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A Hurricane of Jacarandas (Commander / EDH MTG Deck)

 
 

Music lyrics

Jacaranda — The lavish lilac

I just made something unexpected
Something sharp, something new
It's not symmetrical or perfect
But it's beautiful and it's mine
What else can I do?
Bring it in, bring it in
Good talk, bring it in, bring it in (what else can I do?)
Let's walk, bring it in, bring it in
Free hugs, bring it in, bring it in
I grow rows and rows of roses
Flor de mayo, by the mile
I make perfect, practiced poses
So much hides behind my smile
What could I do if I just grew what I was feelin' in the moment?
(Do you know where you're going? Whoa)
What could I do if I just knew it didn't need to be perfect?
It just needed to be? And they'd let me be?
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Strangling figs (big), hanging vines (this is fine)
Palma de cera fills the air as I climb
And I push through
What else can I do?
Can I deliver us a river of sundew?
Careful, it's carnivorous, a little just won't do
I wanna feel the shiver of something new
I'm so sick of pretty, I want something true, don't you?
You just seem like your life's been a dream (whoa)
Since the moment you opened your eyes
(How far do these roots go down?)

(Seize the moment, keep goin')

What can you do when you know who you wanna be is imperfect?
What else can I do?
(Show 'em what you can do)
What else can I do?
(There's nothing you can't do)
What else can I do?
 
Jacaranda — The lavish lilac
Isabela:

I merely made something out of the ordinary,

Something crisp and unusual.

(Here is where we-) (Isa, um, this is where we-)

It isn't symmetrical or flawless.

But it's lovely, and it's mine.

What other options do I have?

 

Mirabel:

Wait! Bring it in, bring it in, bring it in, bring it in, bring it in, bring

That was a great conversation!

Bring it in, bring it in, bring it in, bring it in, bring it in, bring

 

Isabela:

What other options do I have?

 

Mirabel:

Let's go for a walk!

Bring it in, bring it in, bring it in, bring it in, bring it in, bring

Hugs for free!

Bring it in, bring it in, bring it in, bring it in, bring it in, bring

 

Isabela:

I have rows and rows of roses in my garden.

By the mile, it's Flor de Mayo.

I perform flawless, well-practiced poses.

My smile conceals a great deal.

What could I achieve if I simply grew what I was experiencing at the time?

Mirabel:

Do you have a plan for where you're going? Whoa!

Isabela: If I only knew it didn't have to be flawless, what could I do?

Wasn't it just meant to be? And they just left me alone?

Isabela:

Vines that hang from the ceiling

Jacaranda — The lavish lilac

Mirabel:

That's OK.

 

Isabela:

Palma de cera fills the air as I climb

And I push through

What else can I do

 

Can I deliver us a river of sundew?

Careful, it's carnivorous, a little just won't do

 

I wanna feel the shiver of something new

I'm so sick of pretty - I want something true, don't you?

 

Mirabel:

You just seem like your life's been a dream (Whoa)

 


Isabela:

How far do these roots go down?

 

Mirabel:

All I know are the blossoms you grow (Whoa)

But it's awesome to see how you rise

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Jacaranda — The lavish lilac

Encanto's infectiously popular song "We Don't Talk About Bruno" continues to shatter records, latest disney movie its delicate lullaby "Dos Oruguitas" is the only one nominated for an Academy Award, and its highlight song "Pressure" has its fans.

But, while there are many of disputes regarding which of the film's songs is latest disney movie the finest, one of them is rarely mentioned: "All of You," the film's concluding number. That's a shame, because it's not only a terrific latest disney movie song, but it's also a Disney first: a genuine finale number.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda's song "All of You" is a softly victorious song that eloquently highlights the film's themes and latest disney movie wraps up the travels of the wide array of people.

It's not simply a fantastic song, but it also embraces the sensibilities of Broadway capital south africa musicals in a manner that Disney films rarely do.

[Editor's note: This post contains spoilers for Encanto's ending.]

Since Howard Ashman reinvented the animated musical format with The Little Mermaid, capital south africa Disney movies have leaned on Broadway ideals, but one important ingredient has always been missing: a huge closing number.

In Disney musicals, the original songs frequently fade down in the middle, and the final song isn't always the best note to conclude on.

(Frozen Troll Song, I'm looking at you.) If there is a finale song, it is usually just a quick reprise latest disney movie of the film's most famous song, such as in The Hunchback of Notre Dame, where jester Clopin sings latest disney movie one verse of the opening piece for 30 seconds. Another Lin-Manuel Miranda film, Moana, comes closest to a conclusion, but it's essentially a slowed-down rendition of a song from earlier in the film.

Enter the world of Encanto. Directors Jared Bush and Byron Howard intended to take the Disney musical in a new direction from the start. This meant incorporating other musical styles, like as the reggaeton-infused "We Don't Talk About Bruno," and utilizing dance in a way that Disney films had rarely done before.

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When "All of You" arrives, protagonist Mirabel and her abuela have reached an accord.

They walk to their house's ruins to reunite with the rest of the family and plan their next moves together.

There are still a few loose ends to tie up, such as when Bruno admits that he's been capital south africa lurking latest disney movie in the walls of the house, prompting shapeshifting Camilo to question, "OK, so... we going to talk about Bruno?"

This type of large musical sequence can effectively depict the passage of capital south africa time while also providing a brief yet fulfilling emotional finale.

It occurs in Encanto when the entire capital south africa town volunteers to assist them in rebuilding, latest disney movie capital south africa demonstrating their community spirit and thankfulness.

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Jacaranda — The lavish lilac
 

Many of the movie's earlier tunes and lyrics are re-imagined to demonstrate how the protagonists have matured and established new futures for themselves.

"All of You" not only highlights the characters' journeys and the themes of healing capital south africa from generational trauma, but it also teases what happens next — not a full-fledged epilogue that rolls around with the post-credits, but a series of promises about how this family will be able to work together and grow together in healthier ways.

It's something Disney movies should've had from the start: an uplifting, vibrant method to tie everything capital south africa together and hint to a bright future.

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Jacaranda — The lavish lilac

It's unusually satisfying how the official soundtrack closes on such a note, even outside of the movie's narrative.

Given the film's other merits, it goes unnoticed and unappreciated, but the uniqueness of such capital south africa a gratifying conclusion deserves to be mentioned. Besides, it's a fantastic song. I'm constantly on the verge of crying by the time "All of You" comes up on my Spotify playlist.

 

 

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