BLANCHE
In the light of the virgin morning
I look out through a misty haze
The estate has an ancient beauty
Mother must appraise
As I stroll through the pinks and roses
As I savour the columbine
I am grateful for all he is
And what will one day all be mine
The perfect plan
If only I could love the man
But I'm not quite sure I can

JANE
In the light of the virgin morning
In the shade of the chestnut tree
If I leave this unhappy bliss
Where will my Eden be?
For I'll miss this enchanted garden
Watching leaves as they turn to brown

BLANCHE
We will sell the estate, of course
And we will move to town

JANE
This is my fateWhat more do I deserve?
I mustn't stay
What purpose would it serve?
He doesn't need meHis heart is blinded Where will I go?
What star will light my way?
This is my home, oh God above I pray
The rock of ages will show me mercyIn the light of the virgin morning

BLANCHE
We'll be admired and praisedI'll know what happiness is
When I am hisI'll be the star in his night
And I will shine
As a bride By his side

JANE
In the light of the virgin morningI am cursed in my hope of heaven
For I know I will always love him

BLANCHE
In the light of the virgin morningI am blessed in my hope of heaven
For I know I will come to love him


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