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Guess the Hamilton Song #17

Guess the song from the Hamilton Musical.
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Lyric
One,
Two,
Three,
Four,
Five,
Six,
Seven,
Eight,
Nine.
It's
the
ten
duel
commandments.
It's
the
ten
duel
commandments.
Number
One!
The
challenge,
demand
satisfaction.
If
they
apologize,
no
need
for
further
action.
Number
Two!
If
they
don't.
grab
a
friend,
that's
your
second.
Your
Lieutenant,
when
Lyric
there's
reckoning
to
be
reckoned.
Number
Three!
Have
your
seconds
meet
face
to
face.
Negotiate
a
peace.
Or
negotiate
a
time
and
place.
This
is
commonplace,
'specially
'tween
recruits.
Most
disputes
die
and
no
one
shoots.
Number
Four!
If
they
don't
reach
a
peace,
that's
alright.
Time
Lyric
to
get
some
pistols
and
a
doctor
on
site.
You
pay
him
in
advance,
you
treat
him
with
civility.
You
have
him
turn
around,
so
he
can
have
deniability.
Five!
Duel
before
the
sun
is
in
the
sky,.
Pick
a
place
to
die
where
it's
high
and
Lyric
dry.
Number
Six!
Leave
a
note
for
your
next
of
kin.
Tell
'em
where
you
been.
Pray
that
Hell
or
Heaven
let's
you
in.
Seven!
Confess
your
sins.
Ready
for
the
moment
of
adrenaline.
When
you
finally
face
your
opponent.
Number
Eight!
Your
last
chance
to
negotiate.
Lyric
Send
in
your
seconds.
See
if
they
can
set
the
record
straight.
Alexander.
Aaron
Burr,
sir.
Can
we
agree
that
duels
are
dumb
and
immature?
Sure.
But
your
man
has
to
answer
for
his
words,
Burr.
With
his
life?
We
both
know
that's
absurd,
sir.
Hang
on,
Lyric
how
many
men
died
because
Lee
was
inexperienced
and
ruinous?
Okay,
so
we're
doing
this.
Number
Nine!
Look
him
in
the
eye,
aim
no
higher.
Summon
all
the
courage
you
require.
Then
count.
One,
Two,
Three,
Four,
Five,
Six,
Seven,
Eight,
Nine.
Number
(Ten
paces!)
Fire!
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