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[Intro: MINSTREL]
[00:08.39]War of the Roses, Chaucer's tales
[00:12.88]The brutal feudal system
[00:17.15]Holy Crusades, Bubonic Plague
[00:21.89]Can't say that we've really missed 'em
[00:26.12]So dark and barbaric, so dull and mundane
[00:30.40]That was so Middle Ages, that was so Charlemagne

[Pre-Chorus 1: MINSTREL (ENSEMBLE)]
[00:37.64]Welcome to the Renaissance
[00:41.40]With poets, painters, and bon vivants
[00:45.14]And merry minstrels who strolled the streets of London
[00:49.14]Strummin' their lutes (in puffy pants and pointy leather boots)

[Chorus 1: MINSTREL (ENSEMBLE)]
[00:53.14]Welcome to the Renaissance
[00:56.15]Where we ooh and ahh you with ambiance
[00:59.64]We're so progressive (the latest and the greatest)
[01:01.91](We bring it to you) with much ado
[01:07.39](Welcome to the Renaissance)
[01:10.89]Where everything is new

[Verse 1: ENSEMBLE (MINSTREL)]
[01:14.89]Here we've made advances in the sciences
[01:18.14]We have the latest gadgets and appliances
[01:21.65]Our mugs are made of pewter, our houses all are Tudor
[01:25.38](Decorated with a modern flair)
[01:28.91]See us in our petticoats and farthingales
[01:32.90]Our trendy beards we trim to look like swallowtails
[01:36.37]We're called Elizabethans, they're all a bunch of heathens
[01:39.88]Heathens headed straight for you-know-where

[Bridge 1: MINSTREL (ENSEMBLE)]
[01:43.14]While witches are burning and wars tend to start
[01:46.64]We bring you moments of culture and art
[01:51.88](Culture and art)

[Chorus 2: ENSEMBLE]
[01:55.90]Welcome to the Renaissance
[01:58.64]Where our printing press has the fancy fonts
[02:02.13]That's right, we're fancy and very literary
[02:06.13]Theatrical too, it's what we do
[02:09.64]Welcome to the Renaissance
[02:13.13]Where everything is new

[Bridge 2: ENSEMBLE (MINSTREL)]
[02:22.63]Hey, look, it's Francis Bacon with a chicken, what's he making?
[02:25.64]Well, I think he's found a way of freezing meat, that's new
[02:28.89]Hey, look, it's Walter Raleigh, found a new world, by golly
[02:31.89]And he's brought us all tobacco, what a treat, also new
[02:35.42](And we have a list of writers who are always writing something new)
[02:39.65]It's true! We do! Like who? (Like who?)
[02:43.64](Like Dekker!) Whoo! (John Webster!) Whoo!
[02:46.89](Ben Jonson!) Uh-huh! And Christopher Marlowe!
[02:50.38]Thomas Kyd, Thomas Middleton
[02:52.88]Thomas More (and our brightest star) Whoo!
[02:56.63]He's the bomb, the soul of the age
[03:00.13]The wiz of the Elizabethan stage
[03:02.88]He's incredible
[03:05.64]Unforgettable
[03:08.39]He's just so freakin' awesome!
[03:13.12]Shakespeare!
[03:16.13]Shakespeare!

[Bridge 3: ENSEMBLE]
[03:27.38]We love him, we love him, we love him, we love him
[03:30.64]We love him, we love him, we love him, we love him
[03:33.63]His brains are so brilliant, his writing's first-rate
[03:37.16]His acting's incredible, isn't he great?
[03:40.63]We love him, we love him, (isn't he great?) we love him, we love him
[03:45.63]We love him, we love him, we love him

[Pre-Chorus 2: ENSEMBLE (MINSTREL)]
[03:48.90]Welcome to the Renaissance
[03:50.89]Not the one in Italy or in France
[03:54.63]No, the one in England, the one where William Shakespeare
[03:58.41]Is cream of the crop (the one where William Shakespeare is the top)

[Chorus 3: ENSEMBLE (MINSTREL)]
[04:03.16]Welcome to the Renaissance (Renaissance)
[04:06.37]The 16th-century experience (Experience, yeah)
[04:10.14]In the age that's golden, the olden days are over
[04:13.63]We bid them adieu, well, Hallelu'
[04:17.62]Welcome to the Renaissance
[04:21.14]Where everything is new

[Outro: ENSEMBLE (Spoken: MINSTREL)]
[04:29.14]Everything is new
[04:32.38]Welcome to the Renaissance
[04:35.63]Everything is new
[04:38.13](Cause "Renaissance" means rebirth)