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  1. Aaron Burr, Sir
    • -I have been looking for you
    • -You punched the bursar
  2. The Story of Tonight
    • -Raise a glass to the four of us
  3. Farmer Refuted
    • -Don’t modulate the key then not debate with me!
    • -A message from the King!
  4. Helpless
    • -We were at a revel with some rebels on a hot night
    • -Laughin’ at my sister as she’s dazzling the room
    • -I’m about to change your life
  5. Satisfied
    • -Now everyone give it up for the maid of honor
    • -My father has no sons so I’m the one
  6. The Story of Tonight (Reprise)
    • -There’s hope for our ass, after all!
    • -I didn’t think that you would make it
  7. Wait for It
    • -My mother was a genius
  8. Meet Me Inside
    • -Here comes the General!
    • -Go home, Alexander
  9. That Would Be Enough
    • -I wrote to the General a month ago
  10. Yorktown (The World Turned Upside Down)
    • -Laurens is in South Carolina, redefining brav’ry
    • -After a week of fighting
  11. Tomorrow There'll Be More Of Us
    • -Alexander? There's a letter for you.
  12. Non-Stop
    • -Sir, do you want me to run the Treasury or State department?
  13. Take A Break
    • -I have a sister, but I want a little brother
  14. Schuyler Defeated
    • -You changed parties to run against my father-in-law
  15. Washington On Your Side
    • -If we follow the money and see where it leads
  16. One Last Time
    • -No, he’s stepping down so he can run for President
  17. The Adams Administration
    • -Adams fires Hamilton
  18. We Know
    • -We have the check stubs.
  19. Hurricane
    • -When I was seventeen a hurricane
    • -I was twelve when my mother died
  20. Burn
    • -You forfeit the place in our bed
  21. Blow Us All Away
    • -Take my guns. Be smart. Make me proud, son
  22. The Election of 1800
    • -It's up to Hamilton!
  23. Your Obedient Servant
    • -Here's an itemized list of thirty years of disagreements
  24. The World Was Wide Enough
    • -My fellow soldiers’ll tell you I’m a terrible shot
    • -He aims his pistol at the sky—
  25. Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story
    • -I interview every soldier who fought by your side
    • -I speak out against slavery
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