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  1. Hamilton the Musical - Alexander Hamilton Lyrics "Alexander Hamilton" is a song from the Broadway musical Hamilton performed by Leslie Odom Jr. (Burr), Anthony Ramos (Laurens), Daveed Diggs (Jefferson), Okieriete Onaodowan (Madison), Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton), Phillipa Soo (Eliza), Christopher Jackson (Washington) and other Cast. AARON BURR:

  2. In New York you can be a new man (x4) In New York (New York) Just you wait (x3) Alexander Hamilton We are waiting in the weeds for you You could never back down You never learned to take your time Alexander Hamilton America Sings for you Do they know what you overcame Do they know you control your name

  3. The world's gonna know your name. What's your name, man?" [Alexander Hamilton:] Alexander Hamilton My name is Alexander Hamilton And there's a million things I haven't done But just you wait, just you wait... [Eliza Hamilton:] When he was ten his father split, full of it, debt-ridden Two years later, see Alex and his mother bed-ridden

  4. Apr 26, 2004 · Alexander Hamilton had a way with words, as does Ron Chernow. While Hamilton is a brick of a book, it was an interesting, thorough look at the life of a Founding Father: his upbringing, his challenges - both personal and professional, his accomplishments, of course, his fatal duel with Aaron Burr, and his lasting impact on the foundation of ...

  5. Though Hamilton desires a command and to fight on the front lines, he recognizes the opportunity Washington offers him, and accepts a position as his aide-de-camp ("Right Hand Man Lyrics"). In the winter of 1780, the men attend a ball given by Philip Schuyler, and Hamilton sets his sights on the man's daughters ("A Winter's Ball Lyrics").

  6. Sep 25, 2015 · [ANGELICA] He’s after me cuz I’m a Schuyler sister That elevates his status, I’d Have to be naïve to set that aside Maybe that is why I introduce him to Eliza Now that’s his bride Nice ...

  7. Sep 25, 2015 · [BURR] Now I didn’t know this at the time But we were— [BURR AND PHILIP & HAMILTON] Near the same spot (Near the same spot) Your son died, is that (My son died, is that) Why—(Why ...

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