AMERICA – THE LAST UNICORN – Piano Tutorial

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Learn The Last Unicorn by America on piano with this tutorial! Please enjoy!

Arranged by Andrew Wrangell
Edited by Samuel Dickenson

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The Last Unicorn is a song written by Jimmy Webb of the band America for the 1982 fantasy film of the same name. The film is based on a novel by Peter S. Beagle and tells the story of a unicorn who looks for a other unicorns after learning she is the last one left in the world. It is a power ballad featuring acoustic instruments and works incredibly well as a piano arrangement. This arrangement of The Last Unicorn would work well as part of a performance or concert.

Lyrics:
When the last eagle flies over the last crumbling mountain
And the last lion roars at the last dusty fountain
In the shadow of the forest though she may be old and worn
They will stare unbelieving at the last unicorn

When the first breath of winter through the flowers is icing
And you look to the north and a pale moon is rising
And it seems like all is dying and would leave the world to mourn
In the distance hear the laughter of the last unicorn

I’m alive, I’m alive
When the last moon is cast over the last star of morning
And the future has passed without even a last desperate warning
Then look into the sky where through the clouds a path is torn
Look and see her how she sparkles, it’s the last unicorn

I’m alive, I’m alive

Songwriters: Jimmy Webb
Last Unicorn lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC

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