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    going to london to see mama mia

    going up on the train tomorrow.



    i've seen it before and it was really awsome



    this time i'm going to buy the soundtrack though.. forgot to last timess and i collect the theater music
    so stand in the rain, stand your ground

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    Hope you have a fantastic time :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomgirl View Post
    Hope you have a fantastic time :D


    it was amazing!



    the abba songs really get you up and dancing.



    now planning which musical i'm going too next.

    hairspray or glea.

    so stand in the rain, stand your ground

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    I'm going to see Legally Blonde the musical in a couple of weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomgirl View Post
    I'm going to see Legally Blonde the musical in a couple of weeks.


    ooo nice.



    let me know how you like it
    so stand in the rain, stand your ground

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avatar of agony View Post
    it was amazing!



    the abba songs really get you up and dancing.



    now planning which musical i'm going too next.

    hairspray or glea.

    I like Glee; It's better than hairspray. But not something I'm in to how about Greece the musical or how about Greece the school musical performed by students who attend high school it is really interesting and amazing songs you may want to see it.

    Abida

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel_Abida View Post
    I like Glee; It's better than hairspray. But not something I'm in to how about Greece the musical or how about Greece the school musical performed by students who attend high school it is really interesting and amazing songs you may want to see it.

    Abida




    a fan of glea!





    i think the glea songs are amazing. the madonna special was awsome, but maybe that's because i like madonna.



    best song in glea is bust your windows or don't stop believing



    i remember watching the movie of grease, the song " summer nights" is amazing

    so stand in the rain, stand your ground

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    i loved mamma mia
    “I can never read all the books I want; I can never be all the people I want and live all the lives I want. I can never train myself in all the skills I want. And why do I want? I want to live and feel all the shades, tones and variations of mental and physical experience possible in life. And I am horribly limited.”

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    I've only seen one musical, my english class went down to London to see Lord of the Rings the musical.

    You may laugh at this, but oh.my.god. it was amazing!
    The stage moves so it goes to different hieghts - even different sections move up and down and it spins around.

    AND! the ORCS! i nearly died! because half way through they come creeping up on to the top bit where we were sitting, and you think that you would be able to see the person inside, but you can't at all! and they have stilt things on their arms and the bound about the place!
    One stopped by us and screamed and jumped forward at us. it was amazing!
    and and and! the songs were awesome, and so were the trees and the scary bit with the dragon! argh! :D
    The person who played gollum had his voice pretty much perfect...



    Ok, i'm going to stop now. I bet someone will come along and say its crap
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    Quote Originally Posted by notanotherusername! View Post
    I've only seen one musical, my english class went down to London to see Lord of the Rings the musical.

    You may laugh at this, but oh.my.god. it was amazing!
    The stage moves so it goes to different hieghts - even different sections move up and down and it spins around.

    AND! the ORCS! i nearly died! because half way through they come creeping up on to the top bit where we were sitting, and you think that you would be able to see the person inside, but you can't at all! and they have stilt things on their arms and the bound about the place!
    One stopped by us and screamed and jumped forward at us. it was amazing!
    and and and! the songs were awesome, and so were the trees and the scary bit with the dragon! argh! :D
    The person who played gollum had his voice pretty much perfect...



    Ok, i'm going to stop now. I bet someone will come along and say its crap


    my brother went to see that with his school.



    said it was amazing



    the musical's quite long i think, not as long as the films but from what my brother's told me it lasted a good 3 hours.

    maybe 1 day i'll get to see it, i've got all the dvds on limited edition!

    so stand in the rain, stand your ground

    stand up when it's all crashing down

    you stand through the pain, you won't drown

    and 1 day what's lost will be found

    you stand in the rain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Avatar of agony View Post


    a fan of glea!





    i think the glea songs are amazing. the madonna special was awsome, but maybe that's because i like madonna.



    best song in glea is bust your windows or don't stop believing



    i remember watching the movie of grease, the song " summer nights" is amazing

    I know many people who enjoy glee tbh; I don't really like the song
    "Don't sstop believing" I do like,
    "Somebody to love though" I think that has to be my favourite glee song

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    Somebody to Love is by Queen.
    Don't Stop Believing is by Journey.

    It's called Glee not glea ffs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderstruck View Post
    Somebody to Love is by Queen.
    Don't Stop Believing is by Journey.

    It's called Glee not glea ffs.


    you bring up a good point.

    1 bad thing about glee is that they don't write original songs, they are all covers.



    good covers though

    take something like grease or high school musical and they have their own original music.

    i may as well go start a glee thread



    this has gone so offtopic
    so stand in the rain, stand your ground

    stand up when it's all crashing down

    you stand through the pain, you won't drown

    and 1 day what's lost will be found

    you stand in the rain

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    You are lucky

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    Quote Originally Posted by Thunderstruck View Post
    It's called Glee not glea ffs.
    I was going to mention that, what a coincidence.
    “If ever there is tomorrow when we're not together.. there is something you must always remember. you are braver than you believe, stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think. but the most important thing is, even if we're apart.. i'll always be with you.” - Pooh

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