You could never back down, you never learned to take your - TIME
Aaron Burr, Sir:
Talk Less. Smile More.
My Shot: I think ya pants look hot ;)
The Story of Tonight: Raise a glass to freedom…
You want a revolution? I want a revelation!
Is he in Jersey?
You’ll Be Back:
I will kill your friends and family… to remind you of, my, love DA DA DA D-
Right Hand Man:
Burr! Sir? Close the door on your way out.
If you could marry a sister, you’re rich son. Is it a question of if Burr, or which one?
Laughing at my sister cause she wants to form a harem: I’m just saying if you really loved me you would share him.HA!
… He’d be mine. She would say “I’m fine” she’d be lying.
The Story of Tonight (Reprise): You are the worst, Burr
Wait For It: When they died they left no instructions, just a legacy to protect
I’m a general. WEEE!!
Ten Duel Commandents: Okay so we’re doing this…
That Would Be Enough: And if this child shares a fraction of your smile, or a fragment of your mind, look out world, that would be enough.
Guns And Ships:
No one has more resilience or matches my practical tactical BRILLIANCE.
History Has Its Eyes On You:
You have no control who lives, who dies, who tells your story.
Yorktown (The World Turned Upside Down):
Immigrants, we get the job done.
What Comes Next:
Dear Theodosia: I’ll do whatever it takes. I’ll make a million mistakes.
Hamilton wrote THE OTHER FIFTY-ONE
What’d I Miss?:
I guess I basically missed the late 80’s.
Cabinet Battle #1:
Turn around, bend over, I’ll show you where my shoe fits.
Take a Break:
You’ve written “My Dearest, Angelica…. “
Say No To This:
That was my wife who you decided to- fuuu
The Room Where It Happens:
The art of the compromise, hold your nose and close your eyes.
They don’t need to know me they don’t like you.
Cabinet Battle #2:
You must be outta your GODDAMN MIND
Washington On Your Side:
SOUTHERN MOTHERFUCKING DEMOCRATIC REPUBLICANS!!!
One Last Time:
I’m sorry wha-?
I Know Him: They will tear each other into pieces, Jesus Christ this will be fun :D
Siddown John YOU FAT MOTHER——
… We were sick and she was holding me, I couldn’t seem to die.
The Reynolds Pamphlet:
You could never be satisfied, god I hope your satisfied.
You, you, you
Blow Us All Away:
Everything is legal in New Jersey…
Stay Alive (Reprise):
I know, you did everything just right.
It’s Quiet Uptown: Forgiveness. Can you imagine?
The Election of 1800:
Well I’ll be damned…
Your Obedient Servant:
Here’s an itemised list of thirty years of disagreements. Sweet Jesus
The World Was Wide Enough:
America, you great unfinished symphony, you sent for me.
Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story:
Oh I can’t wait to see you again, it’s only a matter of time.
Congratulations: You know why Jefferson can do what he wants? He doesn’t dignify schoolyard taunts with a response
Dear Theodosia (Reprise): We bleed and fight for you, sometimes it seems that’s all we do.
Ten Things, One Thing (I genuinely can’t decide between these five so here you go):
- The sun is in my eyes. I am almost giddy as I watch it slowly rise over my New York City.
- I examine the gun that we shared. Philip never hurt a soul, he must have been so scared.
-I feel a sense of calm fill me, it’s not in his political interest to kill me.
- My Eliza is still asleep. I left her a letter, I could have written it better.
- They put us through our paces, we count to ten. God, I can’t wait to see her again.
Just a quick note to say I didn’t forget Tomorrow There’ll Be More of
Us, I just decided against including it because, in Lin’s own words,
it’s more of a scene than a song. Really it’s just the The Story of
Tonight sung over some quite, uneventful dialouge (very poetic given the content of that dialouge) so I decided to just leave it out. Anyways thanks for reading my random post I guess? Bye bye
Do not turn…away my friend…like a willow…I can bend…
(With Stevie Nicks at the Prudential Center. Photographs by Riff Chorusriff. April 2, 2017….
After finishing “Stand Back,” Nicks interrupted the show. The late Prince Rogers Nelson was on her mind. While she clung to a scarf tied around her mic, a single spotlight stilled the auditorium. She still couldn’t believe he was gone. When she feels nervous before a performance, she admitted that she often calls on him to be with her. And he is.
Nicks met Prince at a party in 1979 where she regretted advising him to be more social. She was grateful he didn’t mention it years later when she had to get in touch with him. Would he mind listening to something she just recorded in the studio? Prince said sure, he’d be right over. As fate would have it, he was only 20 minutes away.
After hearing his “Little Red Corvette” on the radio, Nicks was so inspired she substituted her own lyrics and composed a whole new song. She played it for him. Prince thought it was great. He even added some synth to the verses and a guitar part in the middle–the finishing touches to what became track six on her “Wild Heart” album: “Stand Back.” An hour later, she walked him to his car. As she recalled, it was an appropriately hued purple Camaro.
Over the years, they grew closer. Prince used to call her up when he was worried about her. They’d speak for hours. In the midst of Nicks’ well-chronicled drug addiction, he was there for her. She wishes she could have been there for him too. Continuing to tug at another scarf, she asked the audience to do her a favor. Whenever spinning “Stand Back” or “Little Red Corvette” in the future, notice how they dovetail. And, most importantly, remember her friend.
When she resumed the concert with “Edge of Seventeen,” Nicks honored Prince with a slideshow. It rendered him floating across the stage again like a white-winged dove. The whole thing was bittersweet and transcendent. I snapped the images above from the tribute.)
I’m not going to lie, I’m not really a huge fan of this current story arc with Ms. Marvel with the topic of cyber bulling and bulling in general. At first, it came off as being somewhat corny with a “Computer virus” trying to blackmail Kamala, but Ms. Marvel #16 quickly changed my mind. Not only because of the raised stakes, but an issue they finally addressed with Zoe and Nakia.
First, I love how Ms. Marvel just barges into Zoe’s room. New Jersey is really laid back lol.
The way G. Willow Wilson handled this I thought was very well done. I’m glad it wasn’t done as a cliche where Nakia returns those feelings or where she overreacts. It also shows how much Zoe has changed throughout the series. I totally forgot that she acted differently.