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Par le petit garçon qui meurt près de sa mère
Tandis que des enfants s’amusent au parterre
Et par l’oiseau blessé qui ne sait pas comment
Son aile tout à coup s’ensanglante et descend
Par la soif et la faim et le délire ardent
Je vous salue, Marie

Par les gosses battus, par l’ivrogne qui rentre
Par l’âne qui reçoit des coups de pied au ventre
Et par l’humiliation de l’innocent châtié
Par la vierge vendue qu’on a déshabillée
Par le fils dont la mère a été insultée
Je vous salue, Marie
Par la vieille qui, trébuchant sous trop de poids
S’écrie “mon Dieu !” par le malheureux dont les bras
Ne purent s’appuyer sur une amour humaine
Comme la Croix du Fils sur Simon de Cyrène
Par le cheval tombé sous le chariot qu’il traîne
Je vous salue, Marie
Par les quatre horizons qui crucifient le monde
Par tous ceux dont la chair se déchire ou succombe
Par ceux qui sont sans pieds, par ceux qui sont sans mains
Par le malade que l’on opère et qui geint
Et par le juste mis au rang des assassins
Je vous salue, Marie
Par la mère apprenant que son fils est guéri
Par l’oiseau rappelant l’oiseau tombé du nid
Par l’herbe qui a soif et recueille l’ondée
Par le baiser perdu par l’amour redonné
Et par le mendiant retrouvant sa monnaie
Je vous salue, Marie
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Songwriters: Georges Charles Brassens / Francis Jammes / Oswald Antoine Marie D’Andrea
La prière lyrics © Warner Chappell Music France

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It won’t be easy, you’ll think it strange
When I try to explain how I feel
That I still need your love after all that I’ve done

You won’t believe me
All you will see is a girl you once knew
Although she’s dressed up to the nines
At sixes and sevens with you
I had to let it happen, I had to change
Couldn’t stay all my life down at heel
Looking out of the window, staying out of the sun
So I chose freedom
Running around, trying everything new
But nothing impressed me at all
I never expected it to
Don’t cry for me Argentina
The truth is I never left you
All through my wild days
My mad existence
I kept my promise
Don’t keep your distance
And as for fortune, and as for fame
I never invited them in
Though it seemed to the world they were all I desired
They are illusions
They are not the solutions they promised to be
The answer was here all the time
I love you and hope you love me
Don’t cry for me Argentina
Don’t cry for me Argentina
The truth is I never left you
All through my wild days
My mad existence
I kept my promise
Don’t keep your distance
Have I said too much?
There’s nothing more I can think of to say to you.
But all you have to do is look at me to know
That every word is true
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Songwriters: Andrew Lloyd Webber / Tim Rice
Don’t Cry for Me Argentina lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

The Magicians: Stella Maeve, Julia, is so lovely

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Summer Bishil

Summer Yasmine Bishil[1] (born July 17, 1988[2]) is an American actress. She first came to prominence for her roles as Jasira in the 2007 film Towelhead and as Taslima in the 2009 film Crossing Over. She is also known for her role as Margo Hanson on the Syfy fantasy drama series The Magicians.

Summer Bishil

Summer Yasmine Bishil

July 17, 1988(age 31)

Occupation Actress
Years active 2005–present

Early lifeEdit

Bishil was born in Pasadena, California[1][3] and is the youngest of three children. Her American mother is of Mexican and Caucasian descent and her father is of Indian descent.[4][5]In 1991, when Bishil was three years old, the family moved to Saudi Arabiaand then to Bahrain,[5][3][6] where she and her brother attended British and American schools.

The September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks prompted her family to return to the United States.[5] They moved to a Mormon community in San Diego where she attended a regular public high school for a week.[5][6] Because of the post-9/11 tension in the U.S., her schoolmates did not welcome her kindly.[5] She stated that the return was not easy: “I hated it. I was called a whore on the first day of school, and somebody said they thought my dad funded terrorism. I just knew that nobody was ever going to want to be my friend there. I had panic attacks the first year of my life here.”[6] The family later moved to Arcadia, where her mother home schooled her.[5][6]She took classes at Citrus College in Glendora, California.[4]


Bishil started acting lessons at age 14. Within a year, she was signed to a contract with a manager and agency. Bishil’s first role was on the short-lived Nickelodeon television show Just for Kicks, followed by appearances in several other children’s shows.

Bishil’s breakthrough performance[7]came as the lead in Alan Ball‘s film, Towelhead in 2007, an adaptation of the novel of the same name. Slatecritic Dana Stevens said, “Her performance is the truest thing in a movie that, for all its good intentions, feels thoroughly phony and mildly embarrassing, like an extended PSAabout inappropriate touching.”[8] Bob Strauss, who writes for several Los Angeles newspapers, states that Bishil, “…is one of the finest natural film actresses to emerge in years.”[9]Gary Goldstein in a September 12 Los Angeles Times review of the movie Towelhead, stated that, “…newcomer Summer Bishil turns in a gutsy, quietly riveting performance as Jasira.”[10]

In 2009, she filmed Wayne Kramer‘s project, Crossing Over, starring Harrison Ford, Ray Liotta and Ashley Judd,[11] a portrayal that received some favorable notice from Associated Presss Jay Reiner.[12] She was chosen to portray Azula in M. Night Shyamalan‘s 2010 film The Last Airbender, and was planned to be the focus of the planned but never-produced sequel.[13]

In 2013, Bishil was cast as Samira one of the lead roles on the short-lived ABC drama Lucky 7.[14][15] In late 2014, Bishil was cast in the role of Margo Hanson in the Syfy drama series The Magicians,[16] which is in its fifth season.


Film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2007 Towelhead Jasira Maroun
2009 Crossing Over Taslima Jahangir
2010 Mooz-lum Iman
2010 Public Relations Sara
2010 The Last Airbender Azula
2013 Pop Star Priscilla
2018 Under the Silver Lake The Girlfriend
Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2005 Days of Our Lives Stacey Episode #1.10164
2006 Just for Kicks Stacey Episode: “Premiere Episode: Part 2”
2006 Drake & Josh Tabitha Episode: “Josh Runs Into Oprah”
2006 Hannah Montana Rachel Episode: “Good Golly, Miss Dolly”
2006 Return to Halloweentown Aneesa Television film
2009 Three Rivers Karen Rollins Episode: “Good Intentions”
2010 The Whole Truth Michelle Penner Episode: “Young Love”
2011 90210 Leila Shirazi 4 episodes
2013 Lucky 7 Samira Main role
2013 Blast Vegas Serena Television film
2014 Law & Order: Special Victims Unit Heba Salim Episode: “Criminal Stories”
2015 iZombie Eliza Marquette Episode: “Flight of the Living Dead”
2015–present The Magicians Margo Main role

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Work Result Refs
2008 Young Hollywood Awards One to Watch Towelhead Won [17]
2008 Independent Spirit Awards Best Actress Towelhead Nominated [18][19]


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