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"A Love So Beautiful" is a romantic ballad written by Roy Orbison and Jeff Lynne, and released on Orbison's last album Mystery Girl. It was performed by Roy Orbison. In 1995, Michael Bolton covered in his album Greatest Hits (1985—1995). It is from the musical Bob the Builder, sung as a duet between Bob and Wendy, who became fall in love on a sunset.

RepriseEdit

"A Love So Beautiful (Reprise)" is a last song of Act II written by Roy Orbison and Jeff Lynne, and sung by Bob, Wendy and Company, after the couples are married in the end.

Curtain CallEdit

"A Love So Beautiful (Curtain Call)" is a instrumental written by Roy Orbison and Jeff Lynne. The cast bows as the end.

Lyrics Edit

Bob

  • The summer sun looked down
  • On our love long ago
  • But in my heart I feel
  • The same old afterglow
  • A love so beautiful
  • In every way
  • A love so beautiful
  • We let it slip away

Wendy

  • We were too young to understand
  • To ever know
  • That lovers drift apart
  • And that's the way love goes
  • A love so beautiful
  • A love so sweet
  • A love so beautiful
  • A love for you and me

Both

  • And when I think of you
  • I fall in love again
  • A love so beautiful
  • In every way
  • A love so beautiful
  • We let it slip away
  • Away
  • A love so beautiful
  • In every way
  • A love so beautiful
  • We let it slip away

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