Jonathan Street is a struggling composer when he meets and marries Annette. The problem is that Jonathan was drunk and does not want to be married. Annette does go with him to Paris and does the cooking and cleaning. To get his music published, Annette takes it to Paul and he is won over - by her voice and not the music. So he manages her career and she becomes a star as an opera singer everywhere she goes. Since Jonathan cannot sell anything he writes, he leaves Annette and that makes Annette sad as she wants only to be his wife. Written by
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Don't you think you could stand me? Just for a little while? Just so I could get away from here? I would cook for you and make your bed, and I would try to put on a little fat.
Jonathan 'Johnny' Street
No. It's impossible. I'd treat you very badly. You'd interfere with my work and I couldn't have that. I'd probably beat you!
Of course! But I wouldn't care!
from the opera "Lakmé" (1881-82)
Music by Léo Delibes
Libretto by Edmond Gondinet
(uncredited) and Philippe Gille
Sung by Lily Pons
(uncredited) at her opera debut See more