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Guess the Hamilton Song #44

Guess the song from the Hamilton Musical, the first 500 words.
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Lyric
One,
two,
three,
four,
five,
six,
seven,
eight,
nine
There
are
ten
things
you
need
to
know
(Number
one!)
We
rowed
across
the
Hudson
at
dawn
My
friend,
William
P.
Van
Ness
signed
on
as
my
(Number
two!)
Hamilton
arrived
with
his
crew
Nathaniel
Pendelton
and
a
doctor
that
he
knew
(Number
three!)
I
watched
Hamilton
examine
the
terrain
I
wish
I
could
tell
you
what
was
happening
in
his
brain
This
man
has
poisoned
my
political
pursuits!
Most
disputes
die
and
no
one
Lyric
shoots
(Number
four!)
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
(Five!)
Now
I
didn't
know
this
at
the
time
But
we
were
near
the
same
spot
my
(your)
son
died,
is
that
why?
(Six!)
He
examined
his
gun
with
such
rigor?
I
watched
as
he
methodically
fiddled
with
the
trigger
Confession
time?
Here's
what
I
got
My
fellow
soldiers'll
tell
Lyric
you
I'm
a
terrible
shot
(Number
eight!)
Your
last
chance
to
negotiate
Send
in
your
seconds,
see
if
they
can
set
the
record
straight
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?
It's
him
or
me,
the
world
will
never
be
the
same
I
had
only
one
thought
before
the
slaughter
This
man
will
not
make
an
orphan
of
my
daughter
(Number
nine!)
Look
him
in
the
Lyric
eyes,
aim
no
higher,
Summon
all
the
courage
you
require
Then
count
(One,
two,
three,
four,
five,
six,
seven,
eight,
nine
Number-
ten
paces,
fire!)
I
imagine
death
so
much
it
feels
more
like
a
memory
Is
this
where
it
gets
me,
on
my
feet,
sev'ral
feet
ahead
of
me?
I
see
it
coming,
do
I
run
or
fire
my
gun
or
let
it
be?
There
is
no
beat,
no
melody
Burr,
my
first
friend,
my
enemy
Maybe
the
last
face
I
ever
Lyric
see
If
I
throw
away
my
shot,
is
this
how
you'll
remember
me?
What
if
this
bullet
is
my
legacy?
Legacy,
what
is
a
legacy?
It's
planning
seeds
in
a
garden
you
never
get
to
see
I
wrote
some
notes
at
the
beginning
of
a
song
someone
will
sing
for
me
America,
you
great
unfinished
symphony,
you
sent
for
me
You
let
me
make
a
difference,
a
place
where
even
orphan
immigrants
Can
leave
their
fingerprints
and
rise
up
I'm
running
out
of
Lyric
time,
I'm
running,
and
my
time's
up
WIse
up,
eyes
up
I
catch
a
glimpse
of
the
other
side
Laurens
leads
a
soldiers'
chorus
on
the
other
side
My
son
is
on
the
other
side
He's
with
my
mother
on
the
other
side
Washington
is
watching
from
the
other
side
Teach
me
how
to
say
goodbye
Rise
up,
rise
up,
rise
up,
Eliza!
My
love,
take
your
time
I'll
see
you
on
the
other
side
Raise
a
glass
to
freedom
He
aims
his
1 Comments
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Level 44
May 2, 2023
Pendleton not Pendelton and also planting not planning