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Guess the Hamilton Song #31

Guess the song from the Hamilton Musical.
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Lyric
Un,
deux,
trois,
quatre,
cinq,
six,
sept,
huit,
neuf
Un,
deux,
trois,
quatre,
cinq,
six,
sept,
huit,
neuf
Good
Un,
deux,
trois,
quatre,
cinq,
six,
sept,
huit,
neuf
Un,
deux,
trois,
quatre,
cinq,
six,
sept,
huit,
neuf
Sept,
huit,
neuf
(sept,
huit,
neuf)
Sept,
huit.
neuf
(sept,
huif,
neuf)
One,
two,
three,
four,
five,
six,
seven,
eight,
nine
My
dearest
Angelica
Tomorrow
and
tomorrow
and
tomorrow
Creeps
in
this
petty
pace
from
day
to
day
I
trust
you'll
understand
the
reference
to
another
Scottish
Lyric
tragedy
Without
my
having
to
name
the
play
They
think
me
Macbeth,
ambition
is
my
folly
I'm
a
polymath,
a
pain
in
the
ass,
a
massive
pain
Madison
a
Banquo
Jefferson's
Macduff
And
Birnam
Wood
is
Congress
on
its
way
to
Dunsinane
And
there
you
are
an
ocean
away
Do
you
have
to
live
an
ocean
away?
Thoughts
of
you
subside
Then
I
get
another
letter
And
I
cannot
put
the
notion
away
Take
a
break
I
am
on
my
way
There's
a
little
Lyric
surprise
before
supper
and
it
cannot
wait
I'll
be
there
in
just
a
minute,
save
my
plate
Alexander
Okay,
okay
Your
son
is
nine
years
old
today
He
has
something
to
say
He's
been
practicing
all
day
Philip,
take
it
away
Daddy,
daddy,
look
My
name
is
Philip
I
am
a
poet
I
wrote
this
poem
just
to
show
it
And
I
just
turned
nine
You
can
write
rhymes
but
you
can't
write
mine
What!
I
practice
French
and
play
piano
with
my
Lyric
mother
Uh-
huh
I
have
a
sister
but
I
want
a
little
brother
Okay
My
daddy's
trying
to
start
America's
bank
Un,
deux,
trois,
quatre,
cinq!
Bravo!
Take
a
break
Hey,
our
kid
is
pretty
great
Run
away
with
us
for
the
summer
Let's
go
upstate
Eliza,
I've
got
so
much
on
my
plate
We
can
all
go
stay
with
my
father
There's
a
lake
I
know
I
know
In
a
near
by
park
I'd
love
to
go
You
and
I
can
go
Lyric
when
the
night
gets
dark
I
will
try
to
get
away
My
dearest
Alexander,
you
must
get
through
to
Jefferson
Sit
down
with
him
and
compromise
Don't
stop
'til
you
agree
Your
favourite
older
sister
Angelica
reminds
you
There's
someone
in
your
corner
all
the
way
across
the
sea
In
a
letter
I
received
from
you
two
weeks
ago
I
noticed
a
comma
in
the
middle
of
a
phrase
It
changed
the
meaning,
did
you
intend
this?
One
stroke
and
you've
consumed
my
Lyric
waking
days
It
says
"My
dearest,
Angelica"
With
a
comma
after
dearest
You've
written
"My
dearest,
Angelica"
Anyway,
all
this
to
say
I'm
coming
home
this
summer
At
my
sister's
invitation
I'll
be
there
with
your
family
if
you
make
your
way
upstate
I
know
you've
very
busy,
I
know
your
work's
important
But
I'm
crossing
the
ocean
and
I
just
can't
wait
You
won't
be
an
ocean
away
You'll
only
be
a
moment
away
Alexander
come
downstairs,
Angelica's
arriving
today
Angelica!
Eliza!
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