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Musik und Gesangstexte von JASON ROBERT BROWN


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PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

[1]
(script page 1)

TO BUILD A HOME
(2/3/14)
Music & Lyrics by
JASON ROBERT BROWN
(FRANCESCA appears from the darkness)

3
Chaconne, poco rubato, in 1 ( = 168)

& b bb 4
2 3 4

F
3
[Pno. TACET to 93]

? bb
4
b n
(Cello)

b
& bb
5 6 7 8

A
? bb


b A

b
& bb
9 10 11 12


? bb
b

bbb
rall. FRANCESCA:
&
13 14 15 16

There's a

b
& bb

? bb #
b # n n .

Copyright 2011 Jason Robert Brown


All rights controlled by Semolina Farfalle Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
International Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved.
PIANO/VOCAL 2 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)
[17] a tempo
b
& bb


18 19 20


boat that leaves from Na - po - li Eve - ry

b
& bb


? bb
(Cello / GtrI)


b n

b
& bb
21 22 23 24


Thurs - day in the morn - ing. And a

b
& bb

A
? bb


b A

b
& bb
25 26 27 28


nerv - ous bride can share a bed with her

b
& bb


? bb
b

bbb
rall.
&
29 30 31 32

.
sol - dier from the States. For a

b
& bb

? bb #
b # n n .
PIANO/VOCAL 3 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

bb
a tempo
& b

33 34 35 36


week, the o - cean car - ries them O - ver

b
& bb
(Viola)

? bb . .
b . .
pizz.

& b bb
37 38 39 40


lost and churn - ing wa - ter. And they

b
& bb


A
A

? bb . .
b .

b . . . . .
& b b .
41 42 43 44

land in New York Har - bor, Then to

b
& bb



Eb Ab
? bb .
b .

& bbb #
. n.
45 46 47 48

Penn - syl - va - nia Stat - ion, Where they

b
& bb #
n

n n
D 7/ G7
? bb
F#
b # . n .
PIANO/VOCAL 4 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

b
& bb n A
49 50 51 52


board a train that slic - es like a

b
& bb n n


C/ F mi
? bb
E
n . .
b n . .

,
bb
rall.
& b n .
53 54 55 56

n n
.
b
scythe through the of A -

& b b n.

n .
n
C/ G 7sus
? bb
G
. .
b . . . .

[57]
b
a tempo
: 63
& b b . j
58 64

.
mer - i - ca.

b
& bb b b


b
b
b
? bb b b


b b

b
& bb
65 66 67 68

b
& bb




? bb
b
PIANO/VOCAL 5 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

bb nnn
rall.
& b
69 70 71 72

This is

b nnn
& bb # # #
b

n
#

? bb # # # b
nnn
b # n

[73]a tempo
j j
& . .
74 75 76

Al - ba - ny. This is Buf - fa - lo. This is

& n

b


(+Gtrs)

? b
. . . .
-

& . .
77 78 79 80

Cleve - land. This is South Bend.

&

b

? b
. . . .
-
PIANO/VOCAL 6 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

& .
81 82 83 84

J
This is Chi - ca - go. This is

&

b

? b
. . . .
-

& . .
85 86 87 88

Os - ce - o - la Stat - ion. Where a

&

b

?
poco cresc.
b
. . . .
-
poco rall.
& .
89 90 91 92

J
truck will take them deep - er in to

&

b

? b
. . . .
-
[93]a tempo
& . . .
94 95 96

J
I - o - wa. To

&
[PLAY]


C -
? . .. .. .
.. ..
. .
PIANO/VOCAL 7 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

& . .
97 98 99 100


Win - ter - set. And

&





- -
? .. .. .
...
A m7
. . ..

&
101 102 103


three - hun - dred a - cres

&


.
F C/
? ..
E
. .. ...

rall.
&
104 105 106


wait - ing to be

.
&
.
D9 G 13
? .. # . n .
. .. .

[107]a tempo
& .
108 109 110

tamed.

&


?


PIANO/VOCAL 8 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)
Rit. U
& b
111 112 113 114


U
And

& - b
- .
U
? -
- . b
&

[115]Waltz, starting slowly, delicately (in 3)


&b
116 117 118



blade of grass, by blade of grass, And

&b
PF
&b . . . .

&b
119 120 121 122


ear of corn, by ear of corn, And

&b n n
C/
E
&b . .
. .

&b
123 124 125 126

bale of hay, by day by day, they

&b b









Bb/
D
&b . .
. .
PIANO/VOCAL 9 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

&b
127 128 129 130

.
build them - selves a home. And

&b


C/ C7
E
&b . .
? .
.

&b
131 132 133 134


day by day, and year by year, from

&b





F
?b . . .. .
. . .

&b
135 136 137 138


boy to man, from calf to steer, What's

&b
n n
C/
?b
E
. . . .
. .

&b
139 140 141 142

lost from there may not grow here, but

&b
b







Bb/
?b
D
. . . .
. .
PIANO/VOCAL 10 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

&b . .
143 144 145 146


comes the sun, Look

&b

? b .. ..
A m7
. .
. .

& b . . . .
147 148 149 150


what they've done: They've

&b

G m7
? b .. ..
. . . .

molto rit. Waltz (in 1) (. = 65)

&b . . . .
151 152 153 154 155 156


built them - selves a home.

&b
-
C 7sus
- - F C 7sus
?b . - .. . .. .
. -. . .
(Years begin passing, from 1948 to 1950 to 1951.)

&b
157 158 159 160


At

&b

F
? b .. .
C 7sus

. . .. .
. .
PIANO/VOCAL 11 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)
[161]
&b
162 163 164


twen - ty - one, a girl be - gins to

&b





F
?b . . .. .
. . .

&b j
165 166 167 168


grasp the world and how it spins. She

&b
n n
C/
?b
E
.. . .. .
. .

&b
169 170 171 172

grabs a box of safe - ty pins and

&b
b







Bb/
?b
D
. . . .
. .

&b
173 174 175 176

.
builds her - self a home. And

&b

C/ C7
?b
E
. . .
. . .
PIANO/VOCAL 12 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

&b
177 178 179 180


home is safe, and home is fair, The

& b . r . r . r . r

F
?b . . .. .
. . .

&b j j j
181 182 183 184

porch, the bath, the kitch - en chair, The

& b . r . r . r . r
n n
C/
?b
E
.. . .. .
. .

&b j
185 186 187 188


sharp and un - fa - mil - iar air that

& b . r . r . r . r

b


b


Bb/
?b
D
. . . .
. .

&b . .
189 190 191 192


blow by blow she

& b

? b .. ..
A m7
. .
. .
PIANO/VOCAL 13 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

&b . .

193 194 195 196


comes to know to

&b

G m7
?b .. ..
. . . .

&b . .
197 198 199 200


build her - self a

&b

C 7sus C7
?b .. . . ..
. .. .. .
(It is now 1965. Her husband BUD 45, her son MICHAEL, 16,
[201] and her daughter CAROLYN, 14. FRANCESCA is 38 now.)

&b . . . #
202 203 204

home. With a

&b n # n # n # n #
n # n # n # n #
f A 2 (+Gtrs)
?b . .
. . . . #
. . . .

&b n . . . n
205 206 207 208

son. And a

&b
n #
n #
n #
n #
n # n # n # n #
E/
?b
F#
# . # . #.
# . . . #
# . . . .
PIANO/VOCAL 14 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

& b n # . . n b
209 210 211 212

daugh - ter. And a

& b # # # # #
# # # #
# # # #
# # #

#.
C#2/
?b
E#
#. #. #.
# .. #.
# . . .
# . . . .
b N b b .
&b
213 214 215 216

mil - lion miles be - -


tween the

b . b. b .. .
& b nn .b b b . b


C mi
?b n . . . . b
n . . . .

. j
&b
217 218 219 220

she used to set, the

. n. n .. .
& b n .
G/
n
?b
C
. . . .
. . . .

.
&b
221 222 223 224

hearts she used to break, the

. . .. .
& b b .
G mi/
b
?b
C
. . . .
. . . .
PIANO/VOCAL 15 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

&b b b b . b
225 226 227 228

lies she used to tell, and the

. b. b .. .
& b b b b b . b

?b
G mi7(b5)/
b
C
. . . .
. . . .

poco rall.
& b . . .
229 230 231 232


wom - an she grew up to

& b .. .. .. ..

F/ C 7sus
? .
C
. . .
b
. . .
>

[233]A tempo (quasi 6/8-feel) (. = 68)


&b . . . .
234 235 236 237 238 239 240

be.

& b . . . . . . .
. . . . .
C
O
M
P Ah

V b . . .
A

. . . . . . . . .
N
Y

& b
n
n
. . . .
...
?b . . .
. . . . .. .. ..
. . . .
>
PIANO/VOCAL 16 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

& b . . . . . . . .
. . . .
241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248

.
C
O
M
P Ah

V b . . .
A

. . . . . .
. . . .
N
Y

& b b b
b

? b .. .
..
.
..
.
..
.
..
.
..
.
..
.

.

& b . . . . . . .
249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256

. . . . .
C
O
M
P Ah

V b . . .
A

. . . . . . . . .
N
Y

& b
n
n
?b . . . .
...
.
..
.
..
.
..
. . . .
. . . .
>
& b . . . . . . . . . . .
257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264

.
C
O
M
P Ah

V b . . . . . . .
A

. . . . .
N
Y

& b b b

b
? b .. .
..
.
..
.
.. ...
.
..
.
..
.

.
PIANO/VOCAL 17 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

b. b.
& b . . . . . . . . . . . .
265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272
C
O
M
P Ah
b. b.
V b . . . . . . . . . . .
A

.
N
Y

& b b b
b
?b . . . . .
.
.
.
.
.
.
.
. . . . . . . .
. . . .
>
b. b.
& b . . . . . . ... ...
273 274 275 276 277 278
C
O
M

.. ..
P Ah!

b. b.
V b . . . . .
A

.
N
Y

& b b b b b
b
b


b
b



b b b b
?b . . . . .
. . . . .. .
. .
. . . .
> V
PIANO/VOCAL 18 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

&b
279 280 281 282 283 284

C &b ... ... ... ... ... ...


O
M

.. .. .. .. .. ..
P

V b
A
N
Y

&b



. >.. >.. >.. > >
?b . . . .
. . >
. .

[285]Grand Waltz
&b
286 287 288


learn to speak, I learn to sew, I

&b j

F
? b .. .
..
. . .

&b
289 290 291 292


learn to let the long - ing go, The

&b j
n n
C/
?b
E
.. . .. .
. .
PIANO/VOCAL 19 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

&b j . j

293 294 295 296


trac - or wheel, a foot of snow, I

&b j
b b
Bb/
?b
D
. . . .
. . . .

&b .
297 298 299 300


F
build my - self a home. I

&b . . .
.
C
O
M

F
P Ah ah ah

V b .
A

. . .
N
Y


&b


C 7sus C7
?b .. . .
. .. ..
V
PIANO/VOCAL 20 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

&b
301 302 303 304


change my words, I change my name, The

&b . . .
(no breath)
C
O
M
P Ah...

V b . . .
A

(no breath)
N
Y


& b
J

F

?b . . . .
. . . .

&b
305 306 307 308


go dry. The horse goes lame, The

C &b . . .
O
M
P Ah...

V b . . .
A


N
Y


& b
n j n
C/
E

?b . . . .
. . . .
PIANO/VOCAL 21 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

&b j . .
309 310 311 312

coun - ty fair, the foot - ball game, For

&b . .
C
O .
M
P Ah

V b .
A
N
Y . .

b j
& b b
Bb/
?b D
. . . .
. . . .

& b . . . .
313 314 315 316


eight - een years, it

& b . . . .

A mi/
?b
C

. .
. .

&b . .

317 318 319 320


stays the same, For

& b . .

.

.

?b
C 7sus

. .
. .
PIANO/VOCAL 22 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

& b . . . .
321 322 323 324


eight - een years, I'm

& b . . . .

A mi/
?
C

b . .
. .

. .
&b
325 326 327 328

proud I came And

. . .. .
& b . . .


Bb/
?b
C

. .
. .

. . .
Rit.
&b
329 330 331 332

built my - self a

& b .. .. b .. b ..n

. .
F/ Dbmaj7/ C 7sus
C
?b
C
. . . .
. .
PIANO/VOCAL 23 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)
[333] a tempo
&b . . . .
334 335 336

f
home.

& b . . . . . . .
.
C
O
M

f
P Ah!

V b . .
A

. . . . .
.
N
Y

&b

?b . . .
. . . .
. . . .
>

&b . . . .
337 338 339 340

C
O
& b . . . . . n. . .
M
P Ah!

V b . . n.
A

. . . . .
N
Y

&b
n
n

? b .. .
..
.
..
.
..
.
PIANO/VOCAL 24 #1 - To Build A Home (2/3/14)

&b . . . .
341 342 343 344
Rit.

b . ..
C & b . b. . A. b .. .
O
M
P Ah Ah!

b .. b ...
V b . A.
A

b. .
N
Y

&b b b
b b
b b

? b .. .
..
.
..
.
..
.

U
&b
345 346

U
C
O
&b
M

U
P

V b
A
N
Y

U>.. U
^
&b .
.
U
F
>.. U
?b ^
. APPLAUSE SEGUE
.
PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

[2]
(script page 3)

HOME BEFORE YOU


KNOW IT JASON ROBERT
Music & Lyrics by
BROWN (12/9/13)
(Applause Segue)

4
BUD: (bangs on CAROLYN's door) Carolyn! We are ready to go.
####
Driving ( = 110)

& 4
2 3 4

(slap body

4 r
of guitar!)

? ####
4 # >

f E5 P
? #### 4 j >
4
(foot)

BUD (con't): (bangs again) Your steer is in his trailer and its all hooked up. CAROLYN: I'm not going!
Youre welcome. But we have to be at the fairgrounds in Indianapolis by 8, FRANCESCA: What is Carolyn
upset about?

# # # #5
which means we have to leave NOW.

.. ..
VAMP

&
6 7 8

w
? # # # # K www wwww .. ww ..
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Copyright 2011 Jason Robert Brown


All rights controlled by Semolina Farfalle Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
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PIANO/VOCAL 2 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)

####
[9] BUD:

& . r j

10 11


Fran, you know the drill. Now, look, if an - y - thing goes wrongI know you
####
& ww ww
w www w
P B2 /D#
? ####
(Gtrs - comp)
C#m7 E
j j j

# # # #12 .
& r
13


####
think it nev - er will, But if it does, They know next door

& www ww
w
? #### r
A2 C#m7
. j
-

( )
# # # #14
FRANCESCA: Did you and Carolyn have a fight?

j
BUD:
& .

####
Youre here a - lone. Now

& ..
www . ..
.
>
.
B 2/
? #### j
A2

D#
j R
R
( ) loco

# # # # 17
& j j . .

18 19

####
Fran, youre free and clear, We got the fenc - es al - read - y, So while

& ww ww
w www w
B 2/
? ####
C#m7 D# E
j j j

PIANO/VOCAL 3 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)

# # # #20
&
21


####
were out with the steer, You should be And if youre not,

& www ww
w
? #### r
A2 C#m7

- . j

( )
####
MICHAEL: (running by) Oh, I want that shirt!

j .
BUD:

FRANCESCA: That's Carolyn's!
&
22

R
####
Pick up the phone. You know theres room

&
www ... .. j
.
B 2/
j
B sus
? ####
A2 /A
.
D#
j
R
( ) loco

#### .
[25]
&
. .
26

####
for you to come, Al - though, I take it back, theres not. We got the cow,

& j
..
.
F F#mi7( 4) E/
? #### G# A2

. .
.
J
# # # #27
& j
28 3

####
we got the kids, And then the tent, which I for - got. We bet - ter

& j
..
.
E/
? ####
F#mi7( 4) G# A2

. .
.
J
PIANO/VOCAL 4 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)

# # # #29 .
&
30

####
get out on the road Be - fore the trail - er gets too hot, But well be

&

E/ A/
? ####
F#mi7( 4) G# A2 B
. . . .

#### .
[31]
& . . . .
J
32

j
####
home be - fore you know it. Well be

& j ...
.. ..
. B/ .
E A/ J
? ####
E E
.
. .
J J
# # # #33 . . . j
& J
34

####
home be - fore you no-tice that were gone. Three days

& j
..
. B / ..
E A/ J
? ####
E E
. .
. .
J J
# # # #35 .
&
36

is - nt ver - y long, And so if an - y - thing goes wrong, Just hold on

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PIANO/VOCAL 5 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)

# # # #37 . . r . n
&
38

J J

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tight The ends in sight And well be home.

j ^j
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F#mi7( 4) B 7sus

.
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FRANCESCA: Tell me what you said to Carolyn.
BUD: I didn't say anything.
FRANCESCA: Im sure shes just nervous.
BUD: Shes won both the state and the region with
this steer. Whats she got to be nervous about? FRANCESCA: Shes nervous because

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[39] this is the Nationals.

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BUD:
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Wait. Fran... What? I do not think so,

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MICHAEL:
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Dad... Give me the keys! Im gon - na drive. Last year, you said when I was

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PIANO/VOCAL 6 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)

# # # # 44
&
45

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Mi - chael. Right now I am talk-ing to your moth-er!


&
six - teen, I could drive..And Im six - teen! You gon-na go back on your word?

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Mi - chael, get the lunch. What did I say?

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Come on! I drive bet - ter n you! I tell you now I wont be

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BUD: Jesus! CAROLYN: Yes you are! 3
&
49

Go get the lunch! I got - ta

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(yelling upstairs to CAROLYN)

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squeez - in in the mid - dle. Im not squeez - in in themid-dle!

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loco
PIANO/VOCAL 7 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)

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[50]
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51


move it out right now, I don't have time to sit and wait. We get a worse

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How 'bout I just drive the last mile?

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F#mi7( 4) G# A2

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53

spot in the stall For eve - ry min - ute that were late And I can

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So we come in that fair in

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see by how youre look-in That you think its real - ly great That well be

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style?

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. . . .
PIANO/VOCAL 8 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)

#### .
[56]
& . . . .
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57

home be - fore you know it. Well be

#### .
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Oh! I can't be - lieve this.

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home and then I wont do this a - gain. Yeah sure, youre

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61

&
laugh - in at me now, When I got two kids and a cow I got - ta show.

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PIANO/VOCAL 9 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)

# # # #62
&
63

J J

####
We got - ta go! Then well be home.

j ^j
& .. ?
.
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F#mi7( 4) B 7sus

.

.
J
BUD: Carolyn!
MICHAEL: Ill be in the truck.
CAROLYN: Im not going!
BUD: Then were going without you!
MICHAEL: You cant do that. Stevie is her steer.
BUD: I dont care if hes her steer. Well change the name on the registration.
Say she got sick. Im not kidding. I wont put up with this.
(BUD and MICHAEL leave)
FRANCESCA: Sweetheart, its Mom.

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[64]
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VAMP

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[66] Slower, freely ( = 84)
4 4 4
CAROLYN:

3
&
67

3 4 3
Why does he have to be a jerk?
n n U.
[Pno. TACET to m. 83]

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F p
3 3 3

3 4 3
A m/ (Strings)
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4
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PIANO/VOCAL 10 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)

FRANCESCA: Im sorry you got upset with Dad, but youve worked so hard with Stevie. All you have to do is go to

3
Indianapolis... so he can win Steer of the Year.
#### : 73
& 4
68 69

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CAROLYN:

3 3
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75

4
U Why do you have to sound like him? Why do you have to say what he

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FRANCESCA: Carolyn. This could be your

# # # # 76 j :381 U
college education right here. ten.
CAROLYN:

4
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&
82

3
says? You dont care a-bout the farm. You should have made him stay in

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PIANO/VOCAL 11 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)

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[83] Simple, steady
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It - a - ly. Then I could be I - tal - ian And you would be

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hap - py And I would - nt have to mar - ry a farm - er.

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FRANCESCA: You dont have to marry a farmer. This is 1965.
You could go to college in Italy, live with Aunt

3 U
Chiara and find somebody there.

&4
3

87 88

3
No - bod - y asks me what I want.
U.
? n b b
4 .
3 3 3

3
F m/ (Strings)
C U
?
4
3
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(Pno)
PIANO/VOCAL 12 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)

BUD: Carolyn!
CAROLYN: Why would I go live with Aunt Chiara? Dad says shes a slut.
Ti amo, Mama. (then to BUD, screaming) Coming!
(BUD steps back in door.)
FRANCESCA: Good luck.
BUD: (To FRANCESCA, awkwardly) Youll be OK, here, right?

&
89 90 91

(Strings)
U.
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3
.
3 3

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3

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3 3

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3
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U 4
FRANCESCA: [93] Freely (colla voce)

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P I've got a book
4
I want to read, I got new rec - i - pes to try. Or I might
U
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(Pno)
D m7 C/ F2
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4

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95 96


just spend three days sit - ting here and star - ing at the sky. But I cant

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D m7 C 2/ F2
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PIANO/VOCAL 13 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)

j , r 3
rall.
& . . 4
97 98

3
get out of this kitch - en 'til you - nally say good - bye. And youll be

& 4
3
D m7 C 2/ F2 F/
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4

3
[99] Chaconne (a la Opening)
j
BUD: OK then, well see you Thursday.

&4 . .
100 101 102

3
home be - fore I know it.

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4

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(Safety)

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4

103 104 105


Youll be home be - fore I no - tice that youre

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.
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C G/ F/
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BUD: Well call from the road.


All right, here we go! (goes out the door.)

.. .. . j
(Safety)

&
107 108 109 110 111


gone. Youll be home be - fore I

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PIANO/VOCAL 14 #2 - Home Before You Know It (12/9/13)
(We hear the truck door shut and the sound of the truck pulling out of the driveway.)

& bbb
112 113 114 115

know it.

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F

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g

[116] (FRANCESCA begins to relax...)

bbb
Rit.
&
117 118 119

bbb
(Vla)
& b
b
n
F
? bb . . . .
b

bb b120
&

b U
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ggg n ...
(PLAY) gg U
g
? b b gggg .
b gg
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(TIME)
PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

[3]
(script page 11)

TEMPORARILY LOST
(2/13/14)
ROBERT: Thanks. Thats great. Thank you. Music & Lyrics by
FRANCESCA: JASON ROBERT BROWN
(They shake hands MUSIC GO)
ROBERT:

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(They walk to the truck)
> > >
In 3 ( = 90)
& 4
A B C

(Shaker)

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(Strings)

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n

3
(Gtrs - soli)

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&
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FRANCESCA: Where are you from, Mr. Kincaid? You sound like you might be southern.
ROBERT: I was born in Texas, but I live in Seattle now. I'm sorry this truck is such a mess.
Long trip like this I kind of live in it, so she gets real...
FRANCESCA: You just drove halfway across the country?

# # # # > > > 2


[1] sim.

&
3 4

(Shaker)

####
&
n n
(Gtrs) P
? ####




Copyright 2012 Jason Robert Brown
All rights controlled by Semolina Farfalle Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
International Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved.
PIANO/VOCAL 2 #3 - Temporarily Lost (2/13/14)
ROBERT: (last X)

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[5]
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(conversationally)

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I left eight a - go Wash - ing - ton. Got a there on the

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Took Route 2 east out of Spo - kane.

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3
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this shes a- Went through Kal-i-spell North Da -

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3 3
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15 16


ko - Hit Min - ne - so - ta on the way.

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PIANO/VOCAL 3 #3 - Temporarily Lost (2/13/14)

# # # #17
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18 19

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Went a - Lake Su - pe - ri - or Hit Des Moines ear - li - er to -

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# # # #20
[21]
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22 23


look - ing for - thing

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At - ry that I

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29 30 31

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- you feel Like - un -

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PIANO/VOCAL 4 #3 - Temporarily Lost (2/13/14)

# # # #32
3

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33 34


real When youre - po - rar - i - ly lost.

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A m/
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.

Stronger groove FRANCESCA: (indicating the direction)

# # # # 35 . j
Right, go right. Im sorry.

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(Gtr1)


n
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[39] ROBERT:

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You your - a - 'ra. you al - - ap -

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PIANO/VOCAL 5 #3 - Temporarily Lost (2/13/14)

# # # # 42
3

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3

43 44


pear. You see a wat - er - fall in - e-

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3

&
3

46 47

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You start to won- why we're here. got- ta it with your -

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3
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49 50


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feel the way the wa - ter

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sim.

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PIANO/VOCAL 6 #3 - Temporarily Lost (2/13/14)

# # # # 51
3


3
& a
52 53


Un - til you - ure out the - ing. At least I think that's how it goes.
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#
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E 9sus
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# # # #54
(Strings) [55]
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56



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So look - ing for

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58 59


- who

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# # # #60
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61 62 (Strings)


.
- on the You

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PIANO/VOCAL 7 #3 - Temporarily Lost (2/13/14)
.
# # # #63 n n . .
& #
64 65

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it - 'ry You think you're on your
n .. b n
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n .. n ..
J J J
B m/ Bbm/
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3

& . # n . n
67 68


then you're - po - rar - il - y lost.

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FRANCESCA: There it is, just around the curve. Roseman Bridge.

& . j
69 70 69A 70A

##
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P
. r r . r
? #### . r
E9 E 9sus
. . . . .
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PIANO/VOCAL 8 #3 - Temporarily Lost (2/13/14)

# # # #71 n . n . . #. . . j
& # .
72 73 74

# # # # n .... .. b .. ..
it to The way you the key Is to

&
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B m/ (Gtrs comp lightly) Bbm/

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3

& .
76 77 78

U.
- po - rar - i - ly lost.

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A m/
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# # # #79
Dictated (They have arrived at the bridge.)
n
&
80 81

#### o
(sounds)

ggg .
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(Gtrs. only)

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(SHORT TIME)
PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

[4]
(script page 13)
WHAT DO YOU CALL
A MAN LIKE THAT?
(2/3/14)
ROBERT: I know I said five minutes, but it could be more like ten.
Music & Lyrics by
FRANCESCA: Take your time. JASON ROBERT BROWN
ROBERT: Then Ill drive you back home.

3
(She watches him as he approaches and examines the bridge.)
b
Quasi-minuetto
&bb 4
2 3 4

b 3
&bb 4 . . .
F
3
Cm G 7/ G 7/
B Cm Cm B Cm
& bbb 4 . .. . ..
n n

b
(At some point, she finds a pad of paper and a pencil and begins to sketch.)

&bb
5 6 7 8

b n .
&bb
Eb/ Bb7 Eb/ B0 Cm
bbb
Bb Bb
?
& ..
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[9]
bbb
FRANCESCA:

&
10 11 12

.
What do you call a man like that?
b
& bb .. ..
P Cm Ab/
? bb . .. .
C
b . .
(+Cello)
Copyright 2012 Jason Robert Brown
All rights controlled by Semolina Farfalle Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
International Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved.
PIANO/VOCAL 2 #4 - What Do You Call A Man Like That
(2/3/14)
b j
& bb .
13 14 15 16


How do you e - ven try to give it a

b
& bb ..
Bb/ Eb

Cm
? bb . .
(+Strgs) D
b . . .

b j
& bb .

17 18 19 20

.
name, A clas - si - -

b
& bb
n
Ab6
? bb
G 7(#5) G7

b . . . . &

b
&bb
21 22 23 24

.
ca - tion?

b bb .
& . .
F Cm G 7/
B Cm Cm G 7/
B Cm
b
&bb . .. . ..
?
n n
[25]
b
& bb
26 27 28

.
What do you call a man like that?
b
& bb
P Cm j Ab/ j j
? bb . j C

b . . .
PIANO/VOCAL 3 #4 - What Do You Call A Man Like That
(2/3/14)
b j
& bb .
29 30 31 32



Some - thing from days gone by, A kind of a

b
& bb j

j

j

j Bb/ j Eb j
D .
Cm
? bb . . . .
b

b
& bb . j . .
33 34 35 36


.
wind blown from the past.

b j .
& bb
. .
n n
) n n
Ab2
? b
F 7(#11

bb . . . .
[39]
& bbb .
j

37 38 40


But where do you it? From what

b b . .
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n n

n n
Ab2
? bb .
b . . .

b b b41 b b
&
42 43 44


time or place or fair - y - tale Comes

b
& b b b
b
b . .
b

Eb/

F mi7(b5)
? bb b b
G

b . . . .
PIANO/VOCAL 4 #4 - What Do You Call A Man Like That
(2/3/14)
b
& bb b b b
45 46 47 48

b
some - one so ri - di - cu - lous, So

b
& bb b b
b b . b b . b
b

Gb/

Abmi( 2)
? bb . b
Bb
. b
b . .

b
& bb . . .
49 50 51 52


ear - nest, So

b
& bb .
. b b
.
b b n # . n #

? bb b .
Cb2 (no 3)
b b
G 7(b5)
b b . . . &

[53] (ROBERT returns from the bridge, gets in the truck.) ROBERT: There we go. All done. You ready.
b
&bb .
54 55 56

b
strong?

&bb . . .
F Cm G 7/ G 7/
B Cm Cm B Cm
bb b . .
& .. ..
n n
PIANO/VOCAL 5 #4 - What Do You Call A Man Like That
(2/3/14)
(he indicates he needs one more minute.) ROBERT: Just give me one second.
b 65
: rall.
&bb
66 67 68

b
&bb n n n

G7 n
Abmaj7 D mi7(b5)
F mi7
b
&bb ? .

. . -
a tempo
[69]FRANCESCA:
bbb
(to herself)

&
70 71 72

.
b . >
What do you call a man like this?

& b b .. .. ... ..
.
.
F Cm Ab/
? b
C

bb
. . . .

b
& bb
73 74 75 76



How to de - scribe his hands, So tense and so

b .. ...
& bb ...
.
Cm Bb/ Eb

D
? bb
b .
. .
PIANO/VOCAL 6 #4 - What Do You Call A Man Like That

b
(2/3/14)

& bb j b b
.
77 78 79 80


.
eas - y, So con - trolled but un - pre -

& bbb
b - b -
- - - - - -
-- -- - - - F mi7(b5) - - - - -

Ab2
? bb
b . . . .

b b b
& bb
81 82 83 84


dic - ta - ble The tor - na - do of his
b
& bb
b - b -
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Eb/ - - - - - Abm - - - - -
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G
- ()
b . . .

-
b
[85]
bbb . . .
&
86 87 88

b - - - - - -
- -
- - -
eyes Shin - ing

& bb b
b b
b b
b b
b
f Cb - - - - - - - - - -
b b Cbmaj7/

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bBb b
bb . . .
b . . . .
>
b
& bb b . . . b
89 90 91 92

b b b - - - -
b - - - -

-
- -

-

bright, Find - ing

& b b
b b
b
- - - - - - - - - -
b b b
b b
Abm Cbmaj7/
? bb bGb
b . . b . .
. . b . .
PIANO/VOCAL 7 #4 - What Do You Call A Man Like That
(2/3/14)
b
& bb . . . .
93 94 95 96

light

b
& b b . b . . .
b b b
P Db

Db/
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/

G
bb . b b . .
.

b 97
rall.
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PIANO/VOCAL 8 #4 - What Do You Call A Man Like That
(2/3/14)
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PIANO/VOCAL 9 #4 - What Do You Call A Man Like That
(2/3/14)
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(TIME)
PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY
(script page 14)
Kitchen Transition #1
(12/9/13)
[4A]
Music & Lyrics by
ROBERT: I should get going.
FRANCESCA: I know, but aren't you hot? And the tea is already made.
JASON ROBERT BROWN
ROBERT: All right, then. (MUSIC GO)

ROBERT: But I need to keep my film as cool as I can. You dont have any extra ice, do you?

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FRANCESCA: You can put your film in the fridge if you want. I read that photographers have to do that sometimes.

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ROBERT: Ill just fill the cooler with ice. Thank you, though. (He gets his cooler and follows her into the house.)

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FRANCESCA: OK. Come on in. (INSIDE THE HOUSE.)

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.
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(Vibes)
(LONG TIME)
Copyright 2013 Jason Robert Brown
All rights controlled by Semolina Farfalle Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
International Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved.
PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

[5]
(script page 19)

YOU'RE NEVER ALONE


(1/20/14)
Music & Lyrics by
FRANCESCA: Buds what everybodys called him since he was a boy.
ROBERT: So (MUSIC GO) "Bud" told you when you met JASON ROBERT BROWN
FRANCESCA: He said, there are a lot of things you wont find in Iowa.
But care is not one of them. The people care about each
other here. Like last year at the end of the harvest, Bob Hansen
got hurt and had to go to the hospital, so early the next morning, Bud...

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( )
Copyright 2012 Jason Robert Brown
All rights controlled by Semolina Farfalle Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
International Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved.
PIANO/VOCAL 2 #5 - You're Never Alone (1/20/14)

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[67] (BUD leaves the stage. ROBERT and FRANCESCA are alone.)

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(LONG TIME)
PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

[6]
(script page 25)

ANOTHER LIFE
(12/9/13)
Music & Lyrics by
JASON ROBERT BROWN
FRANCESCA: I didnt mean to pry.
ROBERT: I keep to myself, thats all.
(then realizing shes looking at him)
But I dont want to be rude. So. Ask away.
(MUSIC GO)
FRANCESCA: (Appreciates his willingness) Skin these carrots.
Was your ex-wife a photographer too?
ROBERT: No, she was a waitress

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(ROBERT:) who wanted to be a singer, or some kind of something else.


She was young though, so...who knows what she is now. (MARIAN appears.)
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Copyright 2012 Jason Robert Brown


All rights controlled by Semolina Farfalle Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
International Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved.
PIANO/VOCAL 2 #6 - Another Life (12/9/13)
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(FRANCESCA drops something and they both bend down to pick it up.

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so much I still won - der, Did he

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need me? Did he know? Love is

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o - pen, love is eas - y: That was

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PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

[7]
(script page 29)

WONDERING
(12/9/13)
Music & Lyrics by
ROBERT: ... I don't remember the last time anybody cooked for me. JASON ROBERT BROWN
And I was thinking maybe if you kept that brandy at the front of the
cupboard, or even out on the counter, you might get a little more
enjoyment out of it.
FRANCESCA: Ill try that. Goodnight. Take care. (MUSIC GO)

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Moderato ( = 118)
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(ROBERT walks away.)

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A lit - tle twinge, A lit - tle shock, A lit - tle whis - per at the
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?#

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All rights controlled by Semolina Farfalle Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
International Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved.
PIANO/VOCAL 2 #7 - Wondering (12/9/13)

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bot - tom of your mem - ory. A sud - den wind, A gen - tle knock,
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And then a rus - tle in the leaves.
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noth - ings at the win - dow. But youre

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PIANO/VOCAL 3 #7 - Wondering (12/9/13)
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won - der - ing. Youre won - der - ing. Youre


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FRANCESCA: (looking out the kitchen window)

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hap - pen. Noth - ings gon-na hap - pen.


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PIANO/VOCAL 4 #7 - Wondering (12/9/13)

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be - fore the morn - ing. But youre

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PIANO/VOCAL 5 #7 - Wondering (12/9/13)
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PIANO/VOCAL 6 #7 - Wondering (12/9/13)

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climbs the stair, The sha - dow in her light? But eve - ry - thing you
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know is true And eve - ry - thing you want to do And eve - ry-thing that
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makes you you Col - lides a - gainst


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PIANO/VOCAL 8 #7 - Wondering (12/9/13)

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won - der - ing if its true. Noth - ings gon - na

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PIANO/VOCAL 9 #7 - Wondering (12/9/13)

(FRANCESCA sits in the swing as ROBERT switches off the light in his room. BUD calls again.
He appears in his motel room, the kids are now asleep.)
FRANCESCA: Johnsons.
BUD: There you are! I called ten minutes ago and you didnt answer.
FRANCESCA: I think I was asleep in the swing.
BUD: You sound different. Is everything OK?
FRANCESCA: Well. I did have a little glass of that brandy I bought for an anniversary, I think. Long time ago.
BUD: The anniversary where Michael's girlfriend fell in the lake.
FRANCESCA: Michael was very brave going in after her the way he did.
BUD: I'm not sure we ever got the complete story on that one.
FRANCESCA: It's a beautiful night here. There are thousands of stars out tonight.
BUD: I wish I were there with you. Did Marge come over, or Charlie and Marge? What made you think of the brandy?
FRANCESCA: No, I was by myself. I guess I just thought it had been up there long enough.
BUD: OK. Now don't sleep in the swing. Go get in the bed.
FRANCESCA: Goodnight.

[99]
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ATTACCA
PIANO/VOCAL BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

[8]
(script page 37)

LOOK AT ME
(2/3/14)
Music & Lyrics by
(DAWN.) JASON ROBERT BROWN
Driving (. = 68)

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(+Gtr2 - downbeat power-chords)
V

Copyright 2011 Jason Robert Brown


All rights controlled by Semolina Farfalle Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
International Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved.
PIANO/VOCAL 2 #8 - Look At Me (2/3/14)

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PIANO/VOCAL 3 #8 - Look At Me (2/3/14)

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breeze starts to blow and then what do you know? Some-thing's dif - ferent, I can't quite ex - plain.

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PIANO/VOCAL 5 #8 - Look At Me (2/3/14)

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PIANO/VOCAL 6 #8 - Look At Me (2/3/14)

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looked at me. And it was - n't the look I ex - pect - ed. No, he

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could that be?

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PIANO/VOCAL 8 #8 - Look At Me (2/3/14)

6
: [81] (taking pictures of the bridge)
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(At the bridge.) ROBERT:

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6 P
COMPANY: Has she stood in this
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PIANO/VOCAL 9 #8 - Look At Me (2/3/14)

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bridge? With her hair blow - ing in this breeze

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PIANO/VOCAL 10 #8 - Look At Me (2/3/14)

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light, I am look - ing for the light, I am look-ing for

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PIANO/VOCAL 11 #8 - Look At Me (2/3/14)
(IN THE TOWN.)
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start to for - get what I look like and yet All it takes is one sec - ond one
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PIANO/VOCAL 12 #8 - Look At Me (2/3/14)

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PIANO/VOCAL 13 #8 - Look At Me (2/3/14)

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b b . . . . . .

bb b . . . . .
& bb .
136 137 138

J
b - ..

like there's some - thing to say.

Sud -

b b ggg b b ..
b
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b b .. . n . ...
.

j j j j j j
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AbMA9
bb . .
. . . .

bb j
& bb b . . .
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.
139 140 141

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bb b b b ... .
- den - ly, In this min - ute, I'm not get -ting old - er.

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Gb/
j j j j F mi/
j j
? bb b b b
Ab

Ab
b . . . . . .

b
(big breath!)

& b bb . . . b b b.
142 143 144

.
b bb ...
Please just look at me And then please walk a -

b
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.
b b ...
.
b b ..
j j j j
Fb/
b .
Ab
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b . . . . .
PIANO/VOCAL 14 #8 - Look At Me (2/3/14)

[145]
bbbb . . n . .
& J
146 147 148

way.

bb n n
& bb n n

? bb b . . . . . . . .
b

bb b . . . . .
& bb J
149 150 151 152

J
Dont of - fer your

b
& b bb b b b
b

? bb b . . . . . . . .
b

b
& b bb . . . . .
153 154 155 156

J
hand. Don't reach for my

. . . .. .
bb b b . j. . n . n
(Gtrs - 8ves)

& n n

? b b b .. . .. . .. . .. .
b . . . .
PIANO/VOCAL 15 #8 - Look At Me (2/3/14)

b
& b bb . .
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157 158 159 160

J J
waist. Don't lean toward
j . . . . . . . . .
bb . b . .
& bb b b b

? b b b .. . .. . .. . .. .
b . . . .

b
Molto rit.
& b b b J . .
161 162 163 164


my lips. Just Please

b. . .
j . . . .
b .
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b . b . b b
b b
b b
b b

? b b b .. . .. . .. . .. .
b . . . .

U
[165] A tempo (She is at the bridge.)
b
& b bb . . . . . . . .
166 167 168 169 170

U
Look at me.

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bb
PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

[9]
(script page 35)

THE WORLD INSIDE


A FRAME JASON ROBERT
Music & Lyrics by
BROWN (2/17/14)

ROBERT: ...Said her mother told her you should never go into a cave with a
Hidden Person, so no room for me.
(He waits, with his camera just below his eye.)
FRANCESCA: Have you been working all day?
ROBERT: Not really. Ive mainly been waiting. (MUSIC GO)
FRANCESCA: For what?

Lightly, in 1 (. = 68)
3
ROBERT:
? ###
(last x)

4 .. ..
n

(Gtr1)

n
2 3

. &

3
It starts with the light.

? ###
4 .. ..
n n n

P
3
(Gtr2) E m/ [Pno. TACET to m. 30]
? ###
VAMP
A
4 . .
..
.
..

###
[4]
&
5 6 7 4

It's like you

? ### n

n

n

n

(+Strings)

? ###
. . . .
V

Copyright 2011 Jason Robert Brown


All rights controlled by Semolina Farfalle Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
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PIANO/VOCAL 2 #9 - The World Inside A Frame (2/17/14)

###

8


4 4
& n
4

9 10 11


would - n't e - ven know which way to look Un - til the sun showed you a

? ### n

n

n n

? ###
. . . .

# # # 12 n j
& n
13 14 15



line, Showed you a

? ###
n

n

n

n

E m/
? ###
F# (+Vibes)

. . . .

# # # 16
& n n j
17 18 19


cor - ner, Built you a

? ###
n

n

n

n

? ###
. . . .

# # # 20 j
& . j .
21 22 23


frame. And once there's a

? ###


(+Strings) B 7sus
? ### .
. . .
PIANO/VOCAL 3 #9 - The World Inside A Frame (2/17/14)

# # # 24
&
25 26 27


frame, Then you can

? ###


? ### . . . .

# # # 28 .
&
29 30 31

>. ..
... ..
see.

? ###

&

P
[PLAY R.H. only]
E sus
? ###
. . . .

ROBERT: (He walks to her, points at the bridge.) See?

# # # 32. .. n n
n 4
(He puts the camera in front of her.) Now: See?

& . 4
..
(Safety)

## .. .. n n
n 4
& # .. 4
? # # # .. .. n n n 4
.
4
V
PIANO/VOCAL 4 #9 - The World Inside A Frame (2/17/14)

4 2
[33] Broadly (freely)
# n
&4 # # # 4
34

#
4 2
See the world! Here's the world through a

4 4
# n
& # ## # # # ## #
#
F
?4 2
# #
[Pno. TACET]
n
4 4
# n # n n #
#

2 U ### 3
rall.

&4 # C j #. j
#
# 4
35 36 37


2 C gg U ### 3
small, small win - dow. You thought it was a

&4 n #n # ww ww 4
gg # w w
ggg [PLAY] U
?2 C gggggg www ww ### 3
4 #

w 4

### 3
[38] Tempo I
& 4 # #
39 40 41

bridge, You thought it was the

. . .
### 3 #
& 4 # . . .
P E /F#
? ## # 3
4.
a

(Gtr1)

. . .

# # # 42#
& # # #
43 44 45

wa - ter, You thought it was the

. . .
### #
& . . .
#
G#
E/
? ###
. . . .
PIANO/VOCAL 5 #9 - The World Inside A Frame (2/17/14)

# # # 46 . . . #
&
47 48 49

sky... It's the

n
### n .
& n
?
n .
E m/
? ###
A
n
. . . .

# # # 50 . . .
&
51 52 53

world, in - side a

? ### n .. n ..

? ###
. . . .

### .
[54]
&
55 56 57


frame. And you

? ### n .. .. ..

E m/
? ###
F#
n
.

. . .

# # # 58
& n
59 60 61



wait. And you

? ###
n

n

n

n

? ###
[Pno. TACET]

. . . .
PIANO/VOCAL 6 #9 - The World Inside A Frame (2/17/14)

# # # 62
& n
63 64 65



wait. And you

? ###
n

n

n

n

? ###
. . . .

# # # 66 7
& n 8
67 68 69


7
wait. And you...

? ### n
8
n n n
&

? ### 7
. . . . 8

### 7
[70]
J
Excitedly

8
4 4

& J
71

### 7
Right there, some - thing shift - ed! Some - thing... That tree threw a shad - ow! Did you?

& 8






f
[PLAY]

7
A2 /C# A2 /C#
? ###
E
8
D2 E D2
. ..
.. .

..


# # # 72 J .
(clicking the shutter)

& J J J
73

R
###
There! There! There! It's like

& .. .. .. ..
. . . .
/C# /C#
? ###
D 2/ E 2/ A2 D 2/ E 2/ A2
F# G# F# G#
. . . .
. .
. .
PIANO/VOCAL 7 #9 - The World Inside A Frame (2/17/14)

# # # 74 . 4 6
& 4 . . 8
4 75

### 4 6
all you did-n't know that you were wait - ing for Is just out - side the

&



4 8

4 6
D A/ D 2/ E/
? ###
C# B m7 A A /C#
4 8
F# G#
. .
. . .
. . . . . .

### 6
[76]
b . b b bbbb
& 8 . . J
77 78 79

### 6
frame, And it can change The way you

& 8 bbbb
(+Strings)

. .
. .
n n .. .. b bn n b b bn n b .. ..
6
A/ A/ G Eb/
? ###
G G Db2 Db2 Eb/ Db
8 bbbb
G G Db Db
n n j j j
b b
n. . n. . b. . b. .
bb b80 . . 9 . . 4
& b 8 4
81 82

.... . .... .
.
... > > >
see...

b b ... . .. . ... . . . 9 . 4
b
& b . .
..
. . . . 8 . . 4
9 4
F m/ Eb/ F m/
? bb b
Abmaj7 Abmaj9
8 4
Ab Ab Ab
b
. . . . . . > > >

4 (lowering U 2
Grandly
b
[83]

bbbb 4

4
the camera)

& b
84 85

4 2
See the world! Here's the world in a box for - ev - er.

b
& b bb 4 4

n b


ggg # # n #
f ggg
ggg [PLAY]
4
2
[Pno. TACET]

? bb b gg
4 4
b
b b b
b
b ggg n n
b gg n
g
PIANO/VOCAL 8 #9 - The World Inside A Frame (2/17/14)

2 5
(HE looks at FRANCESCA. Sees something.)

b
& b bb 4 b 4
3
A b
86

U
2 5
Go stand o - ver there.

& bbbb 4 4
? bb b 2 U 5
b 4 4

5
(SHE does.
[87]
j 89
Slower (steady)
bbbb
3

4
Electric.)

&
88

5
Don't look at me. Now: Look at me.

b
& b bb 4 b b b b
P
? bb b 5 >
b 4 bw w w

4
(HE continues, then

b j j j j
& b bb b 4
90 91 92 the roll is finished)

4
Look at me. There. There. There. There.

b
& b bb b 4
b b b
? bb b 4
b w w w b 4
w w w

4
[93]
b
Broadly rall.
&b 4 b
94 95 96

4 U
There's the world. There's the world in your face, Fran - ces - ca.

&b 4 ggg b ww
l.v. longa

n n n b b

b
b ggg ww
[Pno. TACET] F ggg [PLAY]
U
?b 4 b b ggg b b
g ww
4 b b b
b gg b w
g
(SHORT TIME)
PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

STATE FAIR TRANSITION [9B]


(1/8/14)
Music & Lyrics by
JASON ROBERT BROWN

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PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

STATE FAIR TRANSITION [9B]


(1/8/14)
ROBERT: OK then. Ill pack up and be right there. Music & Lyrics by
FRANCESCA: Robert, thank you for this. (MUSIC GO) JASON ROBERT BROWN

5 4
(she clasps the magazine to her)
:3
&4 4
1
ROBERT: This is what we hope for,
that some day, one picture
P
? 5 4
will make a difference to somebody.

4 4

4 2 4
Broadly

&4 4 4
#
4 (CUE)
-
-
5 6

#
#
f
4
&4
2 4
# # # # # # #
# n n

4
4

f
? 4
n # 2 4
4 n n 4
n n 4

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PIANO/VOCAL 3 #9B STATE FAIR TRANSITION (1/8/14)

Tempo di "Home Before CAROLYN: Im so nervous, I cant stand it.

4
You Know It" BUD: Well, you have to stand it. Just dont talk to the judges

U "
[7] unless they talk to you. And say Maam and Sir, no

&4 .. w ..
4x's (Cym.)
8 matter what they ask you. Like it was the army.
CAROLYN: What if he does something stupid?
BUD: Stevie is a steer. What is he going to do? You did
everything you can. All you have to do now is wait.

4 .. .. U
The judges know what theyre looking for. Hes either

"
&4
got it or he doesnt. My personal opinion is that he does.


(Gtr. comp - "funky hillbilly"
He could be Steer of the Year for all we know.

www Play 1st X


CAROLYN: Could you stand somewhere else?
BUD: You dont want me with you?
CAROLYN: I want them to know hes mine.

4 U
That I raised him, not you.

? "
4 .. # w ..
(Easy!) BUD: OK. Just remember. Hes the big deal here.
They dont like a farm kid being too proud.

w
CAROLYN: I know that.
BUD: Carolyn. You're gonna be fine.
(CAROLYN kisses BUD on the cheek.)

2 4 U
(phone rings)
[9]Broadly VAMP
b b
4 4 .. ..
-
& b -
(Jump on cue)

10 11 12 13

2 4 U
& b
b b b 4
b - b b
4 ..
b
..
b ww
f -
P U

? b b b
b 2 4 b w .. ww
(Strings)

b
4 4 .. b w
b -
b b b b bw w
-
PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

[10]
(script page 41)

SOMETHING FROM
A DREAM
(1/30/14) Music & Lyrics by
BUD: OK, then. Have a nice bath. JASON ROBERT BROWN
FRANCESCA: Ciao. (MUSIC GO) (hangs up the phone)
(FRANCESCA smiles, takes beer, heads upstairs.) (A bar near the fairgrounds. BUD takes a seat.)

4
BUD: (To the bartender) Another whiskey please. Water back.
##
Easy going ( = 90)

& 4
2 3 4

4
[Pno. TACET to m. 21]
#
& # 4
ww

ww
F w [Gtrs - sound 8vb] w
? ## 4 Dmaj7
4
D6 D maj7 D6

[5]
## . . r
VAMP BUD: (last X)

. . r
& . .
3 6 7


You should - a seen me back in 'For - ty Six. I was in u - ni - form,
#
& # .. ..
D maj7 D6 D maj7 D 6 D maj7 D6
? # # .. ..

##8
& n n . r #
9 10

spit - shined, whip-pet - thin, Hard as a brick, dumb as a post But I was hav -

##
&
n
nw
nw
D maj7 D6
? ##
F6

Copyright 2011 Jason Robert Brown


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PIANO/VOCAL 2 #10 - Something From A Dream (1/30/14)

# #11 r
&

12 13


ing the time of my life. And I met Fran - nie there in It -
#
& #
D maj7 D6 D maj7 D 6 D maj7 D6
? ##

# #14 j

3

& . . .
15 16

a-ly. Boy, she was beau - ti - ful, but all those guys a - round her, Look, I-
#
& #
D maj7 D6 D maj7 D6 D maj7 D6
? ##

# #17
& n j . n #

18 19

tal - ians, no of-fense, the la - zi - est peo - ple in the world.


#
& #
F2 F6 D maj7 D6
? ## 9

[21]
# #20 n
&
22


And to me, she looked like some - thing from a dream.
##
&

r
(+Pno)
r
. n
D maj7 D6 G6 F6
? ## .
9 9
w nw
PIANO/VOCAL 3 #10 - Something From A Dream (1/30/14)

# # 23
&
24 25

##
And to her, I'm like the

&

r
? ## . r . r .
D2 G6
9

w w w

# # 26 n r
.
3

&
27 28

## w
con - quer-ing A-mer-i - can. I'm gon-na take her on a trip

& ww

. r
ww
? # # . n r
(Gtrs. harm.)
F6
9 A sus

nw w

[29]
## j

: 33
&

D6
this year. We'll bring the har - vest in, then
## D maj7
&
w.
(Gtrs as before)

? ##
D maj7 D6
ww .
w

# #34 j
& n .
35


take a coup - la days, May - be a week - end at the Fort Des Moines,
>
&
## n
.. ww
L.H.
F6
? ##
D maj7 D6
..
n n ww
PIANO/VOCAL 4 #10 - Something From A Dream (1/30/14)

# #36
& n # .
37

.
>
Once we get past Christ-mas and the kids are back at school.

# #
& n .

a .
? ##
D maj7 D6
n w
. n w

MICHAEL: (sitting down beside her) Hey.


Want a drink?
CAROLYN: What have you been doing?
MICHAEL: Talking to people.
CAROLYN: About what?
MICHAEL: I don't want to be a farmer.
CAROLYN: Then who's going to run the farm? VAMP
MICHAEL: You are.

# .. . r
BUD: (last X)

& # ..
38 39 40

## w
I mean, it's not like she complains

& .. ..
.
D maj7 D6 J D6
D maj7 D6
? ##
D maj7
.. ..
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w w .

# #41 r
& . .
42

at all. It's just, you got - ta pay at - ten -

##
&


wwww

D maj7 D6 D6
? ##
D maj7
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PIANO/VOCAL 5 #10 - Something From A Dream (1/30/14)
# #43
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44

tion And with all the oth - er crap I'm ta - kin' care of,

##
n n
3

& j
> ..
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n
3

F6
? ## D maj7 D6
. nn ww
w

# #45
& n
#
46

.
She might feel em - bar - rassed tak - in' time to tell me what she needs.

## w
# wwww
3

& n
D maj7 D6
? ## n n
3
w
w
[48]
# # 47 n
&
49

.

And to me, she's still like some - thing from a dream.

##
&


D6. r r
? ## . .
G6 . .
.
F6
9. .
nn ww .
D maj7 9
ww

# # 50
&
51 52

##
And to her, I'm like the guy

&
D2 r G.6 r
.
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.. 9 ..
ww .. w w
PIANO/VOCAL 6 #10 - Something From A Dream (1/30/14)

# # 53 n r
& .
54 55

ww
who keeps the lights turned on. I'm gon-na take her on a trip

##
& w
r r
9. .
(Gtrs. harm.)
.. ww
A sus
? ## n w
F6
w
nw w
[56]
## j j
& .
57 58

this year. May - be next sum - mer.

##
w

&
(Gtrs as before)
D6 D maj7 D6 D maj7 D6
? ##
D maj7

# #59 j

3

&
60 61
3

Not like were gon-na havethe mon-ey for va - ca - tions. I guess well

# .. .
& # . . .. J

D maj7 D6 D maj7 D6 D maj7 D6
? ## j
& .. ..

# #62 Rit.

3

&
3

63 64

# # ww
- ure some - thing out

& w
ww
w
##
D maj7

D6 p D6

D maj7 D6
? ?
& .. w & w
>w w
APPLAUSE SEGUE
PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY
(script page 42)

Kitchen Transition #2 [10A]


(12/9/13)
Music & Lyrics by
(Applause Segue)
JASON ROBERT BROWN

b
4 2 5

Broadly (as before)
:2 -
b b -
& 4 4 4
3 4

(Vlns/Vla - 8ves)

4 2 5
PLAY

& 4


b
b b
b
4
b - b b -
4
f
? 4 b
b b b 2 - 5
4 b b b 4 b b
b - 4

5
&4
5
j .
(Vibes) 6
j .
7
j . ..
b b n # .

5
& 4 b b n
P
? 5 b .. b .. # .
4 bb . . ..

U
j . . .. . .. .
VAMP
&
8 9 10

# . . . .

U
& # .. # .. # ..

.. .. U.
? .. .. ..
. .
(LONG TIME)
Copyright 2013 Jason Robert Brown
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PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY
(script page 45)
Big Band
(12/9/13)
[10B]
ROBERT: So youre coming with me to Des Moines tomorrow? Music & Lyrics by
FRANCESCA: If Im invited. JASON ROBERT BROWN
ROBERT: You are. How would you feel about a little music?
FRANCESCA: Id like that. I dont know what stations have music though.
We only (MUSIC GO) use the radio to listen for the weather and the price of corn.

4
Swing, Shearingly ( = 128)
>
bbb J J b J J b
4
&
2 3 4

4
3 3

? b
4
Eb6(Very light comping around melody) Ab7
bb

>
b . b b w
& bb J J J J
5 6 7 8

J
? bb
Eb6 C7(b5) Fm7 Bb+7
b


START
>
b b
b
b
J J J J
& bb
9 10 11 12

Eb/
? b
Eb7 G Ab7 A0
bb
b . .
- .

> j . b b
14 n
PLAY

b #
J J J
& bb
13 15 16

>
3

. . . n j . b b
Eb/ C7(b9) F7 Bb9sus Eb6
? bb
Bb 3

b J & J J

b b b17 b n n . U
& # . J
bb b U
(Bass)

j
(QUASI SEGUE)

& ?
b n . . Copyright 2013 Jason Robert Brown
All rights controlled by Semolina Farfalle Music Co. Inc. (ASCAP)
International Copyright Secured. All Rights Reserved.
PIANO/VOCAL THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY

[11]
(script page 46)

GET CLOSER /
FALLING INTO YOU
(2/4/14)
Music & Lyrics by
JASON ROBERT BROWN
VOICE ON THE RADIO: Its your Wednesday night social,
coming to you from WGN in Chicago.

12 . b b
Bluesy (. = 68) (They dance.)
. # . . .
RADIO SINGER (Marge):
b b
& 8 bb . j
1 2 3

.
4
4
12
7 Ive wait-ed a
. . . . . .
& 8
(Gtr1)
. . . . . . . . .
# .

? 12
[Pno. TACET (chik)
C C (#5) F F mi6 C/ G7
G
8
to m. 13]
. j j j j . .
. .
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(Bass) . . .
[5]
j j . j j
& . j
6 7

. .

long long while for us to get start - ed. Ivegot a list of things that I wan-na

2 WOMEN: ,
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Oo... Oo.
, Oo... Oo...

& w. . . . w.
MAN:
. . . . . .
& . . . . . .

C A mi D mi7
? j . j . j .
. .
.
. . .

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PIANO/VOCAL 2 #11 - Get Closer / Falling Into You (2/4/14)

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.
,
do. I know youre scared and shy, But dont

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