Our last summer. Mamma Mia! (2008)

Our Last Summer

Our last summer

The Winner Takes It All14. Meanwhile Sophie, the spirited bride, has a plan. Take A Chance On Me13. Made by movie fans, for movie fans. Lay All Your Love On Me6.

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Mamma Mia! (2008)

Our last summer

Ulvaeus found lyrical inspiration for this song in a memory of a romance he had during a visit to as a teenager. In this context, the three 'potential fathers' are telling Sophie about how they spent their last summer with Donna, her mother. When they finally came to use it in the musical Chess they hoped that no one would notice that part of it had already been used in Our Last Summer. The summer air was soft and warm The feeling right The Paris night Did it's best to please us And strolling down the Élysées We had a drink in each café And you You talked of politics, philosophy And I smiled like Mona Lisa We had our chance It was a fine and true romance I can still recall our last summer I still see it all Walks along the Seine Laughing in the rain Our last summer Memories that remain We made our way along the river And we sat down in the grass By the Eiffel tower I was so happy we had met It was the age of no regret Oh yes Those crazy years That was the time of the flower power But underneath we had a fear of flying Of getting old, a fear of slowly dying We took the chance Like we were dancing our last dance I can still recall our last summer I still see it all In the tourist jam 'Round the Notre Dame Our last summer Walking hand in hand Paris restaurants Our last summer Morning croissants Living for the day Worries far away Our last summer We could laugh and play And now you're working in a bank The family man, the football fan And your name is Harry How dull it seems Yet you're the hero of my dreams I can still recall our last summer I still see it all Walks along the Seine Laughing in the rain Our last summer Memories that remain I can still recall our last summer I still see it all In the tourist jam 'Round the Notre Dame Our last summer Walking hand in hand Paris restaurants Our last summer Morning croissants We were living for the day Worries far away Our last summer. I can still recall our last summer I still see it all Walks along the Seine, laughing in the rain Our last summer Memories that remain We made our way along the river And we sat down on the grass By the Eiffel Tower I was so happy we had met It was the age of no regret Oh yes Those crazy years, that was the time Of the flower power But underneath we had a fear of flying Of growing old, a fear of slowly dying We took a chance Like we were dancing our last dance I can still recall our last summer I still see it all In the tourist jam, round the Notre Dame Our last summer Walking hand in hand Paris restaurants Our last summer Morning croissants Living for the day, worries far away Our last summer We could laugh and play And now you're working in a bank The family man, a football fan And your name is Harry How dull it seems Yet you're the hero of my dreams I can still recall our last summer I still see it all Walks along the Seine, laughing in the rain Our last summer Memories that remain Get the embed code Mamma Mia - Mamma Mia Album Lyrics1. Recording for this track began on 4 June 1980 in Polar Music Studios.

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Our last summer

When All Is Said And DoneMamma Mia Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. It was written by and. She secretly invites three men from her mother's past in hope of meeting her real father and having him escort her down the aisle on her big day. . How Can I Resist You? Here you will find unforgettable moments, scenes, and lines from all your favorite films. This is just a preview! In the background of the to this song, during Lasse Wellander's guitar solo, part of the song, '' can be heard. The song features on lead vocals and her time in the studio during the recording is captured in a series of photographs taken by Anders Hanser.

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