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Vocal Selections

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T H O R O U G H L Y MODERN MILLIE

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Ann& Direaor & T m c Cqw. Christensen Julie Connors David Eggers Aldrin Gonzalez G r e g Goodbrod Jessica Grove Susan Haefner Amy Heggins JoAnn M.P. Nederlander Independent Presenters Network 1. MagesIM.A. Lane James L. INC. Oliver Reid Megan Sikora Brandon Wardell and introducing SUTTON FOSTER as Millie Scenic Design Costume Design DAVID GALL0 Orchestrations and RALPH BURNS Hair Designer Press Representative Production Manager THEATERSMITH.S. General Management Production Stage Manager NINA LANNAN ASSOCIATES BONNIE L BECKER Associate Producers MIKE ISAACSON KRISTIN CASKEY CLEAR CHANNEL ENTERTAINMENT Music Director MICHAEL RAFTER Choreographed by ROB ASHFORD Directed bv MICHAEL ~IAYER O%inindty Produ<d h JohF?+M. ItelD i ~ t w . h Id& G QI Muif. HARTMAN DONALD HOLDER Sound Design JON WESTON Dance Music Arranger Vocal Music Arranger Music Coordinator DAVID CHASE JEANINE TESORI JOHN MILLER DOUG BESTERMAN PAUL HUNTLEY BARLOW Lighting Design MARTIN PAKLEDINAZ Marketing Casting TMG-THE MARKETING GROUP JIM CARNAHAN.Michael Leavitt Fox Theatricals Hal Luftig Stewart F. NATHAN With Kate Baldwin Roxane Barlow Melissa Bell Chait Catherine Brunell Joyce Chittick J. C. Hunter Alisa Klein Matt Lashey Darren Lee Dan LoBuono Casey Nicholaw Noah Racey Aaron Ramey T. Glick BerinsteinlManocherianlDramatic Forces John York Noble and Whoopi Goldberg present aYIY TUE N€W 44OffDWffV mUrl<ffl tOm€DV ar by Richard Morris Dick Scanlan leanine Tesori h Dick ScanIan by I ~ Wlyrics Original Story and Screenplay by Richard Morris for the Universal Pictures Film Starring SHERYL LEE RALPH HARRIET HARRIS MARC KUDISCH GAVlN CREEL ANGELA CHRISTIAN KEN LEUNG FRANCIS JUE ANNE L.

She's read books and studied photos in preparation for her new life. 1922. Meers takes over. I ne tun comes to a halt when police raid the joint. Only Ethel Peas remains. growing attraction. Meers. whose real name is Daisy Crumpler. taking just enough pity on her to give her the address of a residence for young ladies. Millie returns to the Priscilla. and then marry him. she hasn't found a job. The first step? A new look: bobbed hair and a short skirt turn Millie into a modern. the manager of the hotel. While everyone sleeps in their celIs. clutching a telegram informing her of the death of her only remaining relative. Back at the Priscilla. when selling alcohol was illegal. The moment he lays eyes on Dorothy. The Priscilla is a front for her real occupation: kidnapping orphan girls and shipping them into slavery. the girls head out on auditions. and the girls don't know how to find a speakeasy. checks in. bustling New Yorkers pay no attention. Meers. While Mrs. so do Jimmy's feelings for Millicr . Ching Ho can't go through with it. A week later. However. Millie finds her dream boss. sets their minds at ease: unlike the Priscilla girls. but the hustling. Two young Chinese immigrants. This is the height of Prohibition. She and Millie strike up an immediate friendship. Later that day. Kansas. her attempts to convince Dorothy to eat the apple are interrupted by girls coming and going. Despite Millie's attempts to flirt with him. a successful bachelor named Trevor Graydon Ill. He's plenty mad at Millie. Determined to prove him wrong. Ching Ho and Bun Foo. Help comes from an unlikely source: the man who Millie tripped after she was mugged. and though he and Millie are cool to each other. Bad news for Ethel. because she's clearly not Manhattan material. but good news for Mrs. He sneaks them into a nearby speakeasy. which land Millie the job. so she trips one of them.THE STORY Manhattan. Meers is in her office doping Ethel Peas. a wealthy orphan. leaving Ethel an orphan. Dorothy reveals her dream to be an actress. JimmY realizes that he is falling in love with Millie. the kidnapping victims are orphans. Miss Dorothy Brown. . As the evening progresses. and the two of them are finding it difficult to resist their -. Millie calls out for help. he's impressed by her new confidence. reluctantly act as her henchmen because of her promise to bring their mother to America. His name is Jimmy Smith. where they have their first taste of booze and dance the nigti t away. with Ching Ho playing waiter. The girls at the Priscilla are worried because young girls are disappearing all over town. Her delight is short-lived when her purse is stolen. He also gives her advice: go back to Kansas. Meers lays a trap for Dorothy. so Mrs. He's immediately smitten. and Millie reveals her dream to parlay her typing skills into a job for an eligible bachelor. She sends a drugged apple to Dorothy's room. she storms off to find the Hotel Priscilla. Mrs. still unemployed. landing Jimmy and Millie in prison overnight. Millie takes Dorothy and the girls out that night to celebrate her new job. Mrs. Trevor is interested only in her secretarial skills. Relieved. Millie Dillmount steps off the train from Salina.

and Jimmy explains that he went there for some advice regarding his love for Millie. She may love him. and refuses to leave until she speaks to him. and in the midst of their angry words. The next day. but the topper comes when he wrangles an invitation to a party at the penthouse of a world-famous singer named Muzzy Van Hossmere. When she tells him about Trevor. It doesn't take them long to figure out that Mrs. Alone on Muzzy's terrace. Muzzy checks into the Priscilla disguised as a new orphan in town. Trevor asks Dorothy to dinner. That night. to her astonishment. love is all that matters. Millie and Jimmy come up short for Cafe Society's pricey bill. he insists that his interest in Millie is platonic. Millie is elbow deep in soapsuds when she realizes that life with Jimmy will mean a life she'd hoped to escape by leaving Kansas. she sees Jimmy sneaking out of Dorothy's bedroom. they argue about her plan to marry her boss. Lovestruck. She is further aggravated by Dorothy. Millie. washing dishes to pay for their dinner. Meers told him that Dorothy had checked out. Millie slams the phone down whenever Jimmy calls her. For the next few weeks. he has climbed up 20 stories to the ledge outside Millie's window. where Millie has taken down every word of Mrs. but she is stopped by a drunken Trevor. Jimmy then appears at the window. and he proves his point by asking her to bring Dorothy along. they kiss. modern marriage means money. To save face. when it comes to marriage. but she's brought back to earth when. so Muzzy goads Mrs. Dorothy and Jimmy are inseparable. Trevor. The cream of New York society is there. Millie is stunned to learn that when Trevor went to the Hotel Priscilla to pick Dorothy up for their date. Millie devises a plan to save the day. enough to make Millie realize that she's falling in love with him. and his joy at finding Millie is overshadowed by his concern for the disappeared Dorothy. but to Millie. Millie can't help but give in to her feelings: they agree to meet that night for dinner at Cafe Society. She bolts from the kitchen and into Muzzy's dressing room. Mrs. Millie. who drops by after a bad auditiony~illie's day goes from bad to worse when Trevor is immediately captivated by Dorothy's beauty. She returns to the Priscilla on a cloud of love. Millie confronts him about his visit to Dorothy's room. at work. Meers sees through Muzzy's act. Meers has kidnapped Dorothy and plans to sell her into slavery. Mrs. Muzzy convinces Millie that. Who ends up with whom? A series of surprise revelations guarantees a thoroughly happy ending for all! . They're banished to the kitchen. and Jimmy emerge from their hiding places.The next morning. Meers' confession in shorthand. but Jimmy only has eyes for Millie. Jimmy is crestfallen. Millie is determined to find Jimmy and make up with him. Millie has lost her bosslfiance and her best friend. in a few short minutes. And what a kiss. and she accepts. Meers into bragging about her criminal endeavors. Jimmy enters. too. Jimmy asks Millie out. where Muzzy will be singing. Jimmy is their guide to New York nightlife.

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ied sub .rized the two stud . hat - tan.o .Not for the Life of Me Lyrics by Dick Scanlan Music by Jeanine Tesori Freely G I mag I I - I a . one block north to Ma .tures too.way to Broth .ers Brooks.pared for .cy's and mem . and Thoroughly Modern Music Publishing Co. International Copyright Secured All Rights Resewed pre .zines and books. map. in It's I Copyright O 2001 That's Music To My Ears Ltd. Man - all the pic .

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a .ti e . joke.ta Got .a tal.your Days of where I sen .cause kind and Not gen don't you know that . men - just .ven daugh . I - be be moremore- than than an the old lead - ghost ing where in town role the a dead. be .tle. for the where ask life I me am if of ain't I'm .ta ghost Clap .ter ain't mer's - hands yore.Got . - was.

Boh d o h dee oh. life me! of. I . _ not for the life see. I life life I I of of. - not of for the You me.

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they think - em and quite a is odd- and - .Mod 1" Mil - 4- u' lie now! What I dor - a . - u nique. - we think is chic.ble.

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How the Other Half Lives
Lyrics by Dick Scanlan

Music by Jeanine Tesori

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furl! - .sire.nies. - fire! U n 1-37 = J 1) ~#7b5 me a - D I heart 8 Moderate Soft-shoe ( I my - j.Freely F+/B I all my de .ment with h the meat sans see D6 with . Give mo . ev .out brand gra . Pinch .'ry wak .pons. a the - new w o r l d un - pen .ing the pearl.ping oys .ter cou .ing I I'll take the clip .vy.

- - I I me brown bag all A Ber . class- try I long my to hand- at canned- pass. .Let cui .litz my lunch .nies.er friends. 0th . four I - want- w teen car .er half lives! fair weath No .at an "on the .sine.es.er half. how the pho . - How the cro - 0th nies.

way - the Pay .ny Pe .Pour me I mon - Lay the but hold milk ey woes.ing to buy - my hon . Paul clothes.mer on .bing fun . Sum .ter.ey. - Bring on by those rob .- a .

the I turn isle my of Con .er half lives! I" Win rank - and Poor? in - ter file.en Hell's hon . Millie: how want the those I mon - ey woes. - I'll half. 1'11 mar .ry Paul or Dave or Rob or Pe - ter . dial - to 0th .ey. - kitch . 0th - er I don't ette.ey. - Not How the me.

know .man.er half lives! plus .my - dorf clothes- at Good .SO I I" I Berg r you can buy . Both: how the 0th .er half.e priv .nue.- few - I . Saks too! - Fifth The Av .who! - How the 0th .'leged .

or \ I I t V I .Dorothy: Pour me 1 the milk Millie: Poor? but hold the NO^ hon - ey.I U I Rob or clothes.ny those want r 3 A 1'11 mar .ey woes. hon-ey. me.ry rnon . Sum .I I I I I I rl -u 1I SO I can buy - my clothes - Pe at Saks - - ter on . a I Fifth . Lay a - way- to Paul buy - or Dave my I .mer I - I . Bring on I don't those fun . L I .

en Good .dorf so .ter e .in' I like Hell's 0th - er I half! can learn.ney.- in - Berg .the isle I Av I wild - of Co . Liv .journ.nue.in' - ette. - Liv . - too! - A . So the kitch . Win .man.

ing you a let - ter to Bm I de - C o . MY so I'm When the sim. - ful sit an ex - - u - a - tion. my aw - I writ .ter - to pen A/C# D Hud . . mand pla - Lyrics Copyright O 2001 Thoroughly Modern Music Publishing Co. This Arrangement Copyright O 2001 That's Music To My Ears Ltd. International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved na .lon.son.tion.The Speed Test Lyrics by Dick Scanlan Music by Arthur Sullivan Moderately slow D/F# I I C#O/E Trevor: eyes are ful - ly o Dear Mis .

we have warn .cid. van .fund bil - i of - - rived here the fume should ty is that all the your mon .ered on I wax quest - that up we - bought on - from you ar us . Since wax we a is ad - ran .age that ly pos - si a full re .ced.ey Mon .ning. I And dis - the re - un - .day mor .floor I cov .ing.

I take our bus' . perhaps.I less you can con .vince me you've im - proved the floor bat .ter. Just . I A little faster - (Spoken:) How's my speed. wax I I we I 1 . - tain - er of the stuff I talk a . so I hope you solve this mat . will I I sim.bout. Miss Dillmount? I closed you'll find a small con - - - Trevor: En - Millie: A little slow.ter.where.ness else .

I'm with the pors.ed by con - fi - den if - ly your - tial you've a doubt. which is ter full of pa .care .pers va let - - .n't news of how why I choose our to want of - write the lid and me to a fice was af to you a take a whiff - lert the dai - fect .move sure you would .ful I - ly re .

A little faster (Spoken:) Read that back to me.ter Hud . Dear Mis . Sin qui ex .men I hope it won't I does you may re - - da .son. - Trev . I just laid. if it Gray and - don.strong rec .pect re a - cere - ly.tion that you make your floor wax - US to have our floor re bill. . please. Millie: Certainly.or bet .om .ter.

a .plan wax that we bought from you ar - rived here Mon . When ing.writ I - floor cov - Co .tion.day mom ered up - on us - age that the fume should have warn .lon.pen to my aw .ly o . (Sung:) My eyes are ing you a ter to de - mand an ex .ful a sit - - a u . let - ful . - - tion. we Since so I'm the dis - the .ing.

you've so im I - proved hope the floor you wax solve bat .van .fund - bil i - of - ty all is that the your wax mon .on quest - ly pos - si a full re .ey is we ran .ness con . ad .cid. this mat - ter. I re - And un - we will A I less you can I take our bus' .ter.ced. .vince else me - where.

fice . Trevor continues.S. singing as fast as humanly possible.pers - ly re .bout.A little faster D I" I 1 *Trevor: Not half bad.S. Continue. please. **On D. **Millie: En .ful a doubt.n't how a our want small con .er the lid and me to a - was af - of . Just care .tain .move would .closed you'll find *Omit on D. I'm sure you with the news of pa .. of the stuff I talk take a whiff if you've lert the dai - ly a .

is why I full of strong rec .fect .ter.men .pect a bill.om .da 1 just hope it which choose won't to re write - qui to you a - tion that YOU - re US to To Coda have our floor re . let - ter bet .ed con I make - fi your by - your den .tial floor wax va . Sin - .pors. and if it does you may ex .laid.

. may I speak frankly? Trevor: If Millie: Yes? Moderately slow.or Gray Tacet .ly.fice bobbed - er coif .A E7 1 I/ I cere .raph skirt and of .ing and to I could . Trev .fure. A \ I L I A I' Trevor: Miss Dillmount. freely D I I I keep could this would . plank .ed wor .og .n't be place have so as to luck up - y as to have to date as her 'bout our sour .A - don.ry a short good sten .

pon .ing.dents.trate why don't I'm in - on gen test . if So A F#~/A# I you E~/G# Bm can make sense of A my un ~maj7/~# - in - tel - li c#7 G#O - gi - ble pat - Tacet ter.geous cor mail the to for - bank .ing you tend to ac - er - with - tu at - this - a1 prof . then the .its ing out - - ly ripe ra .con . That is res .cen .spon .dence. which I re .

n't mat .n't mat - ter.son's Hud . mat .n't wax - n't does .son's wax does mat .ter? Hud .ter? Hud .ter.son's - n't floor wax real floor floor - ly does wax does . Hud .ter.son's wax does .son's . mat .Briskly D6 I job is I floor 1 floor yours and Hud .

recorded a half step higher than written. know when we'll we be eat lunch. desk I is.A7 D.S. just . vast tempo) a1 Coda D I *From this point. friends. Coda Moderately slow $ I I" I27 D/A made the team. - mount! and Tell nice me to where meet my you. Miss Dill how much 1'11 be paid.

Moderately fast D07/A call me Mil - lie Gray - don.) Mil .mount? (Some .don! D All: Aaahhh! don? (I mean Dill .mount? Gray A D A - don? Gray .don? D A .) Gray .mount? Millie: Gray . Mil .don? D07/A - Dill A - D mount? Dill .mount.lie Gray - Tacet I Y I Dill .day Gray .don.lie - I u Millie: Chorus: Dill .

- Not but not much in a the 3 Copyright Q 2001 That's Music To My Ears Ltd. and Thoroughly Modern Music Publishing Co.ty girls.the dra .ic. ) my flair for . International Copyright Secured All Rights Resewed clue- at .tic.They Don't Know Lyrics by Dick Scanlan Music by Jeanine Tesori r3i Moderate Swing They don't know- I tal .sess.ent (n= J h. I pos . the .mat . Pret . *Recorded a half step lower.

I Face to face They don't with know- gen - ius. - er .y role. ar nev - tist. they're star - ing at id d and they an -2- high - ly trained- to take on an .

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mous of . freely ~ 7 1 ~ b I I Oh.though per .ing YOU see show we - you. a a1 . and 'Thoroughly Modern Music Publishing Co. the plac hard . want - I've to es a I would fun .fect pair. make ing.What Do I Need with Love Lyrics by Dick Scanlan Music by Jeanine Tesori Moderately. International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved nights I Fa .ly sights know I you.ny see like to feel . then Copyright O 2001 That's Music To My Ears Ltd.

Me. - just what BT A a I I You.- date out a of "Hey.tice dame. ~ 7b 9 / ~ # I - 0 (Spoken:) Wait a minute! No! rum: preach: - each one of 'em the to dolls who wash their No! ev .tion same hair pet in name: bleach.ta . No! one I Call Stick ~m7b5 A I I We.'ry night to keep temp .ways I SB I I me" A I ing.frent I 0 I I l r d - Just a minute! I'm a A1 .(n= J 1) r 3 i Medium Swing B~/F t? ~ 7b9 I =I I I I "you and ~m7b5 I dif . reach. I'm . No! Joe with prac .

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miss Got .Pe .ing it foot - good.- sie What do I need- with love? .ter I I means What do roll I n e e d with - out a toot Rab . - I with Double time feel (no swing) ~b I got it good.bit's - sie.

birds the life and all do"- I and not.I Skip - Tell Bright and free the breez and min - eas . - that Y - with - is out the.y - is y is - the vows ter that "I is the. . bees got rot.

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- take a look and r 3 1 Moderately A I (I?= J 1) Db B~P Step right up - sky .tle build B~P Db6 .tale Isle.-. - land.'ry inch of it York.er.- want the moon and noth O/E Ebm7 . I n . - ev On . cas . A I to Treas .high mile.in' a less? - .ly in New . -?- A7 Tacet Hey.ure Fair .y .

ly those who in years New then o .- ad . to . hand.suc .night .stream.sion up .- for you know that cream will first rise.Work for I I On . I Each day dream.- You set your sights- know it's all the free way To Coda I Off you go.cess! York.mis .ver .

seek that tfill.ly in New rise. ~ m 7 b 5 Db7 Each York.S.Make that Come and get it. 'cause you wish - a1 . - Strike up the band! - I ~bpbGbm6/Db I On .ways and will.a1 Coda Db/cb Rise! ~m7b5~ day b / ~ b it's . Coda I D.

proved! 1 Ev - er chang .New! Im .ing . but it's grand! - And yet it's - re nev - Hear That's er what why - ar ranged.mand! - I Oh. I Life on com . - I'm I'm say stay - ing! .ing.- changed.

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that to see day - day - is them? in the thor A park.ly . ough .ca - Ev 'ry . ran - gleam- Gb I - dom re - in his .thing and I .n't - sion .thing to - day is thor .. Were there signs mark.a1 sigh.ly .ough . the eye! Ev Tacet - 'ry .ly ....I he - sud den.did . oc ...

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So prom . in 2 Ab I might fess? I me. Moderately.what I coax me.my. can't quite con .plore im I" I Jim .ise you won't bore B me. A7 I . ~ # r n 7 b ~ / G~ $ 1 3 I - Tacet I say yes.

bang Moderately. oh.en for a min . Freely C I We kissed. So Jim - my.ute. Jim G/B flip - flop. .I He makes His my glance trou - fire had bles - works in it. my heart did a whiz . in 2 Ab I heav .

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in 2 (fl= J J) Dm6 Tacet I A7 ca . noth A7 me.ble - .y No in a cage- for This I I Cut ca the He's - nar - A9 C7 ~ mb57 - Is cord. International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved dored? dou . Copyright O 2001 That's Music To My Ears Ltd.nar . a man no I great once a - loss.Forget About the Boy Lyrics by Dick Scanlan Music by Jeanine Tesori rlri Moderately. and Thoroughly Modern Music Publishing Co. ~ b 7 Dm6 Tacet Bm7b~ ing but an a1 - that - ba - tross.

ter dirt who - y I a . luh! - low find - er than my . .Tacet I cross Ain't Now a1 . ler. know For Pull ha1 boy. rat.self an an - flat rov - bout - the boy. beau the and get one who Mis . - For I he me - cat. I no and is - get a - the le plug.er er.bout pulled Wrong the the are He's I'll rug? through.ley 0th .

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the se ing. striv - at last cret - I've of ing. wait it - ing. thee. seek ter . Ah! Dorothy: All I the Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life This Arrangement Copyright 0 2003 Cherry Lane Music Company International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved Sweet know long - mys - at last ing.Ah! Sweet Mystery of Life1 I'm Falling in Love with Someone Music by Victor Herbert Lyrics by Rida Johnson Young Grandly. romantically ~$13 Trevor: Ah! found all. I'm Falling in Love with Someone This Arrangement Copyright 0 2001 That's Music To My Ears Ltd.y - of life. International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved 83 .

be - fore. in 1 F Trevor: I've I feel I grind - ing I of de ne'er - pres felt - sion.yearn - ing. the joy i and dle - tears that Slowly. ver a 'tis Dorothy: My a y - kind of heart's act strange a - ing .ing hopes. the burn .

Be - lieve me. least it gives A A I I p A I I L\. it feels rath - er sore.strange - ly. Dorothy: I'm gay then . puls - es leap mad - - ing ly with - Slower F6 I an - y- cause.out pause.I At I I 0. \ IT). I'm tell with . -.sion. # I A I w- Faster A7 I me that im - Trevor: My p m . YOU Out tru - ly.

Trevor My spir its - are tru - ly un Waltz tempo C7 I I" I ru some - ly. - . some one I'm - Tacet fall .out cause.ing in love with ing some in love with one.sad with . For G7 I'm - fall - V 8' one.

A7 D9 G7 Tacet C7 n - ly love me.ing in head with some one. I'm fall .one mad - see. plain to love Trevor: I'm sure I could love some . B C ~b ~b .I I I a - whirl. Both: Yes.

. if F6 -. Slowly C7 B bm I some - ly love me.C.ing yes> Gm Gm7 I sure A7 in with love D7 to see. I some - one would on one. D9 could love G7 C7 I'm Tacet some - one mad N.1 Dorothy: Trevor: 1 C/ fall .

I crowd .re to I I less peo I I no time to lose.ing the Copyright 82001 That's Music To My Ears Ltd. in 2 E/B G+/A E/B - E/B C7/G - I I G+/A II h I I 1 L Y I Thou . and Thoroughly Modern Music Publishing Co.ing of I . 1-1 - and I peo I I II G+/A Ti . International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved a v - e - .low. r. G+/A .sands way down - be . fro.ple.ple.C. I sempre staccato m wan . I I N.der .I Turned the Corner Lyrics by Dick Scanlan Music by Jeanine Tesori ---- Moderately.

quite c#m two: a cast.ner and there you stood.nues and parks.C. N. A suan .C. then like I . rac G+/A I Mil . they could be just N.lions of peo - ing G+/A - ple. pick an - y fast. On their marks. i Slowly and freely (in 2) ~ b / ~ b I I ~bm/cb turned the cor .gers.

. your when heart I mil fa met you. Moderately slow (in 2) Gb6 ~ b 9 I turned the cor .your smile like turned the home to cor . stopped on a dime.ner me.ner. - iar.

i - I I I turned met flir . planned.bered some .ter You.like I No mere .mem . when .one re long got - ten.ner no I when mark - ing time. the you.tion. I I I Was our met en .ta .coun . cor .

des - ti .tune or make fate.ny's guid .ing grand - ~b6/~b n I l the ~bm7/~b hand? Way For YOU ~b6/~b * W e cr feel! I I I I . me ~bm7/~b I I I it's .

ous Now my life life you've graced.ous past fu e - ture faced.ri .ri . I turned the fu - ture will cor . that my I nev - er be the same! I nev - er be the same! . Now rased.ner. Glo faced.I Millie: All Jimmy: All I of the 010 . I turned the . - of the past e - rased.

look found. COT I I on feet on the ground.ing.. ner. . Look what I what I found. - I was - n't look . as YOU ap - peared be fore me. I did - n't .I I feet I the ground.. My spir it My spir it as YOU ap - peared be fore me.

slowly N.ner FlC A c+pb I met FlC - I I I when you.ner I turned the cor .C. slowly I I turned the cor Moderately slow (in 2) FlC ~ + p b I . I C9 Gm7 I turned the cor .ner when when I I met F6 met - A I I you.Freely. . you. ~ b 7 I I I cr Freely.

Miss been sad but "You . Men: at Ca .know - who" - to is - lone and night the back where Copyright @ 2001 That's Music To My Ears Ltd. freely D7 B07 G I I here right.fe A So - ci dream come - e true: - We've ty. International Copyright Secured All Rights Resewed some world she is be - . and Thoroughly Modem Music Publishing Co.Long As I'm Here with You Lyrics by Dick Scanlan Music by Jeanine Tesori Freely Expressively.

M u m : Life June ev da is through 'ry a May.'p - show.- night peek - ly at sell par 1. I longs. hol su da da da da d a ba talk sev .Bright 2 t n= 2'3 I N. roll. dise. - - ing .out . Ba Tacet da da da ba E6 da.ens GO7 i - gar A Sneak - I'm It's day.C.bowl.

- here here - . - Bye I two of me1 . - Skies Hap - by. nice. nights sing - ny ing row. when the a a i n d s E6 clear.o long long U - bye got S dy - as as G07 to no can for I'm I'm COO.and The lone .C.ly blues to ba view nightssing. near. is on choose front Y I'm might - are PY ly to sun end N. - two.

I'm A a night . Mum: I got no .F#m7/B B7 I I II Tacet The world's hol - i - day.ing Eb6 I sell .out E6 with Men: Life you. - is front row. June through May. and ba - by.ly Tacet ~ b 7 show.- I'm a - talk .

.PY choose to end sing .o me1 I'm - dy - h e r e with for two. long as .blues I I to sing. - Hap . - you. or that but the in Yan spite kees- - of the lose? facts. - Who cares if Can't pay my there's in no - - come- booze tax.ing i a s near.

- for I'm that - all true. What B7 a red in a liv .ing passed.ter year call can . I'm here- .dy proof store.pot as found a heart that's ask has for more.Tacet I no I one could The And I I GO7 E6 jack . - Kid been hit. let .- of - that - long as it. past.

- B9 here you h e r e with you. and you and and.I I you with you. long as I'm and you hap . I'm and So ~9#5 as you. E6 with. ~ # 7 and . Tacet long I yeah. you too. dear.py.

Faster ~b on ~ b m DO/F the boy I I Copyright Q 2001 That's Music To My Ears Ltd.man. in 2 I A A bm7 bus1.er rail. and Thoroughly Modern Music Publishing Co. \I nbslcb ~b13 clev . sim .ness . or pin I my a tempo fu .Gimme Gimme Lyrics by Dick Scanlan Music by Jeanine Tesori Slowly and freely. What . International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved love. girl.ple choice.ing more.ture noth .

me gim want . I .me I I B+add2 gim .me..Tacet kind of life am I dream ..me Gim love..ing I of? say: r 3 i Moderately slow %iB I (n= J 1)(not a wide swing) Gim .me. thing gim .me it.. that Gim .me gim .me called . Gim .

me gim - me that thing called love. laugh . ev - er love. Moderately. Highs and lows.me gim . Gim .I I that tears thing called and I love. with more confidence E6 I B+add2 Gim .ter. af - ter.me that need hap thing called - PY it. .me Gim .

me brave- Gim .me I'll rich A . thing called Thick 'n' thin. I I or Gim Y . . . love.me gim time. and called- I'll want more- time. love.me gim . n I .me years that thing that it. Gim poor .I crave it.

in 2 G6 I I love.me gim Fly.me dove! ar - row. love. . I'm that I Gim - Sing. fa .pid's see thing - that free now.mous called . . Gim me now.me gim - Gim I - me Cu .Spirited. thing called spar .row! .

Faster ~ # 7 I I don't bod .y to some love bod me.Gim .me that thing c a l l e d care if he's a heart he'll be a love. .y. .me gim .

Ro .nit! A Moderately and broadly. in 4 (Bring it home!) Db7 ~7 I Here I am. Freely D7#5 I Gim . don't for . Faster ~ b 6 I Aph .me - o and Ju .get me.ro .I I need it.me that thing called love. Tacet I wan . Saint Val . I'm first in line.tine! - My bags are packed.en .li - et me! .di - te.

row! .mous ar.row! Sing.me D7 fat boy's called fa .~ b 6 ~bm6 dove! 1 I I Gim - love! spar .me that Gim thing Tacet . me gim F/C .

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