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Mamma Mia! Musical Lyrics
A pair of beloved Abba songs were rewritten to cater for modern audiences for the new musical comedy Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again. The lyrics of 'The Name of the Game' and 'When I Kissed the Teacher' were tweaked as to seem less offensive for the film that was released in cinemas on Friday. The Name of the Game, released in , saw the line "I'm a bashful child, beginning to grow" to "I'm a curious child, beginning to grow". The song centred around a female student who has a crush on her male teacher, though in film the gender of the teacher had been changed and the track altered.
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I've been cheated by you since I don't know when So I made up my mind, it must come to an end. Look at me now, will I ever learn? I don't know how but I suddenly lose control There's a fire within my soul. Just one look and I can hear a bell ring One more look and I forget everything, whoa. Mamma mia, here I go again My my, how can I resist you?
Judy Kreimer thought about the idea of this musical in In , Catherine Johnson was attracted in the project. In June , production moved to the Prince of Wales Theater. Since , the show began to exhibit in Novello Theater. Directed by P. Lloyd, choreographed by A.
It is the opening track on the group's third album, the self-titled ABBA. The song's name is derived from Italian , where it is an interjection used in situations of surprise, anguish, or excitement, which corresponds to the English interjection "my" but literally means "My mother". The interjection "my my" can indeed be found in some lines within the song. The distinctive sound at the start of the song is the marimba. It was one of four songs from the album to have a music video made to promote the album. Initially, however, "Mamma Mia" was never intended for release as a single. In most other countries the B-side was the instrumental "Intermezzo Number 1".