Turn back, woman! (Is your seat comfortable sir?) Turn back, woman! (Mmm, I like that.) Turn back, woman! (Can you take it?) Forswear thy foolish ways. (See ya later; I'm going to the front of the theatre.)
Earth might be fair and all men glad and wise. Age after age their tragic empires rise. Built while they dream and in that dreaming weep. Would Man but wake from out his haunted sleep.
Turn back, woman... (I'll say it again.) Turn back, woman... (Can you see from where you're sitting?) Turn back, woman... (Hi, ya big boy.) Forswear thy foolish ways.
HOLYMAN: "Earth shall be fair and all her people one. Not till that hour shall God's whole will be done. Now, even now, once more from Earth to sky, peels forth in joy Man's old undaunted cry. Earth shall be fair and all her people one."
Come here, Issa. I got something to show ya!
Turn back, woman. Forswear thy foolish ways! Old now is Earth, and none may count her days. Yet thou, her child, whose head is crowned with flames, still will not hear thine inner-god proclaim. Turn back, woman! Turn back, woman! Turn back, woman! Forswear thy foolish ways!
Play it again, honey!
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