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If I Loved You Sheet Music from Carousel

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“If I Loved You Sheet Music” from Carousel (Musical), “ If I Loved You Sheet Music” for Piano / Vocal/ Chords , Original key: G Major, number of pages sheet music PDF: 6, Video and Lyrics song If I Loved You Sheet Music.

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If I Loved You’” is a show tune from the 1945 Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Carousel.

  • Sheet Music Title: If I Loved You Sheet Music Carousel (Musical)
  • Instrument: Piano Sheet Music / Chords / vocal /
  • Original Published Key: G Major
  • Metronome: 104
  • Author: Richard Rodgers / Oscar Hammerstein II
  • Musical:  Carousel
  • Year: 1945 / 2014
  • Genre: Musical Broadway Sheet Music
  • Sheet Music Format: PDF
  • Piano Sheet Music
  • Pages pdf file: 6
  • If I Loved You Sheet Music Carousel (Musical).

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Lyrics If I Loved You Sheet Music Carousel (Musical)

“If I Loved You Sheet Music Lyrics Carousel (Musical)”

Billy: Say, tell me somethin’. Ain’t you scared of me?
I mean after what that cop said about me takin’ money
from girls.
Julie: I ain’t scared.
Billy: That your name, Julie…Julie somethin’?
Julie:
Julie Jordan.
Billy:
You’re a queer one, Julie Jordan.
Ain’t you sorry that you didn’t run away?
You can still go if you wanna.
Julie:
I reckon that I care to choose to stay.
You couldn’t take my money if I didn’t have any
And I don’t have a penny, that’s true.
And if I did have money, you couldn’t take any
Cuz you’d ask and I’d give it to you.
Billy:
You’re a queer one, Julie Jordan.
Ain’t you ever had a feller you give money to?
Julie: No.
Billy:
Ain’t you ever had a feller at all?
Julie: No.
Billy:
Well, ain’t you ever had a feller you went walking with?
Julie: Yes.
Billy:
Where’d you walk?
Julie:
Nowhere special, I recall.
Billy:
In the woods?
Julie: No.
Billy:
On the beach?
Julie: No.
Billy:
Did you love him?
Julie: No! Never loved no one, I told you that.
Billy: Say, you’re a funny kid. Wanna go into town and dance maybe or –
Julie: No. I have to be careful.
Billy: Of what?
Julie: My character, you see, I’m never gonna marry.
I’m never gonna marry, if I was gonna marry,
I wouldn’t have to be such a stickler.
But I’m never gonna marry and a girl who don’t marry
Has got to be much more pertickler.
Billy: Supposin’ I was to say that I’d marry you?
Julie: You?
Billy: That scares you, don’t it? You’re thinkin’ what that cop said.
Julie: No I ain’t. I never paid no mind to what he said.
Billy: But you wouldn’t marry a feller like me, would you?
Julie: Yes I would…if I loved you. Wouldn’t make no difference what you did, even if I died for it.
Billy: How do you know what you’d do if you loved me, or how you’d feel, or anything?
Julie: I don’t know how I know. Just the same, I know how I,…how it’d be, if I loved you.
When I worked in the mill, weavin’ at the loom,
I’d gaze absent-minded at the roof,
And half the time the shuttle’d tangle with the threads
And the warp’d get mixed with the woof,
If I loved you.
Billy: But you don’t.
Julie: No, I don’t.
But somehow I can see just exactly how I’d be….
If I loved you,
Time and again I would try to say
All I’d want you to know.
If I loved you,
Words wouldn’t come in an easy way.
Round in circles I’d go.
Longin’ to tell you but afraid and shy,
I’d let my golden chances pass me by.
Soon you’d leave me,
Off you would go in the mist of day,
Never, never to know
How I loved you,
If I loved you.
Billy: Well anyway, you don’t love me that’s what you said.
Julie: Yes. (blossoms float down from above) I can smell them, can you? The blossoms. The wind brings them down.
Billy: Ain’t much wind tonight. Hardly any.
You can’t hear a sound, not the turn of a leaf,
Nor the fall of a wave hitting the sand.
The tide’s creeping up on the beach like a thief
Afraid to be caught steelin’ the land.
On a night light this, I start to wonder
What life is all about.
Julie:
And I always say two heads are better than one to figger it out.
Billy: I don’t need you or anyone to help me. I got it figgered out for myself. What are we? A couple of specks of
nothin’. Look up there.
There’s a helluva lotta stars in the sky,
And the sky’s so big, the sea looks small,
And two little people, you and I,
We don’t count at all.
You’re a funny kid. Don’t ever remember meeting a girl like you…. You! Are you trying to get me to marry you?
Julie: No!
Billy: Then what’s putting it into my head? You’re different alright. Don’t know what it is. I wonder how it’d be.
Julie: What?
Billy: Nothin’. I know what it’d be like. It’d be awful. I can just see myself.
Kinda scrawny and pale, pickin’ at my food,
And love-sick like any other guy.
I’d throw away y sweater and dress up like a dude
In a dickey and a collar and tie,
If I loved you.
Julie: But you don’t.
Billy: No, I don’t.
But somehow I can see just exactly how I’d be….
If I loved you,
Time and again I would try to say
All I’d want you to know.
If I loved you,
Words wouldn’t come in an easy way.
Round in circles I’d go.
Longin’ to tell you but afraid and shy,
I’d let my golden chances pass me by.
Soon you’d leave me,
Off you would go in the mist of day,
Never, never to know
How I loved you,
If I loved you.
I’m not a feller to marry anybody. Even if a girl was foolish enough to want me to, I wouldn’t.
Julie: Don’t worry about it, Billy.
Billy: Who’s worried?
Julie: You’re right about there being no wind. The blossoms are just comin’ down by theirselves. Just their time to, I
reckon.
(He leans down slowly, and, as the music crescendo’s, he kisses her)

If I Loved You Sheet Music Carousel (Musical)

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