hallelujah baby!

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I heard this arrangement the other day and despite not being religious at all, the lyrics really moved me and I thought they fit too well not to make a post. I imagine they’re all singing to, or about, Noctis.

(I don’t even ship Promptis but it has to be real at this point.)

Ignis has fervently studied a life that was not his own, Gladio can feel when someone’s focus falters on the battlefield, Luna heard so much about the raven-haired boy as he aged and knew how her life would end, and Prompto struggles with the fate he’s been dealt, in terms of his origin and love.

All of these lives circle back to Noctis.


Hallelujah - PENTATONIX

Ignis: Well I heard there was a secret chord

That David played and it pleased the Lord

But you don’t really care for music, do you?

Well it goes like this: the fourth, the fifth

The minor fall and the major lift

The baffled king composing Hallelujah



Gladio: Your faith was strong but you needed proof

You saw her bathing on the roof

Her beauty and the moonlight overthrew you

She tied you to her kitchen chair

She broke your throne and she cut your hair

And from your lips she drew the Hallelujah



Luna: Baby I’ve been here before

I’ve seen this room and I’ve walked this floor (you know)

I used to live alone before I knew you

And I’ve seen your flag on the marble arch

And love is not a victory march

It’s a cold and it’s a broken Hallelujah



Prompto: Maybe there’s a God above

All I’ve ever learned from love

Was how to shoot somebody who outdrew you

And it’s not a cry that you hear at night

It’s not somebody who’s seen the light

It’s a cold and it’s a broken Hallelujah

Well, I heard there was a secret chord
That David played and it pleased the Lord

But you don’t really care for music, do ya?
Well it goes like this:
The fourth, the fifth
The minor fall and the major lift
The baffled king composing Hallelujah

  Hallelujah

Hallelujah

Hallelujah

Hallelujah


Baby, I’ve been here before

I’ve seen this room and I’ve walked this floor
I used to live alone before I knew ya
And I’ve seen your flag on the marble arch
And love is not a victory march
It’s a cold and it’s a broken Hallelujah


Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah


I did my best, it wasn’t much
I couldn’t feel, so I tried to touch
I’ve told the truth, I didn’t come to fool ya
And even though it all went wrong
I’ll stand before the Lord of Song
With nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah


Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelu
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah
Hallelujah


I’m not giving up, and neither should you

—  Kate Mckinnon as Hilary Clinton on SNL
Masterpost of Musicals by Category/Style

You requested it, here it is! Some shows fall into multiple categories based on their style, and many things in the contemporary and pop/rock sections could easily be moved around between sections.  In addition, many modern musicals have aspects of both legit singing and belting, in which case I’ve tried to categorize them based on their overall feel. If you see that I’ve missed a show and want it included, shoot me a message and I’ll get it added!

Note: If you think something is miscategorized, just send me a message!  No big deal!  I certainly haven’t seen all of these shows, so I had to make assumptions based off of what I knew.  I don’t mind corrections at all, and will thank you for respectfully pointing out my mistake!  That being said, I kindly ask that you don’t passive aggressively tag this complaining about how a show is is in the wrong section.  I am so happy to change any mistakes, but being rude about it really serves no purpose.  :)

* indicates the Tony Award winner of Best Musical

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[Lockon | Setsuna | Tieria]

“–That’s why I can read your movements.
         Reflexes combined with intelligence,
                          that’s what makes the ideal Super Soldier!”

So I started watching Gundam 00 recently. Only half of first season and I already got slapped with feels. Then… I’ve acquired new anime boyfriend. This cutie over here! Still the series plot…!!

I ONLY WANT MY BABIES TO BE HAPPY, DAMMIT! ( ;`ヘ´)

I Know You The Way A Ghost Knows It’s Shadow

Originally posted by vaniwin

A/N: Hello friends! This is my first time posting a fic on here, so please be gentle! Reviews and comments welcome!!! Thank you! -G

Warnings: Panic attack (?), angst, fighting, M/M/F, M/M/M/F, fluff (kinda?)

Pairings: Ambreigns x reader, previous Ambrolleigns x reader

She waited for them. Every night she waited. Waited for Dean to come home, waited for Seth to come back. Waited for Roman to take a breath. Waited, staring out the window of whatever hotel they were in that night.

“Hey babe, It’s 2am, Come back to bed. He’ll be back soon.” Roman said, startling her as he wrapped his arms around her. “You know what a street dog our boy is, he’ll be fine.”

“I know,” she sighed, still staring out the window, “I’m just worried. He comes back at ungodly hours of the night and is gone by morning. We barely see him at work and even then he dodges us.”

“I know, baby girl. But what else can we do?”He sighed, resting his chin on her shoulder.

“It’s been months. H-he’s never been off the deep end this long.”

“Se- Rollins hurt him a lot babe, Deano took it the hardest, we knew he would.”

“Don’t do that. Don’t call him that. He’s Seth. He will always be our Seth.”

“Babe-”

“No.” She said turning to face him. “He will always be our Seth.” The door slammed shut, making the two jump. Dean was back.

“So that’s it? You just forgive him like that?” Dean snarled, “That son of a bitch who betrayed me, betrayed us? You just forgive him?” He scoffed, “I’m outta here.”

“Dean, wait-” she started, stepping out of Roman’s arms toward Dean.

“Why? He BETRAYED us. HE WAS OUR BROTHER.” He screamed, whirling around and punching the lamp of the side table. “WE LOVED HIM. I LOVED HIM. ”

“Just calm down for a second-” Roman said calmly, as if he was approaching a wounded animal.

“Fuck off.” Dean said, ripping his arm away from Roman’s touch as if it burned him.

“Y’know what? I’m sick of this. Grow the fuck up, Ambrose! You think we aren’t hurting as much as you are?” Roman said, advancing towards him. “ YOU THINK WE DIDN’T LOVE HIM AS MUCH AS YOU DID?” Roman spat pushing Dean.

“I SAID FUCK OFF.” Dean bellowed shoving his hands against Roman’s chest.

“Guys, c’mon-” She tried to push her way in between them.

“NO. YOU THINK YOU ARE THE ONLY ONE’S WHO’S HURTING? NEWSFLASH: YOU’RE NOT. YOU THINK SHE’S HURTING? YOU THINK I’M NOT?”

“Guys please-” She sighed.

“SHUT UP RO. JUST SHUT UP.” He screamed, picking up a suitcase and flinging it over her at Roman, who dodged easily.

“DEAN.” She was never getting that damage deposit back. She hadn’t gotten one back in a while. Screaming and throwing things had become a regular occurrence since Seth had left them.

“GET OVER YOURSELF, JESUS. IT’S NOT ALL ABOUT YOU,” Roman bellowed, “DISAPPEARING FOR HOURS AT A TIME AND PUSHING US AWAY IS NOT HELPING ANYONE.”

“FUCK OFF! YOU DON’T KNOW ME!”

“You’re right. I don’t,” Roman whispered. ”You’re not my brother.”

“Roman stop!” She snapped, to late.

It fell silent save their heavy breathing. She gaped at Roman, who looked just as shocked as she did. Dean looked like he’d just been slapped as he stumbled backwards towards the door before crumpling to his knees in the middle of the room.

“Roman.” She whispered. He had said the exact words Seth had said. And like Seth, he had said it to hurt Dean. Dean looked up at Roman through watery eyes, only seeing rejection not the remorse that was truly there. A sobbed escaped Dean as he clutched the hair near his temples and screamed, rocking back and forth.

“Dean-” Roman squatted low and reached for him, but Dean just sobbed harder and scrambled into the corner, like he expected Roman to hit him, which he probably did.

She sighed, “I got this, go start a bath.” Roman nodded shamefully before heading towards the bathroom, giving the wailing man on the floor a wide berth. “Dean? Baby, can you hear me?” She said softly. No answer. “Dean I’m going to come sit next to you.” She carefully kneeled down and slowly crawled towards him. His screaming sobs had dissolved to soft whimpers as he rocking back and forth like a child. “You know Rome didn’t mean what he said. That doesn’t make what he said okay, but he didn’t mean it.” She gingerly placed her small hand on Dean’s knee. At first he flinched and pushed himself farther into the corner, but after a few minutes he abruptly launched himself into her arms, burying his face in the crook of her neck, sobbing again.

“Oh, baby, I know. Shhhh. I know, I know. I love you, we love you, shhh, oh my baby boy.” She held him, running her hands through his unruly hair, down his back, and back up again. Then she started to sing”

One look at you; my whole life falls in line.

I prayed for you; before I called you mine.

I can’t believe it’s true, sometimes.

I can’t believe it’s true.

I get to love you, it’s the best thing that I’ll ever do.

I get to love you, it’s a promise I’m making to you.

Whatever may come; your heart I will choose.

Forever I’m yours, forever I do.

I get to love you, I get to love you.

The way you love, it changes who I am.

I am undone and I thank God once again.

I can’t believe it’s true, sometimes.

I can’t believe it’s true.

I get to love you, it’s the best thing that I’ll ever do.

I get to love you, it’s a promise I’m making to you.

Whatever may come; your heart I will choose.

Forever I’m yours, forever I do.

I get to love you, I get to love you.

I get to love you, I get to love you.

They say love is a journey, I promise that I’ll never leave.

When it’s too heavy to carry, remember this moment with me.

I get to love you, I get to love you,

I get to love you.

As she finished the song, she looked up and noticed Roman standing in the doorway of the bathroom, silent tears running down his face, the bath long forgotten.

“Oh Rome,” she sighed, gesturing for him to join their heap on the floor. He released a broken sob and took three steps to cross the room before he too crumpled into her.

“I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry,” He sobbed, reaching across her to grasp Dean’s hand, who sniffled but reluctantly accepted the touch, returning the squeeze. She gently smiled and started singing again:

Well, I heard there was a secret chord

That David played and it pleased the Lord

But you don’t really care for music, do you?

Well it goes like this:

The fourth, the fifth, the minor fall and the major lift

The baffled king composing Hallelujah

Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah…

Well your faith was strong but you needed proof

You saw her bathing on the roof

Her beauty and the moonlight overthrew ya

She tied you to her kitchen chair

She broke your throne and she cut your hair

And from your lips she drew the Hallelujah

Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah…

Baby, I’ve been here before

I’ve seen this room and I’ve walked this floor (you know)

I used to live alone before I knew ya

And I’ve seen your flag on the marble arch

And love is not a victory march

It’s a cold and it’s a broken Hallelujah

Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah…

There was a time when you let me know

What’s really going on below

But now you never show that to me, do ya?

But remember when I moved in you

And the holy dove was moving too

And every breath we drew was Hallelujah

Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah, Hallelujah…

Maybe there’s a God above

But all I’ve ever learned from love

Was how to shoot somebody who outdrew ya

And it’s not a cry that you hear at night

It’s not somebody who’s seen the light

It’s a cold and it’s a broken Hallelujah

Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah…

Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah…

Hallelujah, hallelujah, hallelujah

Hallelujah, hallelujah

She looked down at her boys and gently smiled. They had both fallen asleep, their heads resting on her lap, hands clasped tightly together. And she knew they would be fine. They would be just fine.

Daddy Jaebum

Requested~

Daddy Jaebum:

- another dickwad tbh

- to you and everyone else, the boys etc. but not the baby

- fucking protective of his child you’re carrying though

- like rarely lets you leave his sight, bc of the baby

- will ask shit like “do they want anything” or “are they hungry for anything specific” like a fucking dick

- honestly he really does care about you but I don’t know

- afraid to show them feelings he got

- will get pissed off when you don’t tell him about appointments and big milestones

- “my child kicked and you didn’t think to tell me?”

- “I’m sorry but it just doesn’t seem like you care too much, I didn’t think it’d be a problem”

- “it’s a fucking problem!”

- cry and make his ass feel bad

- he’ll go sit on the couch with you and wrap his arm around your shaky shoulders

- kiss your temple and apologize, finally

- “I’m so scared..”

- he’ll get better, little by little

- start asking if there’s something you want to eat but still a bit distant you know

- starts sleeping in the bed with you again hallelujah

- babys a girl

- calls her “my daughter”

- throws his sweaty practice clothes to the side and goes straight for your stomach

- “how’s my daughter doing today, appa’s home now”

- when she comes sorry but he won’t let you hold her

- a meaner version of Jhope

- “No y/n I don’t want you to wake her up”

- Jackson will coax her out of his arms and give you your baby girl

- Jae will pout but he can cry if he wants you dgaf

- literally your daughter looks just like him

- will probably try to call dibs on naming her

- “Jae she’s our fucking child together we name her together”

- pouty Jae

- “fucking rude…”

- “omfg Jackson punch him”

If anyone wants it, here’s the chronological list of women nominated for Best Score at the Tony Awards.

  1. Carolyn Leigh - nominated lyricist for Little Me (1963) and How Now, Dow Jones (1968)
  2. Dorothy Fields - nominated lyricist for Sweet Charity (1966) and Seesaw (1974)
  3. Betty Comden - three-time winning lyricist for Hallelujah, Baby! (1968), On the Twentieth Century (1978), and The Will Rogers Follies (1991), nominated for A Doll’s Life (1983).
  4. Micki Grant - nominated composer/lyricist for Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope (1973) and Working (1978)
  5. Nitra Scharfman - nominated composer/lyricist for The Lieuteannt (1975)
  6. Elizabeth Swados - nominated composer/lyricist for Runaways (1978)
  7. Mary Rodgers - nominated composer for Working (1978)
  8. Susan Birkenhead - nominated lyricist for Working (1978) and Jelly’s Last Jam (1992)
  9. Ellen Fitzhugh - nominated lyricist for Grind (1985)
  10. Barbara Damashek - nominated composer/lyricist for Quilters (1985)
  11. Lynn Ahrens - winning lyricist for Ragtime (1998), nominated for Once on This Island (1991)
  12. Lucy Simon - nominated composer for The Secret Garden (1991)
  13. Marsha Norman - nominated lyricist for The Secret Garden (1991)
  14. Agata Miklaszewska - nominated lyricist for Metro (1992)
  15. Maryna Miklaszewska - nominated lyricist for Metro (1992)
  16. Mary Bracken Phillips - nominated lyricist for Metro (1992)
  17. Ann Duquesnay - nominated composer/lyricist for Bring in ‘da Noise, Bring in ‘da Funk (1996)
  18. Julie Taymor - nominated lyricist for The Lion King (1998)
  19. Jeanine Tesori - winning composer for Fun Home (2015), nominated for Twelfth Night (1999), Thoroughly Modern Millie (2002), Caroline, or Change (2004), and Shrek (2009). 
  20. Sara Light - nominated composer/lyricist for Urban Cowboy (2003)
  21. Martie Maguire - nominated composer/lyricist for Urban Cowboy (2003)
  22. Lauren Lucas - nominated composer/lyricist for Urban Cowboy (2003)
  23. Wanda Mallette - nominated composer/lyricist for Urban Cowboy (2003)
  24. Patti Ryan - nominated composer/lyricist for Urban Cowboy (2003)
  25. Lisa Lambert - winning composer/lyricist for The Drowsy Chaperone (2006)
  26. Brenda Russell - nominated composer/lyricist for The Color Purple (2006)
  27. Allee Willis - nominated composer/lyricist for The Color Purple (2006)
  28. Nell Benjamin - nominated composer/lyricist for Legally Blonde (2007)
  29. Heidi Rodewald - nominated composer for Passing Strange (2008)
  30. Dolly Parton - nominated composer/lyricist for 9 to 5 (2009)
  31. Lucy Prebble - nominated lyricist for Enron (2010)
  32. Cyndi Lauper - winning composer/lyricist for Kinky Boots (2013)
  33. Amanda Green - nominted composer/lyricist for Hands on a Hardbody (2013)
  34. Lisa Kron - winning lyricist for Fun Home (2015)
  35. Edie Brickell - nominated composer/lyricist for Bright Star (2016)
  36. Sara Bareilles - nominated composer/lyricist for Waitress (2016)
Hallelujah Money

Ayyy not like anyone cares but I wanna put some positivity on here about yesterday’s song release. I can’t make a nice insightful analysis of the song because I’m not so great with words and writing. I’ve read a ton of negative and hateful comments towards Gorillaz on all their social medias and it bummed me out. I loved Hallelujah Money; the song is beautiful the video is beautiful and so intense. Benjamin Clementine’s voice is so so powerful in the song and I’m glad I got to discover him as an artist today. I really am thankful Gorillaz are back for phase 4. I’m so excited for what’s coming and yesterday was heart racing for me trying to figure out what they meant by the “transmission”. I wasn’t disappointed. You do you, Gorillaz. Thanks Damon and Jamie and everyone else involved!

So, instead of studying for finals, I have compiled a list of what theatres housed each best actress in a musical Tony win up to this year. Some of these actresses have played return engagements in their roles and others stayed with shows through a theatre change, but I chose not to include those details since that would require a lot more research. So, this list is the theatre each performance originated in. I have listed the theatres as they are named in 2015, or the name they most recently had until they were demolished.

The Richard Rodgers comes in at first with a whopping nine wins. (I found it interesting that Gwen Verdon won all three of her Tonys there).

Eugene O’Neill Theatre:  Grace Hartman - “Angel in the Wings”

Richard Rodgers Theatre: Nanette Fabray  - “Love Life”

                                         Gwen Verdon - “Damn Yankees”

                                         Gwen Verdon - “New Girl in Town”

                                         Thelma Ritter  - “New Girl in Town”

                                         Gwen Verdon - “Redhead”

                                         Helen Gallagher - “No, No, Nanette”

                                         Virginia Capers- “Raisin”

                                         Bebe Neuwirth - “Chicago”

                                         Audra McDonald -“The Gershwin’s Porgy and Bess”

Imperial Theatre: Ethel Merman - “Call Me Madam”

                           Anna Maria Alberghetti - “Carnival!”

                           Jennifer Holliday - “Dreamgirls”

Majestic Theatre: Mary Martin - “South Pacific”

                            Liza Minnelli - “The Act”

Winter Garden Theatre: Rosalind Russell - “Wonderful Town”

                                      Mary Martin - “Peter Pan”

                                      Angela Lansbury - “Mame”

                                      Angela Lansbury - “Gypsy”

                                      Alexis Smith - “Follies”

St. James Theatre: Gertrude Lawrence - “The King and I”

                              Carol Channing - “Hello, Dolly!”

                              Tyne Daly - “Gypsy”

                              Patti LuPone - “Gypsy”

New Century Theatre: Dolores Gray - “Carnival in Flanders”

Shubert Theatre: Judy Holliday - “Bells are Ringing”

                           Barbara Harris - “The Apple Tree”

                           Glynis Johns  - “A Little Night Music”

                           Donna McKechnie - “A Chorus Line”

Lunt-Fontanne Theatre:  Mary Martin - “The Sound of Music”

Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre: Elizabeth Seal - “Irma la Douce”

                                            Donna Murphy - “Passion”

George Abbott Theatre: Diahann Carol - “No Strings”

                                      Patricia Routledge - “Darling of the Day”

Broadway Theatre: Vivien Leigh - “Tovarich”

                              Patti LuPone - “Evita”

                              Lea Sologna - “Miss Saigon”

                              LaChanze - “The Color Purple”

Neil Simon Theatre: Liza Minnelli - “Flora the Red Menace”

                                Dorothy Loudon- “Annie”

                                Donna Murphy - “The King and I”

                                Marissa Jaret Winokur - “Hairspray”

Al Hirschfeld Theatre: Leslie Uggams - “Hallelujah, Baby!”

                                   Chita Rivera - “The Rink”

                                   Joanna Gleason - “Into the Woods”

                                   Faith Prince - “Guys and Dolls”

Mark Hellinger Theatre: Angela Lansbury - “Dear World”

Palace Theatre: Lauren Bacall - “Applause”

                         Lauren Bacall - “Woman of the Year”

                         Heather Headley - “Aida”

Gershwin Theatre: Angela Lansbury - “Sweeney Todd”

                             Idina Menzel - “Wicked”

August Wilson Theatre:  Natalia Makarova - “On Your Toes”

Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre: Bernadette Peters - “Song and Dance”

                                                Cynthia Erivo - “The Color Purple”

Marquis Theatre: Maryann Plunkett - “Me and My Girl”

                           Bernadette Peters- “Annie Get Your Gun”

                           Sutton Foster - “Thoroughly Modern Millie”

Minskoff Theatre:  Ruth Brown - “Black and Blue”

                             Glenn Close - “Sunset Boulevard”

Broadhurst Theatre: Chita Rivera - “Kiss of the Spiderwoman"

Stephen Sondheim Theatre: Natasha Richardson - “Cabaret”

                                             Sutton Foster - “Anything Goes”

                                             Jessie Mueller - “Beautiful”

Lyric Theatre:  Christine Ebersole  -“42nd Street”

Vivian Beaumont Theatre: Victoria Clark - “The Light in the Piazza”

                                          Kelli O’Hara - “The King and I”

Walter Kerr Theatre: Christine Ebersole - “Grey Gardens”

                                 Catherine Zeta-Jones - “A Little Night Music”

Booth Theatre: Alice Riley - “Next to Normal”

Music Box Theatre: Patina Miller - “Pippin”

Less Popular Musicals List

Here are some musicals to look at when picking your next audition song! If you think that I’ve made an error or have left off/included a show that should or shouldn’t be on this list, let me know! This is always a work in progress. The year denotes the year it premiered on Broadway (Off-Broadway specified by a *, West End specified by a #).

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The signs as various verses from Hallelujah

Cancer, Sagittarius // 
“Well I’ve heard there was a secret chord
That David played and it pleased the Lord
But you don’t really care for music, do you?
Well it goes like this:
The fourth, the fifth, the minor fall and the major lift
The baffled king composing Hallelujah”

Leo //

“Your faith was strong but you needed proof
You saw her bathing on the roof
Her beauty and the moonlight overthrew you
She tied you to a kitchen chair
She broke your throne, and she cut your hair
And from your lips she drew the Hallelujah”

Scorpio //

“You say I took the name in vain
I don’t even know the name
But if I did, well really, what’s it to you?
There’s a blaze of light
In every word
It doesn’t matter which you heard
The holy or the broken Hallelujah”

Gemini, Capricorn //

“I did my best, it wasn’t much
I couldn’t feel, so I tried to touch
I’ve told the truth, I didn’t come to fool you
And even though it all went wrong
I’ll stand before the Lord of Song
With nothing on my tongue but Hallelujah”

Libra, Pisces // 

“Baby, I’ve been here before
I’ve seen this room and I’ve walked this floor (you know)
I used to live alone before I knew ya
And I’ve seen your flag on the marble arch
And love is not a victory march
It’s a cold and it’s a broken Hallelujah”

Taurus, Virgo //

“There was a time when you let me know
What’s really going on below
But now you never show that to me, do ya?
But remember when I moved in you
And the holy dove was moving too
And every breath we drew was Hallelujah”

 Aries, Aquarius // 

“Maybe there’s a God above
But all I’ve ever learned from love
Was how to shoot somebody who outdrew ya
And it’s not a cry that you hear at night
It’s not somebody who’s seen the light
It’s a cold and it’s a broken Hallelujah”


Note: there are sources saying there are potentially anywhere from 7-80 verses of this song, but I just drew from the most popular ones.