Evermore (From Beauty & the Beast)- Disney Cover | Daniel Coz

It's a tale as old as time: here's my cover of Evermore from Disney's Beauty and the Beast, the newest live action feature film from Walt Disney Studios. This has become one of my favorite songs especially Josh Groban's version of Evermore. Hope you enjoy! **DON'T FORGET TO LIKE & SUBSCRIBE! **►http://bit.ly/SubDCoz
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Evermore was composed by Alan Menken (Aladdin,
Tangled, The Little Mermaid) with lyrics by Tim Rice (Lion King, Aladdin) . Evermore was originally performed by Dan Stevens who played the role of the Beast in the 2017 film Beauty and the Beast and was also performed and produced as a single by Josh Groban.

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EVERMORE LYRICS- Beauty and the Beast
I was the one who had it all
I was the master of my fate
I never needed anybody in my life
I learned the truth too late
I'll never shake away the pain
I close my eyes but she's still there
I let her steal into my melancholy heart
It's more than I can bare

Now I know she'll never leave me
Even as she runs away
She will still torment me
Calm me, hurt me
Move me, come what may
Wasting in my lonely tower
Waiting by an open door
I'll fool myself, she'll walk right in
And be with me for evermore

I rage against the trials of love
I curse the fading of the light
Though she's already flown so far beyond my reach
She's never out of sight

Now I know she'll never leave me
Even as she fades from view
She will still inspire me
Be a part of everything I do
Wasting in my lonely tower
Waiting by an open door
I'll fool myself, she'll walk right in
And as the long, long nights begin
I'll think of all that might have been
Waiting here for evermore

Evermore" is a song from the 2017 remake of Beauty and the Beast. It is sung by the Beast when he realizes that Belle misses her father. With the help of his magic mirror, she sees that he is being taken away to the asylum. So the Beast sets Belle free, allowing her to go help Maurice. As he watches her ride away from his tower, he laments about his past and, in spite of himself, holds to the hope that she might indeed come back.

Evermore (From Beauty & the Beast)- Disney Cover | Daniel Coz
uploaded by Daniel Coz/CozInc Prod. April 2017


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