't I know you, mister?

Judge Turpin: "Mr. Todd?"

[Dramatic Instrumental]

Judge Turpin: "Where is she?"

Sweeney Todd: "Below, your honor. With my neighbour. Thank heavens
the sailor did not molest her. Thank heavens too, she has
seen the error of her ways."

Judge Turpin: "She has?"

Sweeney Todd: "Oh yes, your lesson was well learned.
She speaks only of you, longing for forgiveness"

Judge Turpin: "Then she shall have it.
She'll be here soon, you say?"

Sweeney Todd: "Yes."

Judge Turpin: "Excellent, my friend."

Sweeney Todd: "How 'bout a shave? Sit, sir, sit."

Judge Turpin: Ah, pretty women

Sweeney Todd: Pretty women, yes

Judge Turpin: Johanna, Johanna,

Sweeney Todd: Pretty women
Pretty women are a wonder
Pretty women

Judge Turpin: What we do for women!

Sweeney Todd: Pretty women
Blowing out their,

Judge Turpin: Blowing out their

BOTH: Candles

Sweeney Todd: Or-- combing out their,

Judge Turpin: Combing out their

BOTH: Hair

Judge Turpin: Then they leave

Sweeney Todd: Even when they leave,

[Simultaneously:]

Judge Turpin: Even when they leave you and vanish
They somehow can still remain
There with you
There

Sweeney Todd: They still
Are there
They're there

Judge Turpin: "How seldom it is one meets a fellow spirit!"

Sweeney Todd: "With fellow tastes-- in women, at least."

Judge Turpin: "What's that?"

Sweeney Todd: "The years no doubt have changed me, sir.
But then, I suppose, the face of a barber-- the
face of a prisoner in the dock-- is not particularly
memorable."

Judge Turpin: "Benjamin Barker!"

Sweeney Todd: "BENJAMIN BARKER!!!"

[Dramatic Instrumental]

Sweeney Todd: Rest now, my friend
Rest now - forever
Sleep now the untroubled
Sleep of the angels,

[Instrumental]

Sweeney Todd: "'Don't I know you?' she said.
,You knew she lived."

Mrs. Lovett: "I was only thinkin' of you!"

Sweeney Todd: "You lied to me."

Mrs. Lovett: No, no, not lied at all
No, I never lied!

Sweeney Todd: Lucy,

Mrs. Lovett: Said she took the poison-- she did
Never said that she died

Sweeney Todd: I've come home again...

Mrs. Lovett: Poor thing!
She lived but it left her weak in the head
All she did for months was just lie there in bed--

Sweeney Todd: Lucy,

Mrs. Lovett: Should've been in a hospital
Wound up in Bedlam instead
Poor thing!

Sweeney Todd: Oh, my God,

Mrs. Lovett: Better you should think she was dead
Yes, I lied 'cos I love you!

Sweeney Todd: Lucy,

Mrs. Lovett: I'd be twice the wife she was!
I love you!

Sweeney Todd: What have I done!?,

Mrs. Lovett: Could that thing have cared for you like me?

Sweeney Todd: Mrs. Lovett
You're a bloody wonder
Eminently practical and yet
Appropriate as always
As you've said repeatedly
There's little point in dwelling on the past!

[Simultaneously:]

Sweeney Todd: Now come here, my love,
Not a thing to fear, my love,
What's dead, is dead!

Mrs. Lovett: Do you mean it?
Everything I did
I swear I thought was only for the best
Believe me!
Can we
Still be
Married?

Sweeney Todd: The history of the world, my pet--

Mrs. Lovett: Oh, Mr. Todd
Oh, Mr. Todd
Leave it to me...

Sweeney Todd: Is learn forgiveness and try to forget

Mrs. Lovett: By the sea, Mr. Todd, we'll be comfy-cosy
By the sea, Mr. Todd, where there's no one nosy

Sweeney Todd: And life is for the alive, my dear
So let's keep living it--!

BOTH: Just keep living it!
Really living it--

Mrs. Lovett: AARRGHHHH!!
AARRGHHHHHHH!!
AARRGHHHHHHHHH!!

[Dramatic Instrumental]

Sweeney Todd: There was a barber and his wife
And she was beautiful
A foolish barber and his wife
She was his reason and his life
And she was beautiful
And she was virtuous
And he was--

[Instrumental to End]
submitted by Joyce1 on January 18th, 2008
corrected by Jess Keko ~ Moderator on July 26th, 2009

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 Song comments
12-02-2008 21:56 MrsSweeneyTodd 
MrsSweeneyTodd
 
4 posts
I loved this part of the cd and the movie, it was great


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