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No. 4: EXIT OF FAIRIES
"Fare thee well, attractive stranger"

 MIDI File [8KB, 1' 03"]  Karaoke File [10KB, 1' 03"]


Queen.
Fare thee well, attractive stranger.
Fairies.
Fare thee well, attractive stranger.
Queen.
Shouldst thou be in doubt or danger,
Peril or perplexitee,
Call us, and we'll come to thee!
Fairies.
Aye! Call us, and we'll come to thee!
Tripping hither, tripping thither,
Nobody knows why or whither;
We must now be taking wing
To another fairy ring!
Tripping hither, tripping thither,
We must now be taking wing
To another fairy ring!

Fairies and Queen trip off, Iolanthe, who takes an affectionate farewell of her son, going off last.

Patricia Leonard as the Fairy Queen, 1977
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This MIDI song file was originally sequenced Colin Johnson.

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