A Man Could Go Quite Mad

Album: The Mystery Of Edwin Drood (1985)
  • "A Man Could Go Quite Mad" is the second song from The Mystery Of Edwin Drood; after "There You Are" is sung by the company, it is performed John Jasper, a choirmaster, and the first character to be introduced by the Master of Ceremonies. Like the rest of the songs and the entire musical, it was written by Rupert Holmes. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Alexander Baron - London, England

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