Shadowland

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Shadowland
Length: 4:28
Written by: Hans Zimmer, Lebo M, Mark Mancina
Performed by: Original Broadway Cast
The Lion King on Broadway
Circle of Life

Grasslands Chant

The Morning Report

The Lioness Hunt

I Just Can't Wait To Be King

Chow Down

They Live In You

Be Prepared

The Stampede

Rafiki Mourns

Hakuna Matata

One by One

The Madness Of King Scar

Shadowland

The Lion Sleeps Tonight

Endless Night

Can You Feel The Love Tonight

He Lives In You (Reprise)

Simba Confronts Scar

Circle of Life (Reprise)

Shadowland is a song originally written by Lebo M and Hans Zimmer for the Rhythm of the Pride Lands album as Lea Halalela. It was later adapted by Mark Mancina with updated lyrics for the musical, where it was originally sung by Heather Headley.

Lyrics & Translations

Chorus:
Fatshe leso lea halalela This land of our ancestors is holy
Fatshe leso lea halalela

Nala:
Shadowland
The leaves have fallen
This shadowed land
This was our home

The river's dry
The ground has broken
So I must go
Now I must go

And where the journey may lead me
Let your prayers be my guide
I cannot stay here, my family
But I'll remember my pride

Chorus: Nala:
Prideland I have no choice
My land I will find my way
Tear-stained Lea halalela
Dry land
Take this Take this prayer
With you What lies out there
Fatshe leso Lea halalela

Chorus:
And where the journey may lead you
Let this prayer be your guide
Though it may take you so far away
Always remember your pride

Chorus: Nala:
Fatshe leso lea halalela
Fatshe leso lea halalela Fatshe leso lea halalela

Chorus/Nala:
And where the journey may lead you/me
Let this prayer be your guide
Though it may take you/me so far away
Always remember your pride

Chorus: Nala:
And where the journey may lead you Giza buyabo, giza buyabo
Let this prayer be your guide I will return, I will return
Beso bo
Though it may take you so far away Giza buyabo, I will return
Always remember your pride Giza buyabo, oh giza buyabo

Beso bo, my people, beso bo