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Some of the best act-closing numbers from musicals.

one day more - les miserables / a light in the dark - next to normal / i remember how those boys could dance - carrie the musical / sante fe - newsies / this time next year - sunset boulevard / who i’d be - shrek the musical / our love is god - heathers / pretty funny - dogfight / now (it’s just the gas) - little shop of horrors / i’ve never been in love before - guys and dolls / bring it on - bring it on / defying gravity - wicked / ever after - into the woods / i believe - spring awakening / man up - the book of mormon / to dance again - a very potter musical / quintet - west side story / happy ending - twisted / i am what i am - la cage aux folles / so much better - legally blonde / there’s a fine, fine line - avenue q / this world will remember us - bonnie and clyde / marry me a little - company / the book report - you’re a good man, charlie brown / bottom’s gonna be on top - something rotten! / everything’s coming up roses - gypsy / status quo - starship / a little priest - sweeney todd / pinball wizard - the who’s tommy / non-stop - hamilton

Tony Award Winning Best Score listen

my favorite song from each of the tony award winning musicals for best original score for the past 20 years (1995-2015)

this time next year - sunset boulevard - 1995 / la vie boheme - rent - 1996 / barrett’s song - titanic - 1997 / ragtime - ragtime - 1998 / this is not over yet - parade - 1999 / my strongest suit - aida - 2000 / keep it gay - the producers - 2001 / run, freedom, run - urinetown - 2002 / you can’t stop the beat - hairspray - 2003 / for now - avenue q - 2004 / statues and stories -the light in the piazza - 2005 / show off -the drowsy chaperone - 2006 / bitch of living - spring awakening - 2007 / 96000 - in the heights - 2008 / light - next to normal - 2009 / 21 guns - american idiot - 2010 / all-american prophet - the book of mormon - 2011 / the world will know - newsies - 2012 / raise you up/just be - kinky boots - 2013 / wig in a box - hedwig and the angry inch - 2014 / ring of keys - fun home - 2015 /

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I felt like I wasn’t supposed to be there, like nobody really was supposed to be there anymore.

Have Yourself a Merry Broadway Christmas - a fanmix of christmas show tunes  

for wonderful Alex (sutton-claus)!

A New Deal For Christmas - Annie // Lovers on Christmas Eve I Love My Wife // Almost Christmas - A Little Princess // Christmas Day  - Promises, Promises // Merry Christmas Maggie Thatcher - Billy Elliot // Christmas Is My Favorite Time Of Year - Catch Me If You Can // Christmas Bells - Rent // The Schmuel Song - The Last Five Years // The Perfect Year - Sunset Boulevard // Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas - Meet Me In St. Louis // We Need A Little Christmas -Mame The Musical

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Fic: The Perfect Year

[The first segment of this fic was originally posted back in 2014, I’m posting the whole thing now as a completed one-shot.]

Summary: A very belated sequel to Mistletoe and WineAs Christmas comes to the quiet town of Storybrooke, school librarian Belle finds herself increasingly drawn to the reclusive Mr Gold. And what better time for Gold to make a new start than with a new year?

@woodelf68, sorry you had to wait two years for a conclusion to this fic…

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I don’t need a crowded ballroom, everything I need is here.
If you’re with me, this year will be,
The Perfect Year

Lyrics from ‘The Perfect Year’ from Sunset Boulevard.

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The Perfect Year

Christmas Eve. The most magical night of the year, when children up and down the country were shepherded off to bed by their frantic and frazzled parents, hoping to be able to catch a glimpse of Father Christmas in his sleigh overhead, like a shooting star silhouetted against the moon.

Christmas Eve, when carollers sang and continental Europe feasted and exchanged gifts. Soon the church in the little town of Storybrooke would open its doors for the crib service, where mulled wine flowed in force and festive spirit coated everything in a sense of warmth and togetherness.

Christmas Eve, the one night of the year that Gold hated above all others. He despised and loathed it more than he could describe, and yet, in his own grim way, he still celebrated it.

Dusk was falling, it was time to light the candles. The townsfolk often wondered at the lantern that hung outside his front door; only ever lit on one night of the year, but on that one night it was lit without fail, in all weathers. Tonight, the weather was simply cold. There was fresh snow on the ground from a brief flurry earlier in the afternoon, but it had since settled, leaving the air crisp, dry and frosty as he ventured onto the porch with matches in hand and took down the lantern from where it hung beside the front door.

“Mr Gold!”

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