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Ron’s Lament (The Night After the Yule Ball)
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Ron’s Lament (The Night After the Yule Ball)

Ron’s Lament (The Night After the Yule Ball)

(to the tune of “You and I Both” by Jason Mraz.)

Was it you who hated me when I fancied that Delacour?
And you began seeing Viktor Krum
Oh, I was too slow to realize that it is you that I love
But I was too afraid to confess
Oh, but I guess it was too late when I saw you tonight
Looking so fine with Krum
Oh, until it dawned on me
That without you there’s no magic and I feel like a Squib

Cause you and I both loved
Though we never spoke of
And Harry never knew of, Harry never knew of our love
Oh, it’s you that I love

See I’m all about you girl
About your brains, your bushy brown hair and your smiles
With hundreds of parchments, parchments, parchments I wrote
I wrote your names in little hearts and I feel so alive

Cause you and I both loved
Though we never spoke of
And Harry never knew of and if you could see me now
Oh, love love, you and I, you and I
Not so little you and I anymore, umm
And with this silence brings a moral story
More importantly evolving is the unspoken love of a boy

Cause you and I both loved
Though we never spoke of
And Harry never knew of and if you could see me now
Well that I’m almost finally out of
I’m finally out of
Finally, dee deedle le dee dee
Well I’m almost finally, finally
Well I am lost without you

And it’s okay if you’re finally through with me
Oh, just remember that the fellytones really work in both ways
But if I never ever hear them ring If nothing else
I’ll think my Pigwidgeon
Has finally found you’re happy with Krum and that’s okay
Cause I know I was too late to confess

Cause you and I both loved
Though we never spoke of
And Harry never knew of and if you could see me now
Well that I’m almost finally out of I’m finally out of
Finally, dee deedle le dee dee
Well I’m almost finally, finally
Out of love

Submitted by: Husna

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