Noted method actress Reneé Fleming is apparently so caught up the glamour and footlights of it all in her limited run of A Light in the Piazza that she is actually beginning to talk like classic star ladies of the American musical theatre.

In an interview with the Daily Mail, America’s Diva informs us:

Lucky, you’re a man who likes children.
That’s an important sign.
Lucky, I’m a woman with children.
Small world, isn’t it?
Funny, isn’t it small and funny and fine?
Dance to a new rhythm
Whistle a new song
Toast with a new vintage
The fizz doesn’t fizz too long
There’s only one way to make the bubbles stay
Simply travel a new high way
Dance to a new rhythm
Open a new window
Ev’ry day!
When the whistle blows
And the cymbals crash
And the sparklers light the sky
I’m gonna raise the roof
I’m gonna to carry on
Give me an old trombone
Give me an old baton
Before the parade passes by!