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"What a Day in London" is a song sung by Pocahontas and the English people after she arrives in London.

LyricsEdit

Lampkeeper:
The sun comes up
the lamps go down
The day begins in London town

Father:
There's tea to brew

Mother:
And buns to bake

Mother & Father:
And some who just refuse to wake

Shopkeeper 1:
While shops are stocked and flocks are fed

Shopkeeper 2:
The midnight men drift home to bed

School Teacher:
School bells chime
And church bells ring

Kids:
Children whine

Peddler:
Peddlers sing

Chorus:
What a day in London
Come and see who's here
Everyone knows someone
They come from far and near
They bring their geese
Their finest fleece to please
The keenest eye
And hope and pray someone will say
There's something they might buy

Shopkeeper 3:
With pigs to slop
And fish to gut

Shopkeeper 4:
It ain't exactly heaven but

Begger:
We thank the Lord
And kiss the ground
For bed and board in
London town

Butler:
The upper crust lie fast asleep

Maid:
But some of us has got floors to sweep

Butler & Maid
One day's like the day before

Soldier 1:
Can't complain

Soldier 2:
If there's no war

All:
What a day in London
Everything’s for sale
Cabbages and onions

Man:
(Gasp) Lookup

Woman:
Who's that that girl up in the tree?

Old Man:
It's not a tree
It's moving...see

Woman 2:
Good Grief what can it be?

Man 2:
Look there, I swear
She's flying through the air

Woman 3:
She must be wild

Woman 2:
She's just a child

Woman 4:
I wish I had her hair!

Pocahontas:
My heart is pounding like a drum
I can't believe my eyes
In London people seem to come in every shape and size
So many paths I wonder how they find their way
So many signs I wonder what they really say
London is everything I've heard and more
London is nothing like I've seen before
Music and feathered hats
And roofs that shine with flags
Flyin higher than a pine

Man 4:
She seems so sweet
She means us well

Man 5:
Size 20 feet

Woman 5:
How can you tell?

Undertaker:
We'll rue this day you wait and see

William Shakespeare:
What is to be or not to be

Pocahontas:
How do they build their huts so tall
Can this be all one tribe?
The things they sell
The things I smell
I never could describe
These cakes taste just like berries picked this very day
The sound a river makes still takes my breath away
London's as busy as a hive of bees
Grandmother Willow would just love these trees
Crowded and loud but so exciting too,
With colors I never even knew

All:
What a day in London nothing strange at all

Kid:
'Cept a girl with
Someone maybe ten feet tall

Chorus:
This day's become a day
No one is likely to forget
A day we'll all remember
As the day two worlds have met

Man 1:
Such beauty's rare
I'm quite impressed!

Pocahontas:
London is everything I've heard and more

Woman 6:
One musn't stare
She's barely dressed!

Pocahontas:
London is nothing like I've seen before

Man 6:
The strength of ten that's what I heard

Woman 7:
She's won the men just take my word

Woman 8:
A brave young thing to venture here

Pocahontas:
Music and feathered hats and roofs that shine

Fortune Teller:
It will be an adventure

Pocahontas:
And flags flying higher

Puppet 1:
Perhaps some brew to quench your thirst?

Pocahontas:
Than a pine

Puppet 2:
Not with you, I saw her first!

All:
What a day in London
History was made
Take away the mystery
Then you're not afraid
We've seen a girl

Pocahontas:
I've seen a world

Crowd:
We never dreamed we'd see

Pocahontas:
I never dreamed I'd see

Pocahontas & Crowd:
What an extra special day
Unique in truly every way
How wonderful this London day turned out to be!

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