Everybody looked and everybody saw
It’s a sad song
(Original Cast Recording)" (2017) Road To Hell. For anyone who tries. Cause, here’s the thing: [Hermes:] And a train coming up from way down below [Persephone:] That was not six months!
Hadestown Cast Lyrics "Livin' It Up On Top" (from "Hadestown: The Myth. It’s a sad tale, it’s a tragedy [sung] Like the original concept album, Hadestown tells a version of the ancient Greek myth of Orpheus and Eurydice, where Orpheus journeys to the underworld to rescue his wife Eurydice. The Musical. We’re gonna sing it again
Livin' It Up On Top. In spite of the way that it is
It’s a sad song Epic II. When The Chips Are Down. The Musical. [Hermes:] Better go and get your suitcase packed Guess it's … Wait For Me. Word To The Wise. And a lady stepping off a train Our Lady Of The Underground. There was a railroad line on a road to hell There was a young man down on bended knee And that is the ending of the tale Of Orpheus and Eurydice It's a sad song It's a sad tale, it's a tragedy It's a sad song But we sing it anyway Cause, here's the thing: To know how it ends And still begin to sing it again As if it might turn out this time It’s an old tale from way back when Hadestown Cast Lyrics "Way Down Hadestown" (from "Hadestown: The Myth. It’s an old song Hadestown: The Myth. Is it coming? Hey, Little Songbird. / There was a train comin' up from way down below / That was not six months! Persephone returns to the land of the living with Spring, bearing the tale of Orpheus and Eurydice.
[mumbles and sighs] Chant II. All I've Ever Known. With a love song [spoken] And still begin to sing it again
2016 stage musical adaptation of a folk opera by Anaïs Mitchell HADESTOWN the Musical Songs with Lyrics. But we sing it anyway Why We Build The Wall. Road to Hell – Hermes, Company 2. Can you hear it? With a love song
That spring had come again
To know how it ends And that is the ending of the tale Act I 1. I learned that from a friend of mine He could make you see how the world could be, Way Down Hadestown.
See, Orpheus was a poor boy
Hermes narrates the ending of the story, with Orpheus again on bended knee, though this time reaching out for Eurydice.
Chant. There was a railroad line on a road to Hell HADESTOWN the Musical - Road to Hell Lyrics HERMES Once upon a time there was a railroad line Don’t ask where, brother, don’t ask when It was a road to Hell—No! Hadestown Cast Lyrics. Now on the road to hell there was a railroad station And a man with feathers on his feet Who would help you to your final destination Mr. Hermes - that's me!
And we’re gonna sing it again and again Way Down Hadestown Lyrics: On the Road to Hell there was a railroad track / Oh, come on! Hermes ends on an optimistic note, however, as he learned “from a friend of mine”. Gone, I'm Gone. Is it coming this a-way? There was a young man down on bended knee soundtrack: "Hadestown: The Myth. (Original Cast Recording)" soundtrack) [Hermes:] On the road to hell there was a railroad track [Persephone:] Aw, come on! But he had a gift to give: "Way Down Hadestown" lyrics. The Musical. [HERMES] The Musical. Of Orpheus and Eurydice (Live Original Cast Recording), There was a young man down on bended knee. On a sunny day there was a railroad car It’s an old song
Can you see it? Way Down Hadestown II . As if it might turn out this time
There was a railroad line on a road to Hell ... Way Down Hadestown II Can you feel it like a train? [sighs] He could make you see how the world could be. With a tale of a love that never dies Alright, alright