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My favorite Off Broadway Hamilton (Workshop) lyrics that didn’t make into the Broadway version (Part 2) (Part 3)

Bonus:

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The most special moment for me in my entire Hamilton run was the moment I came downstage and turned to the three guys and sang, “Raise a glass to freedom, something they can never take away no matter what they tell you” and the audience roared at that line and clapped. That had never happened before. That right there was the moment I said, “Everything’s going to be alright and we’re all in this together, no matter who the president is, and we can never forget that.” - Anthony Ramos

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H A M I L T O N
Lin-Manuel Miranda

Legacy. What is a legacy? It’s planting 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 time. I’m running, and my time’s up! Wise up! Eyes up! I catch a glimpse of the other side. Laurens leads a soldier's’ 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…

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Two sides of the same coin 

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Alexander Hamilton died on July 12, 1804