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Guess the Hamilton Song #18

Guess the song from the Hamilton Musical.
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Lyric
The
issue
on
the
table,
France
is
on
the
verge
of
war
with
England
and
do
we
provide
aid
and
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.
When
we
were
on
death's
door,
when
we
were
needy.
We
made
a
promise,
we
Lyric
signed
a
treaty.
We
needed
money
and
guns
and
half
a
chance.
Who
provided
those
funds?
France.
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
Lyric
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
nationn.
Ooh
Hey,
and
if
ya
don't
know,
now
ya
know,
Mister
President.
Thank
you,
Secretary
Jefferson.
Secretary
Hamilton,
your
response.
You
must
be
out
of
your
goddamn
mind
if
you
think
the
President
is
gonna
bring
Lyric
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."
Enough,
Hamilton
is
right.
Mister
President.
We're
too
fragile
to
Lyric
start
another
fight.
But
sir,
do
we
not
fight
for
freedom.
Sure,
when
the
French
figure
out
who's
gonna
lead
'em.
The
people
are
leading.
The
people
are
rioting.
There's
a
difference,
frankly.
It's
a
little
disquieting
you
would
let
your
ideals
blind
you
to
reality.
Hamilton.
Sir.
Draft
a
statement
of
neutrality.
Did
you
forget
Lafayette?
What?
Have
you
an
ounce
of
regret?
You
accumulate
debt,
you
accumulate
power.
Yet
in
their
hour
Lyric
of
need,
you
forget.
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.
So
quick
witted.
Alas,
I
admit
it.
I
bet
you
were
quite
a
lawyer.
My
defendants
got
acquited.
Yeah,
well,
someone
oughta
remind
you.
What.
You're
nothing
without
Washington
behind
you.
Hamilton.
Daddy's
calling.
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