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Guess the Hamilton Song #19

Guess the song from the Hamilton Musical.
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Lyric
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-
Angelica!
(Work,
work!)
Eliza!
And
Peggy!
(Work,
work!)
The
Schuyler
sisters!
Angelica!
Peggy!
Eliza!
(Work!)
Daddy
said
to
be
Lyric
home
by
sundown.
Daddy
doesn't
need
to
know.
Daddy
said
not
to
go
downtown.
Like
I
said,
you're
free
to
go,
but
look
around,
look
around,
the
revolution's
happening
in
New
York.
New
York.
Angelica.
(Work!)
It's
bad
enough
daddy
wants
to
go
to
war.
People
shouting
in
the
square.
It's
bad
enough
there'll
be
violence
on
our
shore.
New
ideas
in
the
air.
Look
around,
look
around.
Angelica,
remind
me
what
we've
looking
for.
She's
lookin'
for
me!
Eliza,
I'm
lookin'
for
a
Lyric
mind
at
work.
(Work)
I'm
lookin'
for
a
mind
at
work!
(Work)
I'm
lookin'
for
a
mind
at
work!
(Work)
Whoa!
Whoa!
Work!
Woah!
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
searchin'
for
an
urchin
who
can
give
you
ideals?
Burr,
you
disgust
me.
Ah,
so
Lyric
you've
discussed
me.
I'm
a
trust
fund,
you
can
trust
me!
I've
been
reading
Common
Sense
by
Thomas
Paine,
so
men
say
I'm
intense
or
I'm
insane.
You
want
a
revolution?
I
want
a
revelation,
so
listen
to
my
declaration.
"We
hold
these
truths
to
be
self-evident
that
all
men
are
created
equal."
And
when
I
meet
Thomas
Jefferson
(Uhh!)
I'ma
compel
him
to
include
women
in
the
sequel!
(Work!)
Look
around,
look
around
at
how
lucky
we
are
to
be
alive
right
Lyric
now!
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,
in
the
greatest
city
in
the
world!
In
the
greatest
city
in
the
world!
'Cause
I've
been
reading
Common
Sense
by
Thomas
Paine.
(Look
around,
look
around.)
So
men
say
that
I'm
intense
or
I'm
insanse
(history
is
happening
in
New
York)
You
want
a
revolution?
(Look
around,
look
around)
I
want
a
revelation
(New
York)
So
Lyric
listen
to
my
declaration
(it's
happening)
We
hold
these
truths
to
be
self-evident
(look
around,
look
around)
That
all
men
are
created
equal
(at
how
lucky
we
are
to
be
alive
right
now)
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
in
the
greatest
city
in
the
world
(in
the
greatest
city)
In
the
greatest
city
in
the
world!
Angelica!
(Work,
work!)
Eliza!
And
Peggy!
(Work,
1 Comments
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Level 44
Nov 29, 2022
*insane, not insanse