JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT SCRIPT PDF

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Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Movie Script

There’s one less place at our table There’s one more tear in my eye But Joseph the things that you stood for Like truth and light never die Carve his name with pride and courage Let no tear be shed If he had not laid down his life we all would now be dead.

How he loved his coat of many colors Chorus: Thank you, thank you, cringe, bow, stoop, fall Worship, worship, beg, kneel, sponge, crawl. Joseph’s mother, she was quite my favorite wife I never really loved another all my life. Next the baker rose to tell his dream Hoping it would have a similar theme.

Then all we need is an hour or two to tell the tale of a dreamer like you.

I dreamed that in the fields one day, the corn gave me a sign Your eleven sheaves of corn all turned and bowed to mine My sheaf was quite a sight to see, a golden sheaf and tall Yours technicolr green and second-rate and really rather small. Joseph, you must help me further; I have found a job for you You shall lead us through this crisis — you shall be my number two.

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For the famine has caught us unprepared Josehp are thin, we are ill, we are getting scared It’s enough to make anyone weep We are down to our very last sheep We will starve if we hang around here And in Egypt there’s food going spare They’ve got corn, they’ve got meat, they’ve got food and drinks And if we have the time we could see the Sphinx. Jacob, Jacob and sons. Letting out a mighty roar Potiphar burst through the door. A crash of drums, a flash of light My golden coat flew out of sight The colors faded into darkness I was left alone.

Thanks to the number of children he had. We’re so glad that you came our way We would have perished without you.

Joseph and his technicolor dreamcoat script

A king would stop and stare. I dreamed that in the fields one day The corn gave me a sign. Your name or email address: How I love my coat of many colors Ch: Can be told another way. And lilac and gold and chocolate.

Jacob was the founder of a whole new nation. You need to buy a licence from The Really Useful Company. One Dreamcoaf Angel in Heaven. And Joseph knew by this his brothers now were honest men The time had come at last to reunite them all again.

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The dreams of our dear brother are the decade’s biggest yawn His talk of stars and golden sheaves is just a load of corn Not only is he tactless but he’s also rather dim For there’s eleven of us and there’s only one of him. Your eleven sheaves of corn. I love this musical.

Joseph’s coat was elegant, the cut was fine The tasteful style was the ultimate in good design And this is why it caught the eye A king would stop and stare. Poor poor Pharaoh, what’cha gonna do?

Tell me of your dreams joseeph friends, and I will tell you what they show Though I cannot guarantee to get it right, I’ll have a go. Such a dazzling coat of many colors How he loved his coat of many colors. Grovel, grovel, cringe, bow, stoop, fall Worship, worship, beg, kneel, sponge, crawl.

Greatest technicolorr since Noah Only goes to shoah. But what makes us mad. The Biblical saga of Joseph and his coat of many colours comes to vibrant life in this delightful parable.

Could be a star! Does one exist or is the idea that we write our own words, in which case, has anyone written a script that they would share with a very grateful year 6 teacher?