MUSIC

The Princess Bride Album Cover

The Princess Bride OST

Released: Vertigo/Warner Bros. (1987)

Album Credits

Engineered by Marc De Sisto
Mastered by Bob Ludwig
Music by Mark Knopfler
Performed by Guy Fletcher
Photography by Deborah Feingold

The 1987 soundtrack for Rob Reiner's The Princess Bride contained songs arranged and composed by Mark. The record features 'Storybook Love', which was nominated for 1988 Academy Award for Best Original Song.

The Princess Bride OST

  • 1. Once Upon A Time…Storybook Love
    Instrumental
  • 2. I Will Never Love Again
    Instrumental
  • 3. Florin Dance
    Instrumental
  • 4. Morning Ride
    Instrumental
  • 5. The Friends’ Song
    Instrumental
  • 6. The Cliffs of Insanity
    Instrumental
  • 7. The Swordfight
    Instrumental
  • 8. Guide My Sword
    Instrumental
  • 9. The Fireswamp and the Rodents of Unusual Size
    Instrumental
  • 10. Revenge
    Instrumental
  • 11. A Happy Ending/Storybook Love (Willy De Ville)
    Come my love, I’ll tell you a tale
    of a boy and girl and their love story
    and how he loved her oh, so much,
    and all the charms she did possess.

    Chorus:
    My love is like a storybook story.
    But it’s as real as the feelings I feel.
    My love is like a storybook story.
    But it’s as real as the feelings I feel;
    it’s as real as the feelings I feel.

    Now this did happen once upon a time
    When things were not so complex.
    And how he worshipped the ground she walked on.
    When he looked in her eyes, he became obsessed.
    (To Chorus:)

    This love was stronger than the powers so dark,
    A prince could have within his keeping;
    His spells to weave and steal a heart
    Within her breast, but only sleeping.
    (To Chorus:)

    He said, “Don’t you know I love you oh, so much,
    And lay my heart at the foot of your dress?”
    She said, “Don’t you know that storybook loves
    Always have a happy ending?”

    Then he swooped her up, just like in the books,
    And on his stallion they rode away.
    (To Chorus:)

    Written by Willy De Ville