"One Hand, One Heart" as written by and Stephen Sondheim Leonard Bernstein....
TONY: (Spoken) I, Anton, take thee, Maria . . .
MARIA: (Spoken) I, Maria, take thee, Anton . . .
TONY: For richer, for poorer . . .
MARIA: In sickness and in health . . .

TONY: To love and to honor . . .
MARIA: To hold and to keep . . .
TONY: From each sun to each moon . . .
MARIA: From tomorrow to tomorrow . . .

TONY: From now to forever . . .
MARIA: Till death do us part.
TONY: With this ring, I thee wed.
MARIA: With this ring, I thee wed.

[Tony Sings]
Make of our hands one hand,
Make of our hearts one heart,
Make of our vows one last vow:
Only death will part us now.

[Maria]
Make of our lives one life,
Day after day, one life.

[Both]
Now it begins, now we start
One hand, one heart;
Even death won't part us now.
Make of our lives one life,

Day after day, one life.
Now it begins, now we start
One hand, one heart,
Even death won't part us now.


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"One Hand, One Heart" as written by Stephen Sondheim Leonard Bernstein

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