Lin-Manuel Miranda Hundreds Of Stories

[USNAVI:]

Abuela!

[ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

Are you OK?

[ABUELA CLAUDIA/USNAVI:]

Paciencia y fe!

Paciencia y fe!

[USNAVI:]

Let me see it again!

[ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

We kept it safe

[USNAVI:]

So we survived the night;

What happens today?

[ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

A third for you

[USNAVI:]

Uh huh, uh huh! Uh huh, uh huh!

[ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

A third for me!

[USNAVI:]

No pare! Sigue, sigue!

[ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

The rest for Sonny…

And with our share of the money

And with our share of the money…

Dream of the seaside air!

See me beside you there!

Think of the hundreds of stories we will share!

You and I!

[USNAVI/ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

Ayy…

[ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

Now you can sell your store!

Open a bar by the shore!

I’ve told you hundreds of stories

About home; make some more

[USNAVI/ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

More…

[USNAVI:]

Yo! I know just where to go!

There’s a little beach named Playa Rincón

With no road, you need a rowboat or motorbike

To reach this beach, it’s just a stone’s throw

From home

My folks’ home

Before I was born

Before they passed on

And left me on my own, in New York, with the grocery store

They would talk about home, I listened closely for

The way they whispered to each other

‘Bout the warmer winter weather

Inseparable, they even got sick together

They never got better… passed away that December

And left me with these memories like dyin’ embers

From a dream I can’t remember…

Ever since then it’s like

Another day deeper in debt with different dilemmas

The bodega’s a mess, I’ll be seeing less of Vanessa

Abuela I don’t know how I can keep it together!

[ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

Remember the story of your name…

It was engraved on a passing ship on the day your family came

Your father said “Usnavi,

That’s what we’ll name the baby.”

[USNAVI:]

It really said “U.S. Navy,” but hey…

I worked with what they gave me okay…

[ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

They’d be so proud of you today!

[USNAVI:]

Then by the end of July

[ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

Uh huh, uh huh! Uh huh, uh huh!

[USNAVI:]

Out where the sea meets the sky!

[ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

No pare! Sigue, sigue!

[USNAVI/ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

Think of the hundreds of stories

We’ll create

You and I!

Ay…

[ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

We’ll find your island…

[USNAVI:]

I’ll find my island sky

[ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

Ay, find your island…

[USNAVI:]

But whatever we do it’s…

[USNAVI/ABUELA CLAUDIA:]

You and I!

Lin-Manuel Miranda The Schuyler Sisters

[Burr:]

There’s nothing rich folks love more

Than going downtown and slummin’ it with the poor

They pull up in their carriages and gawk

At the students in the common

Just to watch them talk

Take Philip Schuyler: the man is loaded

Uh-oh, but little does he know that

His daughters, Peggy, Angelica, Eliza

Sneak into the city just to watch all the guys at

[Company:]

Work, work!

[Angelica:]

Angelica!

[Company:]

Work, work!

[Eliza:]

Eliza!

[Peggy:]

And Peggy!

[Company:]

Work, work!

The Schuyler sisters!

[Angelica:]

Angelica!

[Peggy:]

Peggy!

[Eliza:]

Eliza!

[Company:]

Work!

[Peggy:]

Daddy said to be home by sundown

[Angelica:]

Daddy doesn’t need to know

[Peggy:]

Daddy said not to go downtown

[Eliza:]

Like I said, you’re free to go

[Angelica:]

But look around, look around

The revolution’s happening in New York

[Eliza/Peggy:]

New York

[Company:]

Angelica

[Schuyler Sisters and company:]

Work!

[Peggy:]

It’s bad enough daddy wants to go to war

[Eliza:]

People shouting in the square

[Peggy:]

It’s bad enough there’ll be violence on our shore

[Angelica:]

New ideas in the air

[Angelica and Male Ensemble:]

Look around, look around

[Eliza:]

Angelica, remind me what we’re looking for…

[All men:]

She’s lookin’ for me!

[Angelica (Company):]

Eliza, I’m lookin’ for a mind at work (Work, work!)

I’m lookin’ for a mind at work! (Work, work!)

I’m lookin’ for a mind at work! (Work, work!)

Whooaaaaa!

[Eliza/Angelica/Peggy:]

Whooaaaaa!

Work!

[Burr:]

Wooh! There’s nothin’ like summer in the city

Someone in a rush next to someone lookin’ pretty

Excuse me, miss, I know it’s not funny

But your perfume smells like your daddy’s got money

Why you slummin’ in the city in your fancy heels

You searching for an urchin who can give you ideals?

[Angelica:]

Burr, you disgust me

[Burr:]

Ah, so you’ve discussed me

I’m a trust fund, baby, you can trust me!

[Angelica:]

I’ve been reading Common Sense by Thomas Paine

So men say that I’m intense or I’m insane

You want a revolution? I want a revelation

So listen to my declaration:

[Eliza/Angelica/Peggy:]

“We hold these truths to be self-evident

That all men are created equal”

[Angelica:]

And when I meet Thomas Jefferson

[Company:]

Unh!

[Angelica:]

I’mma compel him to include women in the sequel!

[Women:]

Work!

[Eliza:]

Look around, look around at how

Lucky we are to be alive right now!

[Eliza/Peggy:]

Look around, look around at how

Lucky we are to be alive right now!

[Eliza/Angelica/Peggy:]

History is happening in Manhattan and we just happen to be

In the greatest city in the world!

[Schuyler Sisters and Company:]

In the greatest city in the world!

[Angelica (Eliza/Peggy) {men}:]

‘Cause I’ve been reading Common Sense by Thomas Paine (Look around, look around) {Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey!}

So men say that I’m intense or I’m insane (The revolution’s happening in) {Hey! Hey! Hey! Hey!}

[Angelica (Eliza/Peggy) {women}:]

You want a revolution? I want a revelation (New York! In New York!) {Look around, look around the revolution’s happening}

So listen to my declaration:

[Angelica/Eliza/Peggy (Women Ensemble):]

We hold these truths to be self evident that all men are created equal (Look around, look around)

Whoo! (At how lucky we are to be alive right now)

[Full Company:]

Look around, look around at how lucky we are to be alive right now!

History is happening in Manhattan and we just happen to be

[All women:]

In the greatest city in the world

[All men:]

In the greatest city

[Company:]

In the greatest city in the world!

[Company:]

Work, work!

[Angelica:]

Angelica!

[Company:]

Work, work!

[Eliza:]

Eliza!

[Peggy:]

And Peggy!

[Company:]

Work, work!

[Angelica/Eliza/Peggy:]

The Schuyler sisters!

[Company:]

Work, work!

[Angelica/Eliza/Peggy (Company):]

We’re looking for a mind at work! (Work, work!)

Hey! (Work, work!)

Hey! (Work, work!)

[Eliza/Peggy {Angelica} (Company):]

Hey! (Work, work!)

{Whoa!} (Work, work!) (Work, work!)

In the greatest city (Work, work!)

{In the greatest} City in the world {City in the world}

[Company:]

In the greatest city in the world!

Lin-Manuel Miranda Let It Go

[Alexander:]

What in the hell was that?

What in the hell are you doing downtown?

Don’t you know that Burr is going to run against your father to humiliate me and try to bring us down?

I will not let our family be embarrassed like this

I’ll grab a pen and paper, let the whole world know

You swing at my family you better not miss

You better have another punch to throw

[Eliza:]

You could let it go

Stay alive for me

Let it go

Live to fight another day

People will always be critical

They’ll make the personal political

They’ll try to knock you off your pedestal, your pinnacle

Let other people be cynical

Let it go

You’re smiling because you know I’m right

[Alexander:]

Ha!

[Eliza:]

And you know if the president were here he would tell you the same thing

[Alexander:]

No, the president’s not here..

[Washington:]

I heard about Burr

You didn’t kill him did you?

[Alexander:]

Were you here this whole time?

[Washington:]

Let it go

Stay alive for me

[Washington/Eliza:]

Let it go

[Eliza:]

Let it slide right by

[Washington:]

Let it slide right by

[Eliza:]

You don’t have to bring a gun to a knife fight

It’s not a case of your money or your life, right?

[Washington:]

You know you really oughta listen to your wife, right?

[Alexander:]

I know

[Eliza:]

So let it go

[Burr:]

Talk less!

[Ensemble:]

Burr!

[Burr:]

Smile more!

[Ensemble:]

Burr!

[Burr:]

Don’t let ’em know what you’re against or what you’re for!

[Ensemble:]

Burr!

[Burr:]

Shake hands with him!

[Ensemble:]

Burr!

[Burr:]

Charm her!

[Ensemble:]

Ladies and gentlemen welcome Senator Aaron Burr!

[Eliza:]

Ooooh

[Washington:]

Let everybody know

You can take a body blow

Let everybody know

You can learn to let it go

[Eliza:]

Look around, look around at how

Lucky you are to be alive right now

[Washington:]

Let everybody know

You can take a body blow

Let everybody know

You can take a body blow

Let everybody know

You can take a body blow

Let everybody know

You can take a body blow

[Eliza:]

Look around, look around at how

Lucky you are to be alive right now

If somebody tries to lay you low

[Eliza/Washington:]

Let it go

Lin-Manuel Miranda Aaron Burr, Sir

[Company:]

1776. New York City.

[Hamilton:]

Pardon me. Are you Aaron Burr, sir?

[Burr:]

That depends. Who’s asking?

[Hamilton:]

Oh, well, sure, sir

I’m Alexander Hamilton, I’m at your service, sir

I have been looking for you

[Burr:]

I’m getting nervous

[Hamilton:]

Sir…

I heard your name at Princeton. I was seeking an accelerated course of study when I got sort of out of sorts with a buddy of yours. I may have punched him. It’s a blur, sir. He handles the financials?

[Burr:]

You punched the bursar

[Hamilton:]

Yes!

I wanted to do what you did. Graduate in two, then join the revolution. He looked at me like I was stupid, I’m not stupid.

So how’d you do it? How’d you graduate so fast?

[Burr:]

It was my parents’ dying wish before they passed

[Hamilton:]

You’re an orphan. Of course! I’m an orphan

God, I wish there was a war!

Then we could prove that we’re worth more

Than anyone bargained for…

[Burr:]

Can I buy you a drink?

[Hamilton:]

That would be nice

[Burr:]

While we’re talking, let me offer you some free advice

Talk less

[Hamilton:]

What?

[Burr:]

Smile more

[Hamilton:]

Ha

[Burr:]

Don’t let them know what you’re against or what you’re for

[Hamilton:]

You can’t be serious

[Burr:]

You wanna get ahead?

[Hamilton:]

Yes

[Burr:]

Fools who run their mouths off wind up dead

[Laurens:]

Yo yo yo yo yo!

What time is it?

[Laurens/Lafayette/Mulligan:]

Show time!

[Burr:]

Like I said…

[Laurens:]

Show time! Show time! Yo!

I’m John Laurens in the place to be!

A two pints o’ Sam Adams, but I’m workin’ on three, uh!

Those redcoats don’t want it with me!

‘Cause I will pop chick-a pop these cops ’til I’m free!

[Lafayette:]

Oui oui, mon ami, je m’appelle Lafayette!

The Lancelot of the revolutionary set!

I came from afar just to say “Bonsoir!”

Tell the King “Casse toi!” Who’s the best?

C’est moi!

[Mulligan:]

Brrrah brraaah! I am Hercules Mulligan

Up in it, lovin’ it, yes I heard ya mother said, “Come again?”

[Lafayette and Laurens:]

Ayyyyy

[Mulligan:]

Lock up ya daughters and horses, of course

It’s hard to have intercourse over four sets of corsets…

[Lafayette:]

Wow

[Laurens:]

No more sex, pour me another brew, son!

Let’s raise a couple more…

[Laurens/Lafayette/Mulligan:]

To the revolution!

[Laurens:]

Well, if it ain’t the prodigy of Princeton college!

[Mulligan:]

Aaron Burr!

[Laurens:]

Give us a verse, drop some knowledge!

[Burr:]

Good luck with that: you’re takin’ a stand

You spit. I’mma sit. We’ll see where we land

[Lafayette/Mulligan:]

Boooo!

[Laurens:]

Burr, the revolution’s imminent. What do you stall for?

[Hamilton:]

If you stand for nothing, Burr, what’ll you fall for?

[Mulligan/Lafayette/Laurens:]

Ooh

Who are you?

Who are you?

Who are you?

[Mulligan/Lafayette/Laurens:]

Ooh, who is this kid? What’s he gonna do?

Lin-Manuel Miranda My Shot

[Hamilton:]

I am not throwing away my shot!

I am not throwing away my shot!

Hey yo, I’m just like my country

I’m young, scrappy and hungry

And I’m not throwing away my shot!

I’mma get a scholarship to King’s College

I prob’ly shouldn’t brag, but dang, I amaze and astonish

The problem is I got a lot of brains but no polish

I gotta holler just to be heard

With every word, I drop knowledge!

I’m a diamond in the rough, a shiny piece of coal

Tryin’ to reach my goal. My power of speech: unimpeachable

Only nineteen but my mind is older

These New York City streets get colder, I shoulder

Ev’ry burden, ev’ry disadvantage

I have learned to manage, I don’t have a gun to brandish

I walk these streets famished

The plan is to fan this spark into a flame

But damn, it’s getting dark, so let me spell out the name

I am the

[Hamilton/Lafayette/Mulligan/Laurens:]

A-L-E-X-A-N-D

E-R—we are meant to be…

[Hamilton:]

A colony that runs independently

Meanwhile, Britain keeps shittin’ on us endlessly

Essentially, they tax us relentlessly

Then King George turns around, runs a spending spree

He ain’t ever gonna set his descendants free

So there will be a revolution in this century

Enter me!

[Lafayette/Mulligan/Laurens:]

(He says in parentheses)

[Hamilton:]

Don’t be shocked when your hist’ry book mentions me

I will lay down my life if it sets us free

Eventually, you’ll see my ascendancy

[Hamilton (Laurens):]

And I am not throwing away

My shot (My shot)

I am not throwing away

My shot (My shot)

Hey yo, I’m just like my country

I’m young, scrappy and hungry

And I’m not throwing away my shot (And I’m not throwing away my shot)

[Hamilton/Mulligan/Laurens/Lafayette:]

I am not throwing away my shot

I am not throwing away my shot

Hey yo, I’m just like my country

I’m young, scrappy and hungry

And I’m not throwing away my shot

It’s time to take a shot!

[Lafayette:]

I dream of life without a monarchy

The unrest in France will lead to ‘onarchy?

‘Onarchy? How you say, how you say, oh, ‘Anarchy’!

When I fight, I make the other side panicky

With my

[Hamilton/Laurens/Lafayette/Mulligan:]

Shot!

[Mulligan:]

Yo, I’m a tailor’s apprentice

And I got y’all knuckleheads in loco parentis

I’m joining the rebellion ’cause I know it’s my chance

To socially advance, instead of sewin’ some pants!

I’m gonna take a

[Hamilton/Laurens/Lafayette/Mulligan:]

Shot!

[Laurens:]

But we’ll never be truly free

Until those in bondage have the same rights as you and me

You and I. Do or die. Wait till I sally in

On a stallion with the first black battalion

Have another

[Hamilton/Laurens/Lafayette/Mulligan:]

Shot!

[Burr:]

Geniuses, lower your voices

You keep out of trouble and you double your choices

I’m with you, but the situation is fraught

You’ve got to be carefully taught:

If you talk, you’re gonna get shot!

[Hamilton:]

Burr, check what we got

Mister Lafayette, hard rock like Lancelot

I think your pants look hot

Laurens, I like you a lot

Let’s hatch a plot blacker than the kettle callin’ the pot…

What are the odds the gods would put us all in one spot

Poppin’ a squat on conventional wisdom, like it or not

A bunch of revolutionary manumission abolitionists?

Give me a position, show me where the ammunition is!

Oh, am I talkin’ too loud?

Sometimes I get over excited, shoot off at the mouth

I never had a group of friends before

I promise that I’ll make y’all proud

[Laurens:]

Let’s get this guy in front of a crowd

[Hamilton/Laurens/Lafayette/Mulligan/Ensemble:]

I am not throwing away my shot

I am not throwing away my shot

Hey yo, I’m just like my country

I’m young, scrappy and hungry

And I’m not throwing away my shot

I am not throwing away my shot

I am not throwing away my shot

Hey yo, I’m just like my country

I’m young, scrappy and hungry

And I’m not throwing away my shot

[Laurens (Hamilton/Lafayette/Mulligan):]

Ev’rybody sing:

Whoa, whoa, whoa (Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!)

Hey!

Whoa! (Whoa!)

Wooh!!

Whoa! (Whoa!)

Ay, let ’em hear ya!

(Yea!)

Let’s go!

[Laurens (Company):]

(Whoa! Whoa! Whoa!)

I said shout it to the rooftops! (Whoa!)

Said, to the rooftops! (Whoa!)

Come on!

(Yea!)

Come on, let’s go!

[Laurens:]

Rise up!

When you’re living on your knees, you rise up

Tell your brother that he’s gotta rise up

Tell your sister that she’s gotta rise up

[Laurens and Ensemble (Company):]

When are these colonies gonna rise up?

When are these colonies gonna rise up? (Whoa!)

When are these colonies gonna rise up? (Whoa!)

When are these colonies gonna rise up? (Whoa!)

Rise up!

[Hamilton:]

I imagine death so much it feels more like a memory

When’s it gonna get me?

In my sleep? Seven feet ahead of me?

If I see it comin’, do I run or do I let it be?

Is it like a beat without a melody?

See, I never thought I’d live past twenty

Where I come from some get half as many

Ask anybody why we livin’ fast and we laugh, reach for a flask

We have to make this moment last, that’s plenty

Scratch that

This is not a moment, it’s the movement

Where all the hungriest brothers with

Something to prove went.

Foes oppose us, we take an honest stand

We roll like Moses, claimin’ our promised land

And? If we win our independence?

Is that a guarantee of freedom for our descendants?

Or will the blood we shed begin an endless

Cycle of vengeance and death with no defendants?

I know the action in the street is excitin’

But Jesus, between all the bleedin’ ‘n fightin’

I’ve been readin’ ‘n writin’

We need to handle our financial situation

Are we a nation of states? What’s the state of our nation?

I’m past patiently waitin’. I’m passionately

Smashin’ every expectation

Every action’s an act of creation!

I’m laughin’ in the face of casualties and sorrow

For the first time, I’m thinkin’ past tomorrow

[Hamilton and Company:]

And I am not throwing away my shot

I am not throwing away my shot

Hey yo, I’m just like my country

I’m young, scrappy and hungry

And I’m not throwing away my shot

[Hamilton/Laurens/Lafayette/Mulligan (Ensemble):]

We’re gonna rise up! (Not throwing away my shot) Time to take a shot!

We’re gonna rise up! (Not throwing away my shot) Time to take a shot!

We’re gonna (Rise up! Rise up!)

It’s time to take a shot! (Rise up! Rise up!)

It’s time to take a shot! (Rise up!)

It’s time to take a shot! (Rise up!)

Take a shot! Shot! Shot!

A-yo it’s time to take a shot!

Time to take a shot!

And I am not throwing away my

[Company:] Not throwing away my shot!

Lin-Manuel Miranda Ten Things One Thing

[Male Company:]

One two three four

[Full Company (except Hamilton and Burr):]

Five six seven eight nine…

[Burr:]

There are ten things you need to know

[Company:]

Number one!

[Burr:]

We rode across the Hudson at dawn

My friend, William P. Van Ness signed on as my…

[Company:]

Number two!

[Burr:]

Hamilton arrived with his crew

Nathaniel Pendleton and a doctor that he knew

[Company:]

Number three!

[Burr:]

I watched Hamilton examine the terrain

I wish I could tell you what was happ’ning in his brain

Just apologize, we have worthier pursuits!

[Company:]

Most disputes die and no one shoots!

Number four!

[Burr:]

Hamilton drew first position

Looking to the world like a man on a mission

This is a soldier with a marksman’s ability

The doctor turned around so he could have deniability

[Company:]

Five!

[Burr:]

Now, I didn’t know this at the time

But we were…

In the same spot

Your son died, is that why

[Hamilton:]

In the same spot

My son died, is that why

[Company:]

Six!

[Burr:]

He examined his gun with such rigor?

I watched as he methodically fiddled with the trigger

[Company:]

Seven!

[Burr:]

Confession time? Here’s what I got:

My fellow soldiers’ll tell you I’m a terrible shot

[Company:]

Number eight!

[Burr/Hamilton/Ensemble Men:]

Your last chance to negotiate

Send in your seconds, see if they can set the record straight

[Burr:]

They won’t teach you this in your classes

But look it up, Hamilton was wearing his glasses

Why? If not to take deadly aim?

That’s when I realized this was not a game

I had only one thought before the slaughter:

This man will not make an orphan of my daughter

[Company:]

Number nine!

[Burr:]

Look him in the eyes, aim no higher

Summon all the courage you require

Then count:

[Company:]

One two three four five six seven eight nine

[Burr And Company:]

He aims his pistol at the sky…

[Burr:]

Wait!

[Company:]

Nine eight seven six five

[Male Company:]

Four three two…

[Hamilton:]

One last thought

[Company:]

Number one!

[Hamilton:]

Before we got in the boat to cross the Hudson

I stopped to write a note

Actually I wrote…

[Hamilton And Company:]

Two!

[Hamilton:]

Just in case I didn’t make it through

I want the world to know what I intended to do

[Company:]

Number three!

[Hamilton:]

If I shoot first, and throw it away

He has to yield, we both get to live another day

I know this puts me in a difficult spot

But I’ve got to throw away my shot

[Company:]

Number four!

[Hamilton:]

I get lucky, I draw first position

I stand facing east as I load my ammunition

The sun is in my eyes, I am almost giddy

As I watch it slowly rise over my New York City

[Company:]

Five!

[Hamilton:]

I start to shake when I realize

That we are…

In the same spot

My son died, is that why

[Burr:]

In the same spot

Your son died, is that why

[Company:]

Six!

[Hamilton:]

I examine the gun that we shared?

Philip never hurt a soul, he must’ve been so scared

[Company:]

Seven!

[Hamilton:]

My Eliza is still asleep

I left her a letter, I could’ve written it better

[Company:]

Number eight!

[Burr/Hamilton/Ensemble men:]

Your last chance to negotiate

Send in your seconds, see if they can set the record straight

[Hamilton:]

I put on my glasses, so I can see if Burr is softening

I see him glaring back at me

He’s always hated dueling, hated confrontation

I never had his instinct for self-preservation

I feel a sense of calm fill me

It’s not in his political interest to kill me

[Company:]

Nine!

[Hamilton:]

My last thought is of Eliza

Maybe I can get back home before she opens her eyes

They put us through our paces, we count to ten

God, I can’t wait to see her again

[Company:]

One two three four five six seven eight nine

[Burr and Company:]

He aims his pistol at the sky…

[Burr:]

Wait!

Lin-Manuel Miranda Cabinet Battle #2

[Washington:]

The issue on the table: France is on the verge of war with England

And do we provide aid and our troops to our French allies or do we stay out of it?

Remember, my decision on this matter is not subject to congressional approval

The only person you have to convince is me

Secretary Jefferson, you have the floor, sir

[Jefferson:]

When we were on death’s door, when we were needy

We made a promise, we signed a treaty

We needed money and guns and half a chance

Who provided those funds?

[Madison:]

France

[Jefferson:]

In return, they didn’t ask for land

Only a promise that we’d lend a hand

And stand with them if they fought against oppressors

And revolution is messy but now is the time to stand

Stand with our brothers as they fight against tyranny

I know that Alexander Hamilton is here and he

Would rather not have this debate

I’ll remind you that he is not Secretary of State

He knows nothing of loyalty

Smells like new money, dresses like fake royalty

Desperate to rise above his station

Everything he does betrays the ideals of our nation

[Ensemble:]

Ooh!

[Jefferson:]

Hey, and if ya don’t know, now ya know, Mr. President

[Washington:]

Thank you, Secretary Jefferson. Secretary Hamilton, your response

[Hamilton:]

You must be out of your Goddamn mind if you think

The President is gonna bring the nation to the brink

Of meddling in the middle of a military mess

A game of chess, where France is Queen and Kingless

We signed a treaty with a King whose head is now in a basket

Would you like to take it out and ask it?

“Should we honor our treaty, King Louis’ head?”

“Uh… do whatever you want, I’m super dead.”

[Washington:]

Enough! Enough. Hamilton is right

[Jefferson:]

Mr. President—

[Washington:]

We’re too fragile to start another fight

[Jefferson:]

But sir, do we not fight for freedom?

[Washington:]

Sure, when the French figure out who’s gonna lead ’em

[Jefferson:]

The people are leading

[Washington:]

The people are rioting

There’s a difference. Frankly, it’s a little disquieting you would let your ideals blind you to reality

Hamilton

[Hamilton:]

Sir

[Washington:]

Draft a statement of neutrality

[Jefferson:]

Did you forget Lafayette?

[Hamilton:]

What?

[Jefferson:]

Have you an ounce of regret?

You accumulate debt, you accumulate power

Yet in their hour of need, you forget

[Hamilton:]

Lafayette’s a smart man, he’ll be fine

And before he was your friend, he was mine

If we try to fight in every revolution in the world, we never stop

Where do we draw the line?

[Jefferson:]

So quick-witted

[Hamilton:]

Alas, I admit it

[Jefferson:]

I bet you were quite a lawyer

[Hamilton:]

My defendants got acquitted

[Jefferson:]

Yeah. Well, someone oughta remind you

[Hamilton:]

What?

[Jefferson:]

You’re nothing without Washington behind you

[Washington:]

Hamilton!

[Jefferson:]

Daddy’s calling!

Lin-Manuel Miranda Found/Tonight

[Ben Platt:]

We may not yet have reached our glory

But I will gladly join the fight

And when our children tell their story

They’ll tell the story of tonight

They’ll tell the story of tonight

Tonight

[Lin-Manuel Miranda:]

Have you ever felt like nobody was there?

Have you ever felt forgotten in the middle of nowhere?

Have you ever felt like you could disappear?

Like you could fall, and no one would hear?

[Ben Platt:]

Well, let that lonely feeling wash away

[Lin-Manuel Miranda:]

All we see is light

[Ben Platt:]

‘Cause maybe there’s a reason to believe you’ll be okay

[Lin-Manuel Miranda:]

For forever

[Ben Platt:]

‘Cause when you don’t feel strong enough to stand

You can reach, reach out your hand

And oh

[Lin-Manuel Miranda:]

Raise a glass to freedom

Something they can never take away

[Ben Platt:]

Oh

[Lin-Manuel Miranda:]

No matter what they tell you

[Ben Platt:]

Someone will coming running

They’ll take you home

[Lin-Manuel Miranda:]

Raise a glass to all of us

[Both:]

Tomorrow there’ll be more of us

[Lin-Manuel Miranda:]

Telling the story of tonight

[Ben Platt:]

Out of the shadows

[Ben Platt (Lin-Manuel Miranda):]

The morning is breaking (they’ll tell the story of)

And all is new (tonight)

[Lin-Manuel Miranda:]

All is new

[Ben Platt:]

All is new

[Lin-Manuel Miranda:]

It’s only a matter of

[Both:]

Time

Even when the dark comes crashing through

When you need a friend to carry you

When you’re broken on the ground

You will be found

So let the sun come streaming in

‘Cause you’ll reach up and you’ll rise again

If you only look around

You will be found

[Lin-Manuel Miranda:]

And when our children tell their story

[Ben Platt:]

You will be found

[Lin-Manuel Miranda:]

They’ll tell the story of tonight

[Ben Platt:]

Oh

[Lin-Manuel Miranda:]

No matter what they tell you

[Ben Platt:]

Tomorrow there’ll be more of us

[Both:]

Telling the story of tonight

The story of tonight

Lin-Manuel Miranda History Has Its Eyes On You

[Washington:]

I was younger than you are now

When I was given my first command

I led my men straight into a massacre

I witnessed their deaths firsthand

I made every mistake

And felt the shame rise in me

And even now I lie awake

[Washington (Laurens/Mulligan):]

Knowing history has its eyes on me (Whoa oh oh…)

(Whoa…)

(Whoa…)

(Yeah)

[Hamilton/Washington (Company):]

History has its eyes on me (Whoa oh oh…)

(Whoa…)

(Whoa…)

(Yeah)

[Washington:]

Let me tell you what I wish I’d known

When I was young and dreamed of glory

You have no control

[Washington And Company:]

Who lives, who dies, who tells your story

[Washington:]

I know that we can win

I know that greatness lies in you

But remember from here on in

[Washington/Hamilton and men (Ensemble):]

History has its eyes on you (Whoa oh oh…)

(Whoa…)

(Whoa…)

[Full Company:]

History has its eyes on you

Lin-Manuel Miranda The Reynolds Pamphlet

[Full Company:]

The Reynolds Pamphlet

[Jefferson/Madison/Angelica:]

Have you read this?

[Burr/Jefferson/Madison:]

Alexander Hamilton had a torrid affair

And he wrote it down right there

[Madison:]

Highlights!

[Hamilton/Jefferson:]

The charge against me

Is a connection with one

([With James:] James Reynolds!)

For purposes of

Improper speculation

([With Burr:] My real crime is an amorous connection with his wife)

For a considerable time

With his knowing consent

[Madison/Burr/Jefferson:]

Damn!

[Hamilton/Jefferson/Madison:]

“I had frequent meetings with her

Most of them at my own house.”

[Burr:]

At his own house!

[Madison:]

At his own house!

[Deep voice:]

Damn!

[Hamilton/Jefferson:]

“Mrs. Hamilton with our children being absent

On a visit to her father.”

[Madison/Burr:]

No…

[Company:]

Boooo!

[Madison/Burr:]

Have you read this?

[Jefferson:]

Well, he’s never gon’ be President now

[Madison/Burr:]

Never gon’ be President now

[Jefferson:]

Well, he’s never gon’ be President now

[Madison/Burr:]

Never gon’ be President now

[Jefferson:]

He’s never gon’ be President now

[Madison/Burr:]

Never gon’ be President now

[Jefferson:]

That’s one less thing to worry about

[Jefferson/Madison/Burr:]

That’s one less thing to worry about

[Angelica:]

I came as soon as I heard

[Jefferson:]

What?!

[Hamilton:]

Angelica

[Company:]

All the way from London?!

Damn

[Hamilton:]

Angelica, thank God

Someone who understands what I’m struggling here to do

[Angelica:]

I’m not here for you

[Ensemble:]

Oooooh!

[Angelica:]

I know my sister like I know my own mind

You will never find anyone as trusting or as kind

I love my sister more than anything in this life

I will choose her happiness over mine every time

Put what we had aside

I’m standing at her side

You could never be satisfied

God, I hope you’re satisfied

[Jefferson/Madison/Burr (Ensemble Men):]

He’s never gon’ be President now

(Never gon’ be President now)

He’s never gon’ be President now

(Never gon’ be President now)

He’s never gon’ be President now

(Never gon’ be President now)

That’s one less thing to worry about

(That’s one less thing to worry about)

[Ensemble Women (Ensemble Men:]

He’s never gon’ be President now (He’s never gon’ be President now)

[Jefferson/Madison:] Hey! At Least He Was Honest With Our Money! ([Hamilton:] Hey! At Least I Was Honest With Our Money!)

He’s never gon’ be President now (He’s never gon’ be President now)

He’s never gon’ be President now (He’s never gon’ be President now)

[Jefferson/Madison:] Hey! At Least He Was Honest With Our Money! ([Hamilton:] Hey! At Least I Was Honest With Our Money!)

That’s one less thing to worry about

[Full Company:]

That’s one less thing to worry about!

The Reynolds Pamphlet

[Jefferson/Madison/Burr:]

Have you read this?

You ever see somebody ruin their own life?

[Company (except Hamilton/Eliza):]

His poor wife