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wicked songs: a summary
  • no one mourns the wicked:your un-problematic fave was murdered
  • dear old shiz:college frick yeah
  • the wizard and i:the let-me-belt-in-your-face song
  • what is the feeling?:lesbians or worst enemies? the world may never know
  • something bad:environmentalists be like
  • dancing through life:fuck school
  • popular:what not to wear the musical
  • i'm not that girl:fuck blonde white girls
  • one short day:lesbian vacations
  • a sentimental man:never trust old straight white men
  • defying gravity:the let-me-belt-in-your-face song pt. 2
  • thank goodness:weddings can't hide depression
  • wonderful:what did i say about not trusting old straight white men?
  • i'm not that girl:fuck beautiful green girls
  • as long as you're mine:sexy time in the forest
  • no good deed:fiyEEEROOOOOOOOOOOOOO
  • march of the witch hunters:obligatory wizard of oz references
  • for good:lesbians, definitely lesbians
  • finale:gross sobbing
Out There (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
  • Out There (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
  • Aaron Tveit (2.13.16)
  • Defying Gravity: The Songs of Stephen Schwartz Concert
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Aaron Tveit singing ‘Out There’ from The Hunchback of Notre Dame from the Defying Gravity: Songs of Stephen Schwartz concert, Sydney Australia.

Did You Know?

Stephen Schwartz had envisioned Kristin Chenoweth as G(a)linda as writing her, but had written the vocal range for an alto/mezzo-soprano. However upon Kristin’s agreeing to the part, they changed her vocal ranges.
Whenever G(a)linda is acting as though she is perfect and good, she uses a classical soprano voice.
Whenever G(a)linda is being herself, she uses more of a mezzo-soprano voice.

As Long As You're Mine / In Whatever Time We Have
  • As Long As You're Mine / In Whatever Time We Have
  • Aaron Tveit & Sutton Foster (2.13.16)
  • Defying Gravity: The Songs of Stephen Schwartz Concert
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Aaron Tveit & Sutton Foster singing an amazing mashup of Wicked’s “As Long As You’re Mine” and Children of Eden’s “In Whatever Time We Have” at the Defying Gravity: Songs of Stephen Schwartz Concert, Sydney Australia. 

“The Hunchback of Notre Dame is one of my absolute favorite Disney films. I love that it’s so dark and so different than all the other Disney movies and I really commend the company for being brave enough to make it with so many heavy, underlying adult themes. Also, the music is flawless and definitely some of Alan Menken and Stephen Schwartz’s best work.”