Album: The Witches Of Eastwick (2000)
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  • Sukie:

    Look at me; I'm where I started

    Jane:

    Look at me: its like I've just begun

    Alex:

    Look at me; I'm back at chapter one.

    All:

    Yet there's a change that I can see....
    look at me, confused but wiser.
    Look at me: afraid but not alone:
    scared to move, yet standing on my own.

    Alex:

    Inside the light begins to shine

    Sukie:

    "Make him mine!"

    Jane:

    So I said..

    Alex:

    "Make him mine!"

    Jane and Sukie:

    But now I see

    All:

    Everything I needed was there inside of me:
    blessed be. Forever with my sisters, perfectly in tune.

    Alex:

    Three minds and hearts

    Jane:

    Three practised arts

    Sukie:

    Made one

    All:

    By the blessings of the moon

    Alex:

    Look at me: I'm well worth seeing! A work of art beyond compare!

    Jane:

    Look at me; I am the music! A soaring tune upon the air!

    Sukie:

    Now I see the words were always there: look at me!

    All:

    And all the time I held the key:
    Look at me! I found the power.
    Look at me! In my life, I found the self:esteem.
    Look at me! In my heart, I found the answered dream,
    and in my soul I found the song, and in my friends
    I found the magic, the love,
    the moon up above: they were mine, all mine, all along..!

    Look at me! Look at me!

    Look at me...

    Alex:

    Janie? Were you just thinking about Darryl?

    Jane:

    No! I wasn't..

    Alex:

    Sukie!

    Sukie:

    No....absol....I prom...no.

    Jane and Sukie:

    Alex?

    Alex:

    No! I...well, look. There's no harm in dreaming. Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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