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Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
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re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou
PIANO/VOCAL SCORE

Book by

Music by

Lyrics by

RICHARD SEFF

ROGER DEAN ANDERSON

LEE GOLDSMITH

The amateur and professional live stage performance rights to


SHINE! The Horatio Alger Musical are controlled exclusively by
SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.
www.samuelfrench.com

Arrangements by GREG ANTHONY & ROGER ANDERSON


Orchestrations by GREG ANTHONY
www.greganthonymusic.com

Music & Lyrics 2005 Roger Anderson and Lee Goldsmith (ASCAP)
All Rights Reserved.
www.rogerandersonmusic.com

CONTENTS
The Good Old Days......................................................................................................................................1

1A.

After Good Old Days .................................................................................................................................18

2.

Shine.............................................................................................................................................................21

3.

Respectable..................................................................................................................................................35

3A.

Into Snobdens ............................................................................................................................................40

4.

Silas Snobden, Inc.......................................................................................................................................42

5.

Cock and Bull..............................................................................................................................................53

5A.

Cock and Bull Playout ...............................................................................................................................64

6.

17.
18.

Maybe Today Second Reprise.................................................................................................................185

18A.

Gerrishs Temptation ...............................................................................................................................188

19.

Yes! .............................................................................................................................................................189

20.

A Handful O Hops ..................................................................................................................................204

20A.

The Rescue.................................................................................................................................................216

20B.

Gunshot .....................................................................................................................................................218

20C.

The Prospectuses ......................................................................................................................................220

21.

North Of 14th Street .................................................................................................................................221

22.

Bows ...........................................................................................................................................................235

23.

Exit Music ..................................................................................................................................................240

6A.
6B.
7.
7A.
8.
9.
10.
10A.
11.
11A.
12.
12A.
13.
13A.
13B.
13C.

1.

Th
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th
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ACT ONE

Maybe Today ..............................................................................................................................................65

Into The Saloon ...........................................................................................................................................73


Intro to Put Your Money In.......................................................................................................................74
Put Your Money In.....................................................................................................................................75

Put Your Money In Playout ......................................................................................................................87


The Room.....................................................................................................................................................89
Respectability ..............................................................................................................................................96
Keeping Up with the Times ......................................................................................................................98

Keeping Up Playout.................................................................................................................................119
Maybe Today Reprise ..............................................................................................................................120

Foswells Crutch .......................................................................................................................................122


A Hardworking Boy.................................................................................................................................125

Rob Learns to Shine..................................................................................................................................133


Look How Far Weve Come....................................................................................................................134

Centennial Waltz ......................................................................................................................................145

Centennial Gallop.....................................................................................................................................148

Look How Far Reprise .............................................................................................................................150

ACT TWO
14.
15.
16.

Find That Boy!...........................................................................................................................................155


A Hardworking Boy Reprise ..................................................................................................................166
Shine Reprise.............................................................................................................................................171
From Now On ...........................................................................................................................................174

PIANO/VOCAL

3 Business Men
Ensemble

The Good Old Days

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

CUE:
STAGE MANAGEMENT: [GO]

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

Moderato 2, Klip-Klop (h=108)

Th
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w o p sc
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iz o n
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Sa is ed
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re a us
nc llo al
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In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

[The full cast appears in tableaux, as 'stagehands' roll up the olio drop or show curtain. Among them,
a street vendor, a policeman, a wealthy woman, a poor one, a lower class man and young woman, hand in hand,
well-dressed gents and middle class gents.]

(Bell plate or Triangle)

mf

mf

Piano

Vocal

10

11

12

13

14

[The sounds of church bells and carriages underneath the music. The group strikes several poses...]

Pno.

(Wood Blocks)

-2-

15

Vocal

[Pose]

Pno.

22

18

19 [Pose]

23

[Action]

27

Vocal



21

Vocal

17

20

[Pose]

28

25 [Pose]

24

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
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au a s
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iz o n
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fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

16

#1 The Good Old Days

"Shine!" PV

29

26

30

[The cast comes to sudden busy and vocal life. A very young newsboy shouts the traditional "Extra! Get your New York Herald!" Three
business men enter from different directions. In comic, stylized pantomime: One buys a flower from the vendor cart, offers a coin, not enough,
has to pay more, the vendor shrugs. One gets his pants smudged by a barrel rolled by a porter as they both stare at a passing beauty. As the
first two men quickly buy a paper from the newsboy, Mickey enters, steals one and steps in to quickly offer it to the last businessman.]

Pno.

-3-

"Shine!" PV

Pno.

in a comfortable octave

33

34

40


39

[The man pays with a bill, reads the headline, waits for change, his hand out ... turns ... Mickey is gone.]

41
42

Pno.

Th
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ou

mf

"whistle"

Ens.

32

36 37
38

35

Pno.

Everyone

Ens.

31

#1 The Good Old Days

43

44

45

[On cue, the three men flip the newspapers open, one by one, like Chinese fans.]

-4-

"Shine!" PV

Man 3:

46

Vocal

47

Ris - ing

crime

rates!

49

High - er

mp

Man 1:

50

pric

Both

es!

51

What has be - come

of The

52

Vocal

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
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Sa is ed
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re a us
nc llo al
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In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

48

#1 The Good Old Days

not too legato


Old

Days?

some

Ens.

Man 2:

59

Vocal

54

Good

Pno.

53

of The Good

Old

Pno.

is

61

57

Dirt

62

Days?

and

58

vic - es!

All 3:

Can't we have

63

64

mf

[Activity continues: casual greetings and curious crossings by characters who will
connect later in the play.]

Ensemble mf

56

"whistle"

Now New York

60

55

-5-

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

Ens.

"hum"

We

70

71

re - mem

pno.

Pno.

Policeman + Men

68

ber

73

mf

beck - oned:

Lit - tle New York

in The

All Men:

Lit - tle New York

74

it

how

72

Women:
p

69

Ens.

67

Th
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au a s
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or e e
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fro of lo
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Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

66

65

#1 The Good Old Days

in The

-6-

"Shine!" PV

75

Good

Ens.

Old

Old

Days.

Good

"hum"

Days.

Now

it's north

of

78

79


80

For - ty

Sec - ond!

81

Pop - ping its

Pop - ping its

83
mf

cork

since The Good

cork

Pno.

Women:

82

Ens.

77

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
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au a s
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or e e
iz o n
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fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
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re a us
nc llo al
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In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

76

#1 The Good Old Days

84

Old

Days!

86

87

Days!

since The Good Old

85


Man 3:

O - ver to Brook

lyn

They're

-7-

"Shine!" PV
88

89

90

91

#1 The Good Old Days


92

93

bridge!

Man 3:

Ooo

Others:

rais - ing up that mon - ster of

Ens.

95

Pno.

bridge!

Watch it

God

(Pno)

want - ed

brid - ges

97

all fall down!

96

Man 2:

If

big

94

great

(Stgs)

big

Th
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Sa is ed
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re a us
nc llo al
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In d ly.
c. wi
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ou

Pno.

great

Ens.

98

then

why would he

pro - vide

us with that

-8-

"Shine!" PV

Ens.

100

brand

new

fleet

of

fer - ries?

plan - ning someCo - los

107

sus.

108

damn

(Stgs)

bor

they're

109

Other 3: A

104

Ooo

It's a

Man 1:

Woman 1:

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
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au a s
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or e e
iz o n
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fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
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In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou
106

Ens.

103

Out in the har

105

Pno.

102

Pno.

101

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W3:

Woman 4:

110

What a waste of cash!De -

damn

thing!

fool

thing!

fool

-9-

"Shine!" PV

#1 The Good Old Days

Women:
112

signed

Ens.

117

tue

Men:

Just

to

119

120

121

Mm

For - eign riff - raff.

wel

(Stgs)

come

all

Since

they got

here

How things have changed since The Good

122

that:

How things have changed since The Good

123

mf

116

118

Mm

Ens.

Pno.

sta

115

Th
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w o p sc
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te rfo e
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au a s
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or e e
iz o n
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Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

114

by a French - man, Some use - less, sil - ly

(Pno)

113

111

Old

Old

- 10 -

"Shine!" PV

Ens.

125

wish

were not

here,


they

129



130

mf

We've re - ar - ranged

Good

Good

Old

Old

132

Days!

Man 1:

Now all

Days!

134

Mm

133

from the

We've re - ar - ranged

Mm

131

Pno.

we might

mf

128

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
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au a s
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fro of lo
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Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Ens.

127

Mm

Days.

Pno.


Though

Days.


126

124

#1 The Good Old Days

to - geth

135

we're wast - ing time while

er

from the

- 11 -

"Shine!" PV

#1 The Good Old Days

OPT. CUT

Ens.

137

Those
Other 3:

all those base

Ens.

haps

143

140

144

we should read more?

Man 1:

mp

145

146

M3:
sub.f

Or

the

fin - er things like

all

M2:

long

long

Per-

games!

fan - cy

141

What a stup - id sport!

M2:
sub. mp

Women:

games!

ball

base - ball

142

139

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
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m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

Ooo

watch - ing

Pno.

138

136

- 12 -

"Shine!" PV
147

Ens.

148

long

Ah
(2 guys on top)

M1:

149

Ger - man

mf "whistle"

mf "whistle"

as?
(Bell Plate / Wood Blocks)

153

151

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
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n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

152

Ens.

oper -

150

Pno.

#1 The Good Old Days

+Women
mp

154

155

156

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"Shine!" PV

157

Vocal

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#1 The Good Old Days


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160

[The group moves 'upward' onto an imaginary elevated train, huddled tightly together, moving to its steady rhythm]

Vocal

In tempo, still in 2



Pno.

mp

with a thick brogue

El

on train:
Lady

164

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
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or e e
iz o n
at r u do
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fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

Ens.

(Pno1)

(+Tambourine)

165

166

va

ted,

Spit

167

tin'

cin

ders!

- 14 -

168

Vocal

169

Hors

es

172

Vocal


Pno.

Vocal

were

best

in

The

171

Good

Old

(Cello)

173

174

gers

rid

in'

past

me

175

win

(Vln)

ders!

mp

molto rit.

Days.

177

How

Pno.

176

slowing a bit

Stran

170

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
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iz o n
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Sa is ed
m sco for
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l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

#1 The Good Old Days

"Shine!" PV

we

were

blessed

in

The

178

179

Good

Old

- 15 -

"Shine!" PV

#1 The Good Old Days

Tempo I (h=108)

Vocal

2 Business Men:

181

182

183

mp cresc.
Women:

God - less

brid - ges!

Stat - ues in the

Pno.

186

Vocal


Ens.

molto rall.

El

187

vat

188

Pno.

Raff!
Ah

189

Base - ball!

190

ven

so

we

ven

so

Ah

Ah

a la Promenade (h=60)

ed!

185

1 Business Man & Policeman

har - bor!

mp cresc.

Riff

Ah

mp cresc.

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
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n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Ens.

Days.


184

180

we

Love

this

Love

this

ff

- 16 -

"Shine!" PV

#1 The Good Old Days

Tempo I, but faster (h=124)

191

192

cit - y!
Ens.

They were a - sleep


Hud

Ens.

Hud

Old

in The Good

Old

198

son

son

199

Life's

pi - ty!

Life's

pi - ty!

200

'Cross

the

'Cross

the

Days!


201

There they can keep

202

all their good

There they can keep

Days!

196

(Stgs)

197

Pno.

They were a - sleep

195

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
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or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

in The Good

mp

cit - y!

193

194


mp

all their good

old

old

- 17 -

203

204

days.

205

There they can

Ens.

days.

Pno.

210


206

keep

all their

Good

keep

all their

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208

209

Old

Good


(Pno1)

211

212

213

Old

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
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au a s
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or e e
iz o n
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fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

There they can

#1 The Good Old Days

214

"Shine!" PV

215

216

Days!
Ens.

Days!

(+Vln)



Pno.

PIANO/VOCAL

- 18 -

1A

POLICEMAN

After Good Old Days

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

CUE:
APPLAUSE SEGUE from #1




ff

Piano

Pno.

Vocal

Policeman:

12

"whistle"

Half time (h=q)

mp


Pno.

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

L'istesso (h=124)

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

13


10

14

15

11

"Shine!" PV

16

Vocal

#1A After Good Old Days

- 19 -

17

18

19

POLICE: Well now Dick, this isn't the Astor House.


We don't sleep 'til noon in this hotel.

"freely"

rit.

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rit e or
te rfo e
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m th ad
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m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

(vln)

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

- 20 -

BLANK

PIANO/VOCAL

- 21 -

Dick
Ensemble

Shine

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
DICK: Right. And you'll never see them again, whereas
they coulda become a regular. Observe.

Vocal

Freely

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
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n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

DICK: Shine your shoes sir?


DICK: Be sure to give my regards to the Mayor. Just tell him "Ragged Dick". He'll know.
CUSTOMER: No time sonny. I have important business at City Hall.

Piano

mp gently

Vocal

Pno.

DICK: I black his boots by special appointment. That's how I pay


my city taxes. His honor wouldn't consider going to City Hall
without a shine from yours truly.

CUST: Friends of yours, is he?

pp

"Shine!" PV

Mysterious 2 (h=82)

10

Dick:

in a P.T. Barnum sideshow manner, at first,


like reciting instructions for a potion or spell.

CUST: And why is that?



Pno.

mp w/ pedal

14

mag - ic

lurk - ing.

And I

19

15

It un-locks

the se - cret

16

17


of

suc - cess,

20 Moderato

rit.

guar - an - tee it won't stop

23

24

(h=106)

21

work - ing.

It

25

may

mf

a bit freely,
with a twinkle

CUST: Very well, then.

Pno.

nev - er guess

22

Vocal

where you would

18

Pno.

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
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n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

12

there is

Pno.

box

13

Vocal

Here's a

11

Vocal

#2 Shine

- 22 -

be

just

shoe - shine,

but

"Shine!" PV

26

27

am here to

Pno.

Vocal

Pno.

When you have got

new shine, you're well

on

31

your way!

To

34
35
36
37


keep your day from lack - in'
in op - por - tun - i - ty,
Just try
a bit o' black - in' pro

38
39
40
41
42
43


vi - ded
by me!
A shine




is

Pno.

say

32
33

44

Vocal

30

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

29

Pno.

28

Vocal

#2 Shine

- 23 -


45

46

real - ly all that you need,

47

and you will see there'll

48

be

achange in your luck!

49

50

"Shine!" PV
52

shine

Pno.

Vocal

P.

Mor - gan!

Vocal

59

64

60

55

56



And by to - night

you might

61

62

that.

You have

66

is

67

thin and

thread - bare.

Your

68

to keep your head bare

'cause you've got

no hat.

But

71
72
73
74

en - dur - ance, you're gon - na do just fine

65

be

You're coat

69
70


if you've got

Pno.

J.

58

pants are worse than

Pno.

63

to suc - ceed,

54

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

you are bound

57

Vocal

and

53

51

Vocal

#2 Shine

- 24 -

With faith and self as - sur - ance and the

"Shine!" PV
76

price

Pno.

Underscore (scene)
82

83

84

(Cello)

85

93

94

95

96

101

102

103

pizz.

97

98

arco



100

Pno.

87
88
89
90
91
92

86

Pno.

shine!

79

(glock.)

81

(Vln)

Pno.

78

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

80

[customer hands
Dick a coin]

of



Pno.

77

75

Vocal

#2 Shine

- 25 -

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105

99


106

"Shine!" PV

107

Pno.

#2 Shine

- 26 -

108

109

110

111

112

arco

113

115

116

117

118

119

120

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

114

121

Pno.

Vocal

124
125
126
127

122

128

123

129

130 VAMP

131

132

133

134

MAN #3: Nonsense. A shine is a shine.


Some
DICK: No mister-- With all due respect--

Pno.

"Shine!" PV

Vocal


mf

don't have

twist.

But

140

am - a - teurs can't

do

it

They

MICKEY

142

the wrist.

143

Our

146

keep 'em

on

the

150

We'll fur - nish

the

spit!

We'll

the

glow!

fur - nish

151

Let's

152

say

you've found the

You

go

DICK

149

se - cret keeps 'em fit!

wea - ther

We'll

148

the leath - er,

145

Your shoes won't mind the

144

fur - nish us

Pno.

147

Vocal

Just give a rag

Pno.

it

139

141

to

138

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

137


think there's noth ing

Pno.

136

135

#2 Shine

- 27 -

"Shine!" PV

153

Vocal

MICKEY
154



155

girl you would choose

to be your wife

Pno.

life

So you set the date!

159

But

hey,

she

takes

one

look

164

Like

flat!

Pno.

158

163

Vocal

for

157

160

Vocal

156

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

#2 Shine

- 28 -

161

at

your

shoes

165

that!

BOTH

162

Right

at

the

MICKEY

166

And

leaves

you

al -

tar!

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

168

169

170

171

172

[Offers his arm, but no one is there. Foswell and Mickey come to the rescue.]

175

Vocal

176

Pno.

We

re - mem

Vocal

well

Ens.

on

Good


Pno.

But

your

182

how

it

way!

183

To

to

am here

say

that when you've got a

Now

it's

It

new shine

you're



in The

184

180

Lit - tle New York

beck - oned:

179

keep your day from

178

Days.

Old

ber

181

shoe - shine,

3 Business Men:

3 Boys:

MAN #2: All right boys. Let's see what you can do.

177


may be just a

Ens.

174

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

173

167

#2 Shine

- 29 -

lack - in'

in

north

of

185

op - por - tun - i -

For

ty

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

187

ty,

Sec

Pno.

ond!

o'

black - in'

Pop - ping its

192

(1 guy)

by

me!

since The

Good

Old

Days!

193

194

all that you need,

and you will

cork

190

pro - vid - ed

is real - ly

195

196

see

there'll

be

That

great

big

Ooo


O - ver

Pno.

bit

shine
(1 guy)

Ens.

191

Vocal

try

189

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Ens.

Just

188

186

#2 Shine

- 30 -

to

Brook - lyn

they're rais

ing

up

that

great

big

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

change

203

Vocal

all

you


Ens.

Base - ball and

Pno.

fool,

use

be

riff - raff!

damn

out in the har

J.

P.

And

el - e - vat - ed

less

205

And by to -

might

and you are bound to suc - ceed,

bor

they plan

to

build

204

202

Ooo

And


night

201

shine

fall down!

200

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

bridge.

199

in your luck!

bridge.Watch it

Ens.

198

197

#2 Shine

- 31 -

sta

tue!

206

Mor - gan!

So

spit - tin' cin - ders!

this

207

So

So

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

All:

208

if

209

you would dis - cov - er

210

the se - cret

211

of your growth

To mil -

212

lov - er

Or

213

lion - naire or

214

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

#2 Shine

- 32 -

215

pref -'ra - bly

Pno.

both!

The rule could not

be

217

strict - er,



218

It's that way by

219

de - sign:

The

fight


Pno.

220

Vocal

216

that ends

221

in

vic - tor - y

222

be - gins with

223 Pull

back

224

Dick:

Re -

shine!

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

Ens.

Slower like a minister with a congregation

225

#2 Shine

- 33 -

call

that

dec -

mp

optional

226

la - ra - tion,

The

prom - ise

to

our

227

228

na - tion

Of


Of

Ah

Vocal

molto rall.

229

234

Vocal

Really fast 2 (h=152)

230

231

life

235

and the pur - suit

236




Pno.

232


ff
3
3







lib - er - ty and

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

of

237

238

233



shine!

239

240

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

- 34 -

BLANK

PIANO/VOCAL

- 35 -

Dick

Respectable

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
DICK: This coast once belonged to General George Washington!
Oh, yes! He wore it crossin' the Delaware!
CARLISLE: It seems you have distinguished friends.
You musn't let him upset you.

Delicately

p dolce

Piano

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

DICK: These clothes? I only wear 'em cause


they help folks to notice me.

[Allen Carlisle appears.]

CARLISLE: I once knew a boot-black who got


just three cents a shine. You're getting five. You're already ahead of him. [he continues...]

Pno.

(Vln)

[CUE]
DICK: You're better'n me. And I'm good.
9

Vocal

Pno.

Dictated

[Dialogue]

Simply (h=76)

10

CARLISLE: Maybe I missed a couple of spots.


Why don't you take a crack at them?

11

DICK: Yessir!

DICK

Hey,

will

you

"Shine!" PV

look

at

proud

Pno.

Vocal

20

look

Pno.

and

tall,

17

You'd think

won - der

who

he

is,

15

that

all

18

at him,

It's clear to

the

26

chance

to be!

world

is

19

his.

22

23

see

27

But it's

so

the

28

ver - y

Just

take

He's all

fel - la

the

This

21

know I've got

Pno.

25

Vocal

mp legato

him,

16

Vocal

14

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

13

Vocal

12

#03 Respectable

- 36 -

24

things I'm

not,

but

29

far

from black - in'

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

31

boots.

Pno.

Vocal

Pno.

Vocal

Pno.

hats

mp

39

43

40

48

does,When peo - ple look his way, They

45

49

46

50

DICK: No folks. I'm on my own at The Box Hotel.


But you wouldn't know about that.

CARLISLE: Do you live with you folks?

suits.

he

44

and lin - en

sim - ply say, "Re - spect - a - ble."

34

No mat - ter who

42

47

38

what he does,

41

Vocal

mf

37

cra - vats and Der - by

36

No mat - ter

Pno.

33

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

35

silk

To wear - in'

32

30

#03 Respectable

- 37 -

51

CARLISLE: I might.

Though shin - ing

"Shine!" PV

shoes

Pno.

53

re - mains

chore,

mp

Vocal

58

to

try

and

reach

for more!

As

ev' - ry

I'm not

60

like - ly

And if

61

lad,

con - tent to know

mp

meant for Pres - i - dent




be

was - n't

68

I'd

I've

day goes by

can't com -

67

Pno.

62
63
64
65
66

Vocal

59

pare.

Pno.

56

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

a worth - y

got

55

57

Vocal

54

Vocal

52

#03 Respectable

- 38 -

69


70

that ev' - ry - where

or

I'd

71

mil - lion - naire,

72

go,When peo - ple look my way, They

73

Vocal

sim

ply

77

Vocal

"Re - spec

rit.

78

79

CARLISLE: I was right. You do have talent.

Pno.

say:

75

76

ta - ble!"

(Vln)

80

81

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

74

#03 Respectable

- 39 -

"Shine!" PV

DICK: Thank you, sir. A dime! What a beautiful thing.

At

SEGUE AS ONE to #3A

PIANO/VOCAL

- 40 -

3A

Dick

Into Snobden's

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
SEGUE from #3

Freely, in 2
Dick

Vocal

first you'll earn a

nick - el


on

Pno.

which soon be- comes a

dime.

mp

Piano

flood starts with a

trick - le.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

ly

mf

It

Very brisk march (q=148)

10

11

takes time.

14
15
13

12

Pno.

"Shine!" PV


19

18

20

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

17

21

16

Pno.

#3A Into Snobden's

- 41 -

PIANO/VOCAL

- 42 -

Chapin, Higgins,
Snobden, Dick

Silas Snobden, Inc.


CUE:
DICK: "I'll take it!"

Vocal

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

Moderate March (q=130)

(Cello)

Pno.

Vocal


Chapin

10

VAMP


11

We

Freely

12

all of us have jobs to do and all of them are large. But

Pno.

molto rit.
9

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

mp

SNOBDEN: Good. Chapin, the position is filled. (continues)...

(Vln)

Piano

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

mp sweetly

"Shine!" P/V

13

Vocal

#4 Silas Snobden, Inc.

- 43 14

15

Tempo I (q=130)

no one's more im - por - tant than my - self, The Clerk - in - Charge!

16

Vocal

Pno.

Higgins:

17

mf

tru - ly runs the stock - room

Pno.

18

Vocal

mf

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

19

And I

Yours

20

run it like a king!

It's

or - ga - nized so no - one else but

"Shine!" P/V

Both:

me can find a thing!

share the Snob - den

Pno.

bask

25

rep - re - sent

When

the Snob - den

Clan.

26

ways.

in Snob - den

Pno.

23

you

be - come

We'll

27

Snob - den man, You'll






28

Vocal

24

Vocal

We

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

22

21

Vocal

#4 Silas Snobden, Inc.

- 44 -

29

rays!

The

name of Si - las Snob - den

30

is the

"Shine!" P/V

31

ver - y best in town!

34

Vocal

face


face

Pno.

Chapin:

36

not

let

us

And we are

37

40

Both:

the world

with - out

proud

to

38

are

tall.

We're proud to

41

blink!

42

For we're

43

o - ver - joyed

the world

(Cello)

are

And we

Higgins:

tall.

39

And we

Pno.

35

deliberate

And when you join this broth - er - hood, You must

down!

Vocal

33

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

32

Vocal

#4 Silas Snobden, Inc.

- 45 -

"Shine!" P/V
45

Just

Pno.

to

be

Pno.

Vocal

by

Si - las

47

51

mf

den,


54

(Vln)

When

55

Both:

When you havefin - ished sweep - ing them,You'll

Higgins:

(Cym)

52

Inc.

49

ff

you ar rive at eight o' - clock, You'll sweep the floors and then

Pno.

48



mf

Snob

53

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

em - ployed

50

46

44

Vocal

#4 Silas Snobden, Inc.

- 46 -

"Shine!" P/V

#4 Silas Snobden, Inc.

- 47 -

57
58
Chapin:

Both:

56

sweep them once a - gain!

And

Vocal


Pno.

Vocal

po - lish glass!

Pno.

63

62

And if

you

do

not

64

You'll

fin - ish

all

you

You'll

65

brass!

shirk,

po - lish

You'll

61

60

put - ting down your trust-y broom,You'll then pick upyour mop!

And

59

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
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or e e
iz o n
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n e n
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m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

when those floors are nice and clean,You'll be al - lowed to stop,

Vocal

"Shine!" P/V

Vocal

have

to

do

in

69

Vocal

to start

your

68

Pno.

Chapin:

Higgins:

70

72

Vocal

Pno.

73

own

Snobden

spit - toon!

74

Your

You'll be al - lowed to clean out Mis - ter

almost spoken

hours

71

Both:

Snob - den's

You'll

clean out shelves!You'll clean out drawers!And may - be ver - y soon,

Chapin:

work!

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
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re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

time


Pno.

67

66

#4 Silas Snobden, Inc.

- 48 -

are

from

mp

75

eight

to

six,

With

"Shine!" P/V

time

lunch

78

at two.

poco rall.

Dick:

you.

God

(Vln)

84

Vocal

fif - teen

min - utes,

Mis-ter Snob - den.

wish we had ad - van - ta - ges like yours

when we

85

83

bless you

Son,

it's up to

mf

82

Pno.

spend those

Majestic (q=100)

how you

80

You're a

her - o

Snobden, Higgins,
Chapin:

all un - sung!

We


Pno.

79

And


81

Vocal

for

77

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
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au a s
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or e e
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l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

76

Vocal

#4 Silas Snobden, Inc.

- 49 -

were

86

young!


87

CHAPIN: Higgins! The jacket!

Dick:

And I'll be

"Shine!" P/V

Tempo I (q=130)

88

Vocal

be

tall!

91

be

proud!

And

life

proud and

life

I'll

Be

is grand

is grand

90

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
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m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

And

Yes you'll

92

Vocal

89

tall!
Other 3:

Pno.

#4 Silas Snobden, Inc.

- 50 -

As

it

can

93

94

95

be!

For the


Pno.

of - fice boy

For

96

Who's the

the

of - fice boy

"Shine!" P/V

of

98

the of

Snob

Vocal

Snob


Pno.

fice

Si - las

boy

at

Si - las

Snob

101

at

99

100

den,

den,

102

at Snob - den

104

I.

N.

I.

N.

Si - las

den,

Si - las



At

103

at Snob - den


At

Snob

den,

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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
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iz o n
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n e n
fro of lo
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Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

fice boy

accel.

97

Vocal

#4 Silas Snobden, Inc.

- 51 -

"Shine!" P/V

105

Prestissimo (q=156)

106

C.!

C.!

ff

110

109

Pno.

108

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
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n e n
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m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
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l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

107

Vocal

#4 Silas Snobden, Inc.

- 52 -

[DOOR CLOSES]


ff

PIANO/VOCAL

- 53 -

Gerrish
Cronies

Cock and Bull

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
DICK: I kinda like it here-on the outside. Good luck, Luke.

In 1 (h.=56)

Vocal

mp espr.



man


Piano

Vocal

is

both

la - zy

12

doubt


Piano

11

(vocal last x)

and

13

Then there

14


can

be

15

of

16

sure


Is

bit

you

10

is - n't

cal - ling him

poor,

What they're

If

a bit conversational, clean

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
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or e e
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Sa is ed
m sco for
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l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

3 VAMP

GERRISH: You always was a dreamer kid. When you gonna wise up?


Piano

"Shine!" P/V

17

18

19

shift - less and

26

Vocal

rich,

35

Dig a ditch!"

42

sim - ple and

28

No one

29

30

both - ers

to

sweet,

31

nag

or to

32

prod,


"Shoe a

36

37

38

He's his Lord - ship of

39

Lei - sure,

40

by God!

So the

(leh - sure)

43

24

34

dif - f'rence is

Piano

23

But if

41

Vocal

he was born

horse! Car - ry bricks!

Piano

27

33

22

in - do - lent lout!


luck - i - ly,

Piano


25

Vocal

21

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Piano

20

Vocal

#5 Cock and Bull

- 54 -

44

45

And an

46

id - ler you

47

are,

or are

not!

48

If you

"Shine!" P/V

49

Vocal

id - le

all

50

day on

51

52

street!

53

Or you


54

id - le

all

day on

55

yacht!

legato

56

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Piano

#5 Cock and Bull

- 55 -

57

Oh,

Pno.

Piano

63

Vocal

mf

the

64

fools!

Pno.

Piano

58

on

65

and

62

on, And they take

66

what you're called

goes

61

us

for

all








mf espress.

And

60

Cock and Bull

59

67


for

what you

do

de - pends on who's mak - ing the

68

69

70

"Shine!" P/V
72

rules,

the rules!

73

De - pends
3

Piano

on

who's
3

74

mak - ing

the

76

rules!

75

DICK: Same old stuff, Luke. I've got a job. Try it, you might change your tune.

77

Piano

79

92

80

85

93

86

81

87

94

95

88

91

Piano

84

83

Piano

78

89

96

97

[Cronies enter]

82

90

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

71

Vocal

#5 Cock and Bull

- 56 -

98

"Shine!" P/V

99

Vocal

VAMP

100

101

#5 Cock and Bull

- 57 102

103

104

cresc.

Piano

Piano

mf peasante

dol - lar

107

or

113

114

110

know who'll get


115

116

legato

I'm

117

'Cause

of the blame!

all

111

caught, I know just what they'll do,

they're


109

Oh, I

108

two,

If I'm

Pno.

mf

106

112

Vocal

mis - sing

Pno.

105

Vocal

Piano

If

GERRISH: You're right. I didn't reach high enough!

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

SECOND CRONIE: Yeah, you're doin' somethin' wrong.

on

to

the

"Shine!" P/V

118

rules
3

Piano

124

guile

Piano

skin

Pno.

But

if

can

be

craft - y

with

calliope/circus

jug - gle

the

125

As

you

130

Piano

122

126

127

books

128

of a bank,


Or I

129

Vocal

121

game!
3

123

Vocal

of the

120

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

119

Vocal

#5 Cock and Bull

- 58 -

live

as you

131

132

smile,

133

I'm

crook


134

of a

mf

mf

much high - er

"Shine!" P/V

136

rank!

Pno.

So it's





mp

Vocal

144

down.

Pno.

Piano

Vocal

Steal

Pno.


Piano

141

142

That will make you rise

Steal

mf

mf

149

hun - dred,

146

you

bun

147

gle the

job!

mil - lion, you're

mp

or go

up

145

148

140

rob

mp

139

all in the way that you




143


138

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Piano

137

135

Vocal

#5 Cock and Bull

- 59 -

150

151

152

run - ning

the

town!

While

the

"Shine!" P/V

153

Cock and

154

155

Bull

goes

CRONIES & ENS. (woman 8va)

Chorus

on

and

156

157

on, And there's

Piano

Vocal

159

160

Pno.

Piano

pause!

Chorus

er

an

Mm

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

Mm

nev

158

Vocal

#5 Cock and Bull

- 60 -

161

And what

162

you're called

163

what you

for

Mm

164

do

De -

"Shine!" P/V

165

Vocal

pends

Chorus

on

166

who's

writ

Vocal


Piano

ing

the

on

who's

pends

Pno.

laws,

the

laws!

De -

169

168

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Piano

167

Mm

Pno.

#5 Cock and Bull

- 61 -

170

writ

ing

the

laws!

172

171

rall.

173

Tell

me,

ff

ff

"Shine!" P/V

Will

Pno.

Piano

186

Vocal

Piano

of

177

life

182

178

ease, Or

life

That,

179

be - hind

is

friend,

will

al - ways




mf cresc.


de - fin - ing the

my

188

184

187

183

Cock and

185

Bull!

de

190

pend

on

191

Who

is

de

mf cresc.

lock?

189

180

mp

Tempo I (h.=56)

Who

Pno.

live

Much Slower (q=120)


Piano

181

Vocal

176

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

175

Vocal

A tempo

174

#5 Cock and Bull

- 62 -

fin - ing?

"Shine!" P/V

Who

193

is

195

de - fin - ing? De - fin - ing the

194

ff

196

Cock and

197

Bull!

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Piano

192

Vocal

#5 Cock and Bull

- 63 -

PIANO/VOCAL

- 64 -

5A

Orchestra

Cock and Bull Playout

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
APPLAUSE SEGUE from #5

A bit faster (h.=68)

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

ff


Pno.

14


ff

15

11

12

17

18

10

16



19



Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Piano


20



13

21

OPTIONAL CUT

- 65 -

PIANO/VOCAL

Stacia

Maybe Today

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

CUE:
STACIA: Oh, I have someone. He's just not the lantern-buying sort.

Moderato, not too slowly

VENDOR: A girl like you deserves better.

[Stacia begins her walk home. The Chinese lantern in hand.]

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony



mp dolce

Piano

Pno.

STACIA

One

Pno.

of these days he'll

Vocal

10

11

tell

me he loves

me;

mp molto espr.

may - be

to - day.

12

- 66 -

"Shine!" PV

#6 Maybe Today

Vocal

One

of these days he's


17

Why

Pno.

cer - tain to say

it;

may - be

to - mor - row.

mp

is it so

im

18

por - tant to hear

those

19

20

words,

mp legato

22

When

Pno.

16

still

un - said

21

Vocal

15

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

Pno.

14

13

ev' - ry - day

23

hear them so clear - ly

24

in - side

my

head?

Vln

- 67 -

"Shine!" PV

#6 Maybe Today

25

Vocal

Dreams can come true

26

and

wish - es

27

get grant - ed;

28

may - be to - day.

29

Vocal

Mir -a - cles, too,

are

30

wait

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

31

ing to hap - pen;

32

may - be

to

mor

row!




Pno.

33

Vocal

May - be to - mor - row



Pno.

mf

34

turns

in - to nev - er.

35

rit.

I could wait a life time.



mp

mf legato

36


I could wait for - ev - er. But

- 68 -

"Shine!" PV

may

be

40

Vocal


Pno.

he

loves

me

39

to

day.

mp dolce

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

he'll say


Pno.

38

A tempo

37

Vocal

#6 Maybe Today

41

42

MCHUGH: Stacia! Oh you gave me a start! (continues)...

43

Pno.

p
(Cello)

44

45

p solo

46

(Vln)

50

Pno.

51

52

47

48

49

53


54

- 69 -

"Shine!" PV

#6 Maybe Today

MCHUGH: Hopin' is one thing, Stacia. Dreamin' is another.

55

57

58

59

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

56

Why

im

por - tant to hear

those

62

words,

mp legato

64

When

Pno.

is it so

61

still

un - said

63

Vocal

Pno.

60

ev' - ry - day

65

hear them so clear - ly

in - side

my

66

head?

- 70 -

"Shine!" PV
67

Vocal

Dreams

and

wish - es

get grant -

ed;

may

69

be

to - day.

71

Mir

-a

cles, too,

are

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

can come true

f legato

70

Vocal



Pno.

68

#6 Maybe Today

wait - ing

to hap

72

pen;

- 71 -

"Shine!" PV

#6 Maybe Today

73

Vocal

74

may - be

to

mor

75

row!

May - be to - mor - row

76

turns

in - to nev - er.

rit.

77

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

I could wait a life - time.

mp

Pno.

81

Vocal

78

I could wait for - ev - er.

83

day.


Pno.

loves

me

rit.

be he'll say

May -

he

80

82

But may - be he'll say

A tempo

79

loves me

to -

84

he

to -

Vocal

Pno.

Pi mosso

86

rit.

87

85

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

- 72 -

"Shine!" PV
#6 Maybe Today

88

day.

PIANO/VOCAL

- 73 -

6A

ORCHESTRA

Into The Saloon

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
APPLAUSE SEGUE from #6 Maybe Today

Piano

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Saloon-like swing (q=128)

PIANO/VOCAL

- 74 -

6B

ORCHESTRA

Intro to Put Your Money In

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
FOSWELL: Yes. How do we lose it?
DICK: We don't.

...converted to the Common.

Big future, the Erie.

Piano

...place like this one.

BUCK: The kids loaded!

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

BUCK: He's talking


acquisitions!

Vocal

Dictated

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

SEGUE AS ONE TO #7

PIANO/VOCAL

- 75 -

4 Bucks, Dick,
Foswell

Put Your Money In

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
SEGUE FROM #6B

Piano


mf

Vocal

Buck 4

Put your mon - ey in

Vocal

10

11

12

whim!

to

can un - lock the door

In - dulg - ing each


And you

mf

rich - es,

Pno.

stock!


Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

Moderate 2 (h=108)

"Shine!" P/V


Buy

cor - por - ate

Vocal

17

18

22


Un - less

23

Buck 1


I can't be -

24

25

It's

paid a

pre - ferred.

20

him!

Now here'e some love - ly

19

you are

Don't lis - ten to

lieve what I've heard!

Pno.

dig - ging ditch - es!

21


Pno.

fond of

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

16

Vocal

15

bond!


Pno.

14

Buck 3

13

Vocal

#7 Put Your Money In

- 76 -


di - vi - dend

through

"Shine!" P/V
27

28

thick and through thin.

32

plen - ty

of cash,

Vocal

39

35

Nice - ly af - ford

You'll still have

36

Buck 2

an - y ex - pen - sive sin!But

41



They val - ue is

fine and

ev - 'ry

bub - ble

say

40

30

Put your mon - ey in wine.

Pno.

38

34

So you can live like a lord,

37

goes 'crash!'

33


Pno.

mar - ket

the

31

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

And if

29

26

Vocal

#7 Put Your Money In

- 77 -

"Shine!" P/V

47

Vocal

Will add

44

Buck 1

49

Vocal

53

Make a lit - tle in - vest -

Pno.

2,3,&4

Each dol - lar in

54


You'll dis - cov - er you'll

two!


All 4

56

If you will

55

it goes wake!

Take a fly - er or

51

ment!

50

Un - til

52


Pno.

48

Cal - i - for - ni - a's grand,

land out there will dou - ble!

46

to your stake!

45

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

43

42

Vocal

#7 Put Your Money In

- 78 -

"Shine!" P/V

feel

58

brand

Vocal

sub.p

63

Nev - er catch a bear un - less you


Pno.

Vocal

sub.p

66

you!


Pno.

67

68

Put - tin' mon - ey in.

69


for

70

oil!

mf

Put your mon - ey in

65

All

Buck 2

DICK: Yes? FOSWELL: No!

64

put a lit - tle hon - ey in

Feelin' fun - ny in

61

Just don't go

62

60

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

new!

59

57

Vocal

#7 Put Your Money In

- 79 -

You'll eas - i - ly

"Shine!" P/V


72

73

foil a bad de - pres - sion!

76

Vocal

1,3,&4


Pno.

79

Vocal

oil

on

his

80

con

sion!

ces

81

er

hit

They on

They nev

78

oil!

77

a - way from his

Pno.

Keep

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

75

I'm tel - ling you, bud!

74

71

Vocal

#7 Put Your Money In

- 80 -

ly

hit

"Shine!" P/V

82

83

Buck 4

mud!

is as

who went out west with

a pan,

rich as

95

your prayers,

Buck 3

96

Or you can Tear 'em up small,

97

93

his shares.

Hang on the wall


They'll ans - wer

all of

take time

92

I'll sell you

91

can be!

90

And now that

all of

Pno.

94

Vocal

89

min - er

Pno.

87

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

86

88

85

I know a pros - pec - tin' man

Pno.

84

Vocal

#7 Put Your Money In

- 81 -

98

Out in the old priv-

"Shine!" P/V

Buck 1


100

101

ee! Hey, lis - ten!

104

Vocal

105

109

Vocal

an in - ven - tion to un -

110

111

get a cart to

108

1,3,&4

With- out

an - y

113

with - out

bet!

112

trav - el

Don't you cov - er that

Buck 2

107

106

Who have

They think they can

Pno.

all his - to - ry's course!

Pno.

rav - el

men

103

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

I know sev - er - al

102

99

Vocal

#7 Put Your Money In

- 82 -

an - y

horse!

"Shine!" P/V
114

Vocal

#7 Put Your Money In

- 83 -


All 4

If

115

you will

116

Try a lit - tle ad

ven

117

ture!

Take a gam - ble or

horse!?

Pno.


118

Vocal

two!

Vocal

124

Put - tin' mon - ey in.

feel

brand

120

Feelin' fun - ny in

Pno.

You'll dis - cov - er you'll

123

119

Pno.

121

125

sub.p

126


Just don't go

Mon - ey's like a kind - a day you're

122

new!

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

feel - in' nice 'n sun- ny in

sub.p

mf

127

Vocal

mf

129

for

130

Vocal

132

We've a se - cret to

Pno.

mp

137

Vocal

tell:

134

135


Some peo - ple would sell most an - y

old

138

loud

But we're hap - py to

ff

139

136

stock

to an - y young

133

pup!

Pno.

quiet, it's a secret

131

you!

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

128

All

#7 Put Your Money In

- 84 -

"Shine!" P/V

140

say

141

We are - n't that

"Shine!" P/V
142

143

way,We've al - ways sold

Vocal

Drag tempo in 4 (q=132)

up!

If

you

will

149

ven

150

ture!

Take a fly - er or

151

two!

feel

brand

dis - cov - er be - fore

you're

You'll dis - cov - er you'll


You'll

153

154

155

Dick & Foswell

new!

Just don't go

through

That if you

Pno.

that on - ly goes

147

152

Vocal

rit.
molto

146

Try a lit - tle ad

Pno.

stock

148

145

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

144

Vocal

#7 Put Your Money In

- 85 -

"Shine!" P/V

molto accel.

157

Feelin' fun - ny in

mp staccato

160

Vocal

Lot - sa mon - ey in.

Fast 2 (h=118)

161

162

Vocal

mf legato



Pno.

mp staccato

159

bun - nies who keep bun- ny - in'

163

164



fp

For

166

All

Pno.

add Bucks

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

cresc.

Put - tin' mon - ey in. Soon it's gon - na mul- ti - ply like

Put some mon- ey in

158

156

Vocal

#7 Put Your Money In

- 86 -

167

165

You!

169

168

170

PIANO/VOCAL

- 87 -

7A

ORCHESTRA

Put Your Money In Playout

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
APPLAUSE SEGUE from #7 Put Your Money

L'istesso, swung (h=108)


ff

Pno.

12

Vocal

13

10

14

Pno.

Piano

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

15

11

16

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

- 88 -

BLANK

PIANO/VOCAL

- 89 -

MRS. MOONEY

The Room

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
MOONEY: What are those?


(Cello)

10

MOONEY: Oh. Well!

not

o - ver sun - ny.

The floor kind - a waves, and the


me boy, it's the

for the mon - ey, you'll

best

The

13

pay!

But,

It

12

(Vln)

ceil - ing slants fun- ny.

11

Buck - o,

Pno.

MOONEY

Vocal

room is - n't large and it's

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

mp

Vocal

DICK: Just some Wall Street prospectuses.


Always keep 'em here. Next to my heart.
(Vln)

Piano

Vocal

[In the manner of a comic Vaudevillian number. Not exactly sung.]

Moderato (q=130)

"Shine!" PV
14

15

Vocal

19

to,

mp

25

You can

If you're par - tial to

mp

24

23

say!

21

to the pen - ny, I

20

mon - ey's worth down

eat here as well, if you care

Pno.

I - rish lamb

22

for

stew.

With

bet - ter than Moon - ey's, you're not find - ing an - y

get - tin' your

Pno.

But

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

in Cork or Kil - kin - ey.

a cast - le



18

Vocal

17



is - n't

Pno.

16

Vocal

#8 The Room

- 90 -

"Shine!" PV

#8 The Room

- 91 -

[She giggles at her own joke.]

26

Vocal

27

28

29

30

plen - ty of gab - bage and lots of po - ta - toes. There's e - ven some lamb in it, too!

31

Vocal

33

ev - 'ry Sun - day,

week

Pno.

dot

35

get a fresh towel on the

34

Vocal

32

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

You'll

starts on Sun - day


36

and Sun - day's

Two spank - in' clean sheets Ev - 'ry fourth or fifth Mon - day.

just one

day a - way.

37

(Vln)

38

The

So,

"Shine!" PV


dear

by

bet - ter move

43

in

you'd

Pno.

47

Vocal

45

MOONEY

46

A
MOONEY: Actually, that's wise.

48

49


mp

50

smart gent like you can't be

Pno.

to - day!

MOONEY: You mean you don't want to see it first?

44

DICK: Sounds perfect. How much?

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal


41

42

Mis - ter Hunt - er,


Pno.

40

39

Vocal

#8 The Room

- 92 -

lied

to or led on.

meet all me oth - er

com - pet - i - tors head - on.

And

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

if

mf

57

win - dow and cur - tain.

mp

(Vln)

58

poor

60

61

back

has been hurt - in'

clean it me - self when me back is - n't hurt - in'.

The

for - tu - nate - ly, me

Pno.

the spot!

"cutesy"

59

on

56

Vocal

room comes com - plete with a

Pno.

54

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

53

am ly - ing, may God strike me dead

55

Pno.

52

51

#8 The Room

- 93 -

lot!

Un-

62

DICK: It has a real ceiling?

There's a
MOONEY: Well, most of me rooms do.

"Shine!" PV
64



ver - y nice chest with a

67

Vocal

Some

72

Vocal

com - fort - a - ble bed,But no smok - ing in bed.In fact,

Pno.

69

70

[serious now.]

71

73

This

noth - in' in bed but your - self!

shelf!

68

hooks and a han - dy wide

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

66

mir - ror,

Pno.

65

63

Vocal

#8 The Room

- 94 -

74

75

house be - in' I - rish, when eve - nin' ap - proach - es You might see some elves driv- in' wee gold - en coach - es.

Pno.

And

"Shine!" PV

lep - re - chauns dressed up like roach - es,

but roach - es

they're not!

76

Vocal

#8 The Room

- 95 77

78

79

So,

80

Vocal


dear

83

Vocal

Mis - ter Hun - ter,

81

move

could

not

84

dear

85

Like

Me,

Mis - ter Hun - ter,

in

be blunt - er,

82

mf

bet - ter

Pno.

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

You'd

shot!

PIANO/VOCAL

- 96 -

Dick

Respectability

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
MOONEY: Oh, silly me. I forgot. Here's your key.

Steady 2 (h=86)

Vocal

A key to

Piano

Vocal

Pno.

A door that

mp

locks.

my own.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

call

I might sleep

ev - en bet - ter

10

11

in

a bed

than

in

12

box.

The lap -


mf dolce

mf

o'-

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

Pi mosso

14

15

lux - ur - y

down

Pno.

20

Pno.

This life

is

new

25

Dictated

me

but

al - read

Strict 2 (h=72)

re - spect - a - bil -

com - plete

23

re - flect

26

hall not

rit.

to

22

of all, that'sdown the

21

the street.

see. This room and

24

Vocal

19

Vocal

18

A bath - room, best

17

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

and all com - plete,

16

13

#9 Respectabiilty

- 97 -

27

28

i - ty.

Segue as one to #10

PIANO/VOCAL

- 98 -

10

Snobden, Higgins,
Dick, Foswell,
Carlisle, Ensemble

Keeping Up with the Times


CUE: Segue from #9

Piano

Vocal

Pno.

Pno.

10

Vocal

WOMAN 1: Astonisihng! WOMAN 2: Incredible! (continues...)

mp marcato

11

12

13

14

VAMP

CUE:
[DICK & FOSWELL Enter]

DICK: Administrators, executors, successors ...

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

Strict, but comic (h=72)

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

15

"Shine!" P/V

Pno.

Vocal

si - tion.

Pno.

19

20

SNOBDEN

puts us

in

mp

That store a - ross the street could do

us

27

Recitative (q=120)

26

24

This


23

22

DICK: Other than my handkerchief, I don't think we


anything in our store that costs less than a dime. Do we
Mr. Snobden? (pause) Mr. Snobden. (Silence)

WATCH FOR CUT-OFF

25

VAMP


Pno.

18

SNOBDEN: Gives me heartburn.

21

Vocal

17

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

16

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 99 -

a dang - er - ous po -

in!

mp

But

"Shine!" P/V

Vocal

29

30

Snob - den has no short - age of am - bi - tion,

Vocal


Pno.


35

37

ser - vice,

We'll

38

While

It's some- times an ad - van - tage to be small.

and

There

con - cen - trate on qual - i - ty

34

ner - vous,

36

33

is - n't an - y rea - son to be

Pno.

32

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

We'll chal - lenge Mis - ter Wool - worth, and we'll win!

31

28

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 100 -

do - ing the most vi - tal thing of

"Shine!" P/V

40

41

all:

Keep - ing

43

Vocal

Pno.

44

That's the busi - ness man's

Stay - ing


46

one step a - head

of the crowd or you're dead

at

the

choreographed, the crowd is mesmerized gazing at the sign, looking at it from all angles, as they hum

48



49

50

Quick - ly spot- ting a trend,


51

That's the smart thing to

Ooo


Nev- er

Ooo

Mm

52

do.

Mm

times,

45

Pno.

mer- can - tile game.

Ensemble

aim.

up with the

47

Vocal

carefully

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

42

Vocal

An Easy Walk (h=70)

39

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 101 -

"Shine!" P/V

Or you're lia - ble to

Pno.

57

Vocal

Pno.

sac - red

I'll make my

mis - sion,

With

58

Ah

life - long

you!

Mm

Ah

56

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

some- one gain - ing on

Mm

Mm

find

Mm

55

54

look - ing be - hind,

Ensemble

a bit faster

53

Vocal

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 102 -

59

hand that's sure

and

60

deft,

To

(straight 8ths)

de -

"Shine!" P/V

feat

all

Pno.

com - pe

63

ti - tion

Til

Mmm

Pno.

just

Snob - den's

is

left!

66

is the worst of all

64

Let - ting

68

crimes!

So to

69

set - tle their hash, Then re

Ooo

(Vln)

67

Mmm

ri - vals win out

Ensemble

Triangle

65

Vocal

62

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

61

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 103 -

"Shine!" P/V

71

72

tire with your cash Down to trop - i- cal climes

Pno.

You must keep

75

up with the times!

74

up with the times!

You must keep

up with the times!

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Ensemble

You must keep

73

76

77


78

Crowd goes into the store (behind the scrim)

70

Vocal

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 104 -

79

SNOBDEN: Back to work, Hunter! Your lunch hour


is only fifteen minutes.

Pno.

80

Pno.

81

82

83

84

Vocal

87

Vocal


Pno.

accel.

86

88

cresc.

cresc.

Vocal

Faster, Excited (h=72)

drink - ing cups and strain - ers, Box - es,


Pno.

92

purs - es, and con - tain - ers, Lath - er

90

mp cresc.

91

89

FOSWELL: Syntax! DICK: Right!

VAMP

HIGGINS: It's a dilly of a store! There is stuff piled high on every counter...
I've never seen such a place!

85

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 105 -

"Shine!" P/V

HIGGINS

They've got

93

brush - es full of brist - les, Lin - en

sub.mp

"Shine!" P/V

95

Vocal

fry - ing, pans for bak - ing, Tins for

Pno.

100

Vocal

98

99

salt and pep - per shak - ing, Plates of

Chi - na, plates of met - al, Here's a

101

102


pot and there's a

Pno.

lad - ders, feath-er dus - ters, pa - per flow - ers, all in clus - ters, Pans for

Th
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w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

97

96

thread,po - lice - mens' whis - tles, Wood - en

Pno.

solo cont'd or DIVISI

94

Vocal

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 106 -

ket - tle. Pret - ty

red and yel - low jewel' ry, Oth - er

fem - i - nine tom- fool - 'ry. Hand - y

"Shine!" P/V

i - ron

Vocal

Pno.

Vocal

cresc.

gar - ments, top

and

HIGGINS: Mr. Snobden!

Pno.

lift - ers.

107

cov - er

105

Lem - on

grat - ers,

sif - ters.

fp

bot - tom.

If

you

'em,

they

have

got

'em!

109

Un - der

HIGGINS: Youre looking very well, sir. I think youve lost some weight (No response, so he flees.) -

SNOBDEN: Higgins...

want

108

106

flo - ur

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

104

103

Vocal

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 107 -

"Shine!" P/V

110

Vocal

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 108 -

Tempo (h=72)

111

DICK

Keep

Ensemble

Ah

112

head

Vocal

and

Ensemble

you'll car - ry

the

115

day!

114

Mm

Mm

Pno.

mob

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

113

of the

Ah

Pno.

You

will

You

will

You

will

"Shine!" P/V

116

nev - er know

want



Ensemble

want

If you stay au cou - rant.

As the Ger - mans would say!

With an

If you stay au cou - rant.

121

proved vo - cab - u - lar - y,

mp


im -

If you stay au cou - rant.

120

Pno.

119

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

want

Vocal

FOSWELL

118

nev - er know

nev - er know

Pno.

DICK

117

Vocal

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 109 -

You'll

earn

122

prais - es

in

the

(straight 8ths)

mp

123

end,

And

have

"Shine!" P/V

Web - ster's

dic - tion - ar - y

as

your

ver

129

ry

best

SNOBDEN, BOYS

127

is

the worst of all

130

131

crimes!


So

to


So

to

So

to

Mmm

Mmm

Let - ting

Mm

friend!

Mm

Pno.

out

Triangle

ri - vals win

Ensemble

126

128

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

125

124

Vocal

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 110 -

"Shine!" P/V

132

Vocal

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 111 -

133

134

set - tle their hash, Then re - tire with your cash Down to trop - i - cal

135

climes

climes

must keep

climes

must keep

You

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

set - tle their hash, Then re - tire with your cash Down to trop - i - cal

Pno.

set - tle their hash, Then re - tire with your cash Down to trop - i - cal

You






Ensemble

You

must keep

choreographed movement of the street scene continues

136

Vocal

137

138

139

140

141

CARLISLE: Silas, old man. How are you? (continues)

up with the times!

Ensemble

up with the times!

up with the times!

Pno.

"Shine!" P/V
142

144

149

150

151

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

152

155

154

156

157

158

Pno.

153

Vocal

148

Pno.

146

147

Pno.

145

143

Pno.

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 112 -

159

160

161

DICK: ...three dollars.

162 VAMP


163

CARLISLE: That's a good start.

CARLISLE

To keep

164

Vocal

up with the

167

sum

169

Is the way to go

from


170

171

Rags to rich - es, young man!

mp

Build - ing

can.

166

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

each lit - tle

Pno.

save what - ev - er you

168

Ensemble

Vocal

165

times

Pno.

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 113 -

"Shine!" P/V

As your

As your

"Shine!" P/V

dol - lars all

Ensemble

out

dimes

out

out

thank

know what to

know what to

dimes

thank

thank

bank

bank

For these trips to the

178

bank

179

keep - ing

Just

keep - ing

Just

As your af - flu --ence climbs

Just

As your af - flu - ence climbs

As your af - flu - ence climbs

You will

For these trips to the

For these trips to the

of nic - kels and

177

You will

You will

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

grow

of nic - kels and

know what to

Pno.

dol - lars all

176

Ensemble

grow

of nic - kels and

175

Vocal

grow

174

dimes

dol - lars all

Pno.

173

172

Vocal

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 114 -

keep-- ing

"Shine!" P/V

180

181

up with the times!

Pno.

184

Vocal

big

went

183

sail - ing

and

scar - y

185

sea,

With his

Ooo

'Cross

that

mp

186

cour - age nev - er

187

fail - ing,

188

He had

Ooo


mp

Ooo

Ooo

Ensemble

up with the times!

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

182

ppp like wind


up with the times!

When brave Co - lum - bus


Ensemble

DICK

Vocal

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 115 -

noth - ing on me!

Ooo

Pno.

"Shine!" P/V

189

Vocal

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 116 -

190

191

[Doors to the bank open, CARLISLE escorts DICK inside.]

Pno.

Ensemble

Pno.

192

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Ah

let's

let's

ff
ff

194

ring

hap - pi - ly

ring

hap - pi - ly

ring

those cen - ten - ni - al

those cen - ten - ni - al

those cen - ten - ni - al

hap - pi - ly

So

193

let's

So

SNOBDEN, FOSWELL

So

Ah

Ensemble

195

Vocal

196

chimes!

Ensemble

If

chimes!

If

Vocal

199

mer - i - ca

200

with keep - ing

mer - i - ca

rhymes

mer - i - ca

rhymes



Pno.

with keep - ing

with keep - ing

rhymes



Ensemble

we

we

197



198

stay in the lead

We arebound to suc - ceed

For A

stay in the lead

We arebound to suc - ceed

For A

stay in the lead

We arebound to suc - ceed

For A

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

If

we

chimes!

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 117 -

"Shine!" P/V

201

202

up with the

times


With keep - ing

up with the

times

up with the

times

With keep - ing

With keep - ing

"Shine!" P/V
204

up

with

Pno.

up

with

the

times!

times!

208

209

210



Pno.

the


Ensemble

206

207

Vocal

with

times!

up

the

accel.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Ensemble

205

203

Vocal

#10 Keeping Up with the Times

- 118 -

PIANO/VOCAL

- 119 -

10A

ORCHESTRA

Keeping Up Playout

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
APPLAUSE SEGUE from #10

Pno.

rit.

10

dim.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Piano

Pno.

11

12

13

L'istesso (h=72)

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

slow arp.

PIANO/VOCAL

- 120 -

11

Stacia
(Gerrish)

Maybe Today Reprise

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

CUE:
STACIA: I remember.

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

GERRISH: You dropped something.

10

Pno.

11

Vocal

Mir -a - cles, too,

Pno.

are

16

wait - ing

17

to hap - pen;

13

(Cello)

espr.

15

14

GERRISH: It's like in the beginning with us.


When anything was possible. And we're there again.

12

GER: ...no more lady friend. We knew.

Dreams can come true and wish - es get grant - ed; may - be to - day.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

p legato

Piano

Pno.

Sweetly (q=110)

18

may - be

to

mor

row.

(Vln)

"Shine!" PV

19

20

22

[They kiss, and the lights fade]

Fast 2 (h=142)

[WALLSTREET]
23

29

33

Pno.

24

25

30

26

31

27

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

Pno.

rit.

21

espr.

Pno.

#11 Maybe Today Reprise

- 121 -

32

28

FOSWELL: Extra!

34

35

36

PIANO/VOCAL

- 122 -

11A

Orchestra

Foswell's Crutch

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

CUE:
MICKEY: ...sold too quick on that one.

(Crotales/Triangle)

Moderato (q=120)

MICKEY: ...President Grant


Declares War on Canada!

Piano

Vocal

VAMP

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

mp

(Cello)

10

11

VAMP

MAN #1: Crutch? Oh. You poor lad. I'm so sorry. [BEAT]

(Vln)

Pno.

(Pno2)

"Shine!" PV

12

VAMP - CUTOFF

15

16

Vocal

Pno.

CUE: MICKEY: Tomorrow, an eyepatch!


17

18

19

20

21

(Triangle)

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

14

MAN #2: A crutch? For you? Oh, what a pity. Good luck, son.

Pno.

13

Vocal

#11A Foswell's Crutch

- 123 -

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

- 124 -

BLANK

PIANO/VOCAL

- 125 -

#12

CHAPIN,
HIGGINS

A Hardworking Boy

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
SNOBDEN: Higgins!

Ad lib (h=96)

Vocal

HIGGINS: I wasn't asleep Mr. Snobden.


Just resting my eyes.

Vocal

Pno.

13

Vocal

moving on

Easy, Simply (h=100)

CHAPIN A

14

10

11

Hard - work - ing Boy

mf

15

16

al.

gen - u - ine joy

17

HIGGINS

18

19

hate him.

12

De - vot - ed and loy

Pno.

rit.
8

[SNOBDEN & DICK exit into the office.


CHAPIN & HIGGINS glare at each other.]

mf comic

Piano

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Not laz - y or sly

And

"Shine!" PV

won't tell

of sen - si

cap - a - ble

Pno.

24


am

tiv - i - ty who knows what

(Pno1)

of

32

sor - did

dou - ble

you

are

33

29

feel - ing.

34

With

Who's

one dis - turb - ing

pizz.

30

mp


ut - ter - ly

in -

(Vln)

deal - ing.

CHAPIN

hate him.





28

25

27

23

He's noth - ing like I

31

Vocal

lie

lad

Pno.

26

Vocal

22

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

21

20

Vocal

#12 A Hardworking Boy

- 126 -

35


fea - ture that

"Shine!" PV

38



37

find is most re - veal - ing:

Vocal

boy is
(Cello)

Pno.

Vocal

(Vln)

He

(Pno1)

50

47

nev - er can get

51

him in

52

meets my eye with head held high and won't talk back no mat

CHAPIN

46

He's Snob - den's new pet.

HIGGINS

45

That

49

threat.

44

dutch!

Pno.

48

CHAPIN

43

HIGGINS

We hate him!

41

40

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

42

Pno.

BOTH

No steal - ing!

39

36

Vocal

#12 A Hardworking Boy

- 127 -

"Shine!" PV

53

54

ter how I

be - rate him,.

that

62

if

mp

66


64

bit more like we

are,

68

69

see more and more

We'd

67

63

he could be

love him.

Pno.

HIGGINS

CHAPIN

65

Vocal

58

much!

61

so

60

think we a - gree

Pno.

him

57

(Vln)

59

Vocal

hate

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

56

[DICK re-enters;takes mop; goes about his work.]

Pno.

55

Vocal

#12 A Hardworking Boy

- 128 -

mf

70

There's trou - ble in store

mf

Un -

"Shine!" PV

less out the door

can

72

78

gon - na make him

Pno.

Vocal

Pno.

75

day that he walked

79

80

A wick - ed lit - tle plot is what we need and we can

84

81

it!

BOTH

82

We'll

brew it!

When

(Vln)

86
87

to

85

in the place,We're


it!

76

there are brains like yours and mine,There's real - ly noth - ing

The

83

CHAPIN

rue

(Pno)

HIGGINS

shove him!

77

Vocal

we

74

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

73

71

Vocal

#12 A Hardworking Boy

- 129 -

88

do it!

We

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

90

Pno.

Vocal

94

That

trust - worth - y

95

96

He can't

HIGGINS



Pno.

97

93

That

And what's most un - fair,

CHAPIN

air

(Stgs)

92

98

spell!

BOTH


We'd

dres - sing with care

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

91

hate him!

HIGGINS

89

#12 A Hardworking Boy

- 130 -

99


be so glad to

"Shine!" PV

101

take this lad and

103

104

106

We

107

108

109

him!


like hell!

110

him!

ly e - rad - i - cate

hate

Pno.

just for fun com - plete

105

Vocal

102

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

100

Vocal

#12 A Hardworking Boy

- 131 -

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

- 132 -

BLANK

PIANO/VOCAL

- 133 -

#12A

Orchestra

Rob Learns to Shine

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
DICK: Hello Rob. Excuse me, I have to finish my work.

(Vln)
mp dolce

Piano

Pno.

15

Pno.

Pno.

10

11

12

16

20

17

13

14

mf

Romantically

19

(Cello)

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Freely, slow (h=72)

rit.

21

18

22

23

PIANO/VOCAL

- 134 -

13

Carlisle, Dick,
Ensemble

Look How Far We've Come

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
ROB: Everybody's talking about it. But what exactly is it?

Slowly

Vocal

Vocal

10

Before we were us.

Pno.

Pno.

14

king,

13

Vocal

out

as

no - one,

As

12

16

that kings don't mean a

sub - jects

of a

And soon we found

11

15

We looked a - round

Start - ing

mp w/ pedal

CARLISLE Freely but with energy

Steady 2 (h=84)

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

CARL: ...Dick's people.

CARLISLE: It's a party for the country's hundredth...

Piano

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

17

thing!

"Shine!" PV

18

Vocal

19

Liv - ing

life

as

no - one

was

pp

Mm
pp

once

all

right

for

21

some,
mf

mf

But

But

20

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Ens.

#14 Look How Far We've Come

- 135 -

But

Mm

Pno.

23

Look


Ens.

How

How

Far

Look

How

Far


mf

Pno.

Far

Look

22

Vocal

mf

25

26

27

24

We've Come!

We've Come!

We've Come!

"Shine!" PV

#14 Look How Far We've Come

- 136 -

Deliberate, clean, stylized, as one voice


Vocal


Crossed a

Crossed a

Ens.

of

Crossed a

lot

of

And

o - ceans,

And

shed

shed

lot

of

lot

of

shed

lot

of

31

Through time and tide

We

32

tears.

tears.

We

Through time and tide

We

tears.

lived and died

of

lived and died

34

A - cross a

A - cross a

lot

lot

of

35

of

years.

36

Made this land

years.

lot

years.

A - cross a

37

pro - mise

and

pro - mise

and

pro - mise

and

Made this land

Through time and tide

lived and died

Pno.

And

o - ceans,

33

Vocal

lot

o - ceans,

Pno.

of

30

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Ens.

lot

29

28

Made this land

"Shine!" PV


gave this land

name,

And

look

how

look

how

look

how

name,

gave this land

name,

And

And

CARLISLE

44

Ev - 'ry - day's a

Ens.

Mm

Pno.

gave this land

41

43

Vocal

Pno.

40

42

we

far

we

far

we

came!

far

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Ens.

39

38

Vocal

#14 Look How Far We've Come

- 137 -

45

came!

new be - gin - ning,

came!

46

Ev' - ry - day's a

47

race!

Mm

"Shine!" PV
49

Ev' - ry- day's a

Ens.

Pno.

Vocal

Mm

56

here!


57

Pno.

An - y - one who does de - serves

what it

takes

to

An - y - one who does de - serves

An - y - one who does de - serves

53

Lots of guts is

55

get from there to

Ens.

52

door that might getslammed right in your face!

54

51

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

50

48

Vocal

#14 Look How Far We've Come

- 138 -

58

ban - ner and a

59

ban - ner and a

cheer!

cheer!

ban - ner and a

cheer!

"Shine!" PV

61

62

In that Bos - ton har - bor

they threw a lot of

64

65

tea.

Andthrough us flows the blood of those A - mer - i - cans to

mp sweetly

p lightly

67

be.

68

Start - ing out in

69

70

Pno.

Bos - ton,

+SNOBDEN
& CARLISLE

MOONEY & MCHUGH

Vocal

66

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

63

Vocal

SNOBDEN

60

#14 Look How Far We've Come

- 139 -

71

the road is might - y long

72

But we're

still

"Shine!" PV

73

Vocal

74

go

Ens.

#14 Look How Far We've Come

- 140 -

ing

ing

strong!

ing

go

ing

Pno.

78

Vocal

and

and

mf

81

strong!

Ens.

80

strong!

still go - ing

mf

79

and

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

still go - ing

strong!

good

Go

77

Still

76

strong!

Go

75

strong!

Pno.

"Shine!" PV

82

Vocal

#14 Look How Far We've Come

- 141 -

Lightly swung

83

84

85

86

87

MOONEY: Mr. Foswell! Were you hit by a trolley?



(Vln)

(Cello)

92

Pno.

96

Vocal



Pno.

(Pno1)

88

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

89

97

90

93

98

94

100 Straight

95

8ths

MCHUGH: Oh, we will.

91

99

101

VAMP

MOONEY: Won't we though.


mp

"Shine!" PV

We

here.


Ens.

here.

here.

Pno.

start - ed

start - ed

106

some- where

some- where

some- where

107

But

109

We

We

We

mf


mf

But

some- where is - n't

But

some- where is - n't

looked a - round at what we found And what we found is clear:

looked a - round at what we found And what we found is clear:

113

Some- where's the be -

Some- where's the be -

Some- where's the be -

looked a - round at what we found And what we found is clear:

112

111


110

some- where is - n't

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

all

all

We

108

start - ed

(Tutti)

Pno.

all

105

We



Ens.

SNOBDEN & CARLISLE

104

Vocal

#14 Look How Far We've Come

- 142 -

"Shine!" PV

Vocal


gin - ning


Ens.

gin - ning

Pno.

that we all start - ed from

And Look

How

that we all start - ed from

And Look

How

Pno.

121

How ver

How ver

far!

How ver

How

far!

And Look

117

that we all start - ed from



Ens.

116

120

Vocal

118

119

Far

We'veLook

how

Far

We'veLook

how

far



124

far

123

125

far

Far



122

We've Come!

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

gin - ning

115

114

#14 Look How Far We've Come

- 143 -

mp

we've
mp

we've

"Shine!" PV

dim.

126

Ens.

#14 Look How Far We've Come

- 144 127

come.
dim.

128

129

rall.

130

131

132

133

GERRISH and STACIA appear

come.

Pno.

(Mark Tree)

pp on the high end

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

mp dim.

legato, sustained

PIANO/VOCAL

- 145 -

13A

DICK
ROB

Centennial Waltz

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

CUE:
[HALLIWELL APPROACHES CARLISLE]

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

Tempo di Waltz (h.=42)

Vocal

HALLIWELL: Isn't it fun to mix with the peasants?


calliope-like

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou
mp

Pno.

Pno.

17

Pno.


13

18

19

15

11

10

14

solo

Piano

20

16

12

21

"Shine!" PV

32

Pno.

Vocal

28

24

29

33

36

25

30

37 VAMP

31

34

38

26

ROB: So you see? We do have something the same.


DICK: I guess we do.


Pno.

35

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

27

23

22

Pno.

#13A Centennial Waltz

- 146 -

39

"Shine!" PV

DICK

We left be - hind those ties that bind And now we know our

41

42

43

44

Ev -'ry - one's from some- where Some cor - ner of the Earth.

47

Vocal

48

worth.

Pno.

Vocal

far


Pno.

ROB

Ev - 'ry - one's from

53

46

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

45

54

we've

55

DICK

49

some - where So

56

50

51

40

Vocal

#13A Centennial Waltz

- 147 -

BOTH
52

play that fife and

drum

To

mark

how

57

58

59

come!

PIANO/VOCAL

- 148 -

13B

ORCHESTRA

Centennial Gallop
CUE:
HALLIWELL: Thank you for the waltz, Allen. Miss. Ta-ta.

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Piano

solo (at a distance)

Tempo di Gallop (h=100)


1

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

[Now and then, someone in the crowd will whistle or hum part of the tune, as the song plays.]
5

Pno.

10 11

Pno.

Pno.

12

13

16

17

18 19

14

15

20

"Shine!" PV

21

22

23

24

25

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

#13B A Centennial Gallop

- 149 -

Pno.

Pno.

33

Pno.

29

26

30

34

27

31

28

35

36

32

PIANO/VOCAL

- 150 -

13C

COMPANY

Look How Far Reprise

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
ROB: Help!

In 2, a la Respighi (h=90)
1

Ev' - ry - one

mp

Ev' - ry - one

(Mark Tree)

Pno.

lyrical, ghostly, as one voice, smooth and haunting

Ens.

Th
N is
gli
ss.
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

molto

[Everyone looks up just as Rob starts to scream. Flashes of fireworks


overhead throughout this. Some choreographed to beats of music.]

(Cymbal)

Piano

Vocal

from

East

to

West

from

from

East

to

West

from

10

sun - ny

South

to

North.

South

to

11

North.

f mp

sun - ny

mf

"Shine!" PV

12

Here

on

our

Cen

on

our

Cen

Ens.


Here

13

ten - ni - al,

This

grand

ten - ni - al,

This

grand

Ju - ly

the

Ju - ly

15

Fourth!

the

Fourth!

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

14

Pno.

#13C Look How Far Reprise

- 151 -

In the distance, Rob is being carried off by Gerrish, screaming over the noise, unnoticed by the crowd.

16

Here

Ens.

on

our

on

our

Cen - ten - ni - al,



Here

17

Cen - ten - ni - al,

18

19

We're

gon - na make things

We're

gon - na make things

hum.

hum.



Pno.

"Shine!" PV

21

You won't re - cog - nize us

in the

You won't re - cog - nize us


Pno.


hun - dred years to

23

come!

To

come!

27

Now and then we stum - ble,

come!

To

come!

28

And now and then we

And now and then we

29

fall.

We

fall.

We

lose our way

and go

a - stray and

lose our way

and go

a - stray and

30

Dick returns, searches through the crowd for Rob, calling his name over the chorus.

26

Now and then we stum - ble,

Pno.

24

Ens.

hun - dred years to

in the

Suddenly March-like (h=86)

25

molto rall.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

22

20

Ens.

#13C Look How Far Reprise

- 152 -

"Shine!" PV

Ens.

see

no path at

36

Pno.

all.

And,

And,

(Vln)

How

For Look

How

so

We've Come
Look

How

Far!

How

Far!

Look

lo, we're not

so

Far

lo, we're not

39

Far

38

For Look

Then we look be - hind us,

dumb!

Then we look be - hind us,

37

dumb!

35

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

34

all.

Ens.

33

no path at

see

Pno.

32

31

#13C Look How Far Reprise

- 153 -

40

How

How

"Shine!" PV

Ens.

Ver

Ver

Pno.

43

Far

44

Far

We've

Ens.

We've




Pno.

46

47

48

Come!

ff

ff

49

Come!

A final burst of fireworks as the


crowd cheers. End of Act One.

Dick finds Rob's cap on the ground.

45

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

42

41

#13C Look How Far Reprise

- 154 -

molto rall.

PIANO/VOCAL

- 155 -

Dick
Carlisle
Ensemble
(Gerrish & Mickey)

#14

Find That Boy!

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

CUE:
STAGE MANAGMENT: Top of Act 2 [GO]

mf

Vocal

Pno.

mp

l.v.

10

mp agitato

deliberate, but free enough to deliver the lyric without sounding rushed

DICK

11

12

Friends and Neigh - bors!

Pno.

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Vocal

Steady and ominous, 2 (h=88)


7

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou




Piano

Vocal

(Stg)

Dictated

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

I know we can find

him,

13

We'renot far be-hind

him,

14

If

we're

smart!

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3 3 3 3

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

CARLISLE

15

16

Friends

and

Neigh - bors!

17

Keep a care - ful look - out,

Search each lit - tle nook

18

out

Make a start!

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

ALL
somewhat clipped, stylized

23

Ens.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

#14 Find That Boy!

- 156 -

Up -

town,

Down - town,

Up -

24

town,

to Wall

Street,

Through each big and small

street

Bat - ter - y

to Wall

Street,

Through each big and small

street

Pno.

26

Ens.

mf

Pno.

pur

sue!

27

sue!

him

un - earth

We'll

un - earth

him

Though he may be way

off,

Though he may be way

off,

mf

28

We'll

3 3


3
3
3
3

pur

We'll

We'll

Bat - ter - y

Down - town,

25

"Shine!" PV
30

Pno.

We won't take a day

We won't take a day

off

Till we do!

Car - lisle

34

32

Find

him!

DICK

him!

35

Find

quick!

We'll have him back with Mis - ter

33

Ens.

Till we do!

Vocal

off

CARLISLE

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Ens.

31

29

Vocal

#14 Find That Boy!

- 157 -

It's know - ing where to look

that

3
3

Pno.

mf

3 3

"Shine!" PV

CARLISLE

36

Vocal

37

Ens.

the

trick!


does

him!

Find

him!

39

there

nev - er should have left

him

3
3
3
3

like

that!

DICK

Find

him!

To

him!

Find

him!

Find

see

his

cap

40

sub.mp

DICK/CARLISLE

3


3

Pno.

38

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou
3

Ens.

Find

Vocal

#14 Find That Boy!

- 158 -

41

42

just

ly - ing

there

like

3
3
3
3
3

sub.mp 3 3 3
3
3
3
f

Pno.

"Shine!" PV

43

Vocal

#14 Find That Boy!

- 159 -

46

47

48

that!

Ens.

it,

When we've done

it,

50

See the hap - py fath

What a fuss and both - er,

What a fuss and both - er,

er

weep

for

joy!

Friends

DICK/CARLISLE

Friends

51

and

and

Neigh - bors!

Neigh - bors!

3 3

f 3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
See the hap - py fath

Pno.




3
3
3
3

49

Vocal

When we've done

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Ens.

er

weep

for

joy!

Friends

and

Neigh - bors!

"Shine!" PV

52

Ev - 'ry - bod - y fan

Ev - 'ry - bod - y fan

That

That

And to make it pan out,

Find

out!

And to make it pan out,

Find

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou
3

55

out!

57

That

56

Vocal

Find

Ev - 'ry - bod - y fan

Pno.

54

out!


Ens.

53

Vocal

#14 Find That Boy!

- 160 -

58

59

Boy!

Ens.

Boy!

Boy!

Pno.

sub.mp

(Cello)

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

Pno.

63

78

81

Vocal

77

Pno.

76

(Vln)

62

79

80

MICKEY: Yeah, it's clear-- Mr. Gerrish. [they exit]

82

83

84

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

61

60

Vocal

#14 Find That Boy!

- 161 -

85

86

VAMP

cresc.

"Shine!" PV

MICKEY

88

They'll ne - ver

Ens.

find

89

him!

90

SOLO (GERRISH)

His fath- er's ver - y rich, He'll

ff mp

Vocal

Ens.

DICK

92

Find

pay

for

sure!


3 3

91

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

87

Vocal

#14 Find That Boy!

- 162 -

3
3

93

him!

SOLO (female)

Kids are nev - er kid - napped

when

they're

poor!

Pno.

mf

"Shine!" PV

94

Vocal

#14 Find That Boy!

- 163 -

DICK/CARLISLE

Find

95

96

him!

Find

him!

97

WOMEN

We'll keep on look-ing morn - ing,

night

and

noon!

Ens.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3

Pno.

98

Ens.

MEN

sub.mp

start

99

by

search - ing

ev - 'ry

last

100

We'll

When

sa - loon!

When

we

free

him,

we

free

him,

3
3
3
3
3

sub.mp

Pno.

"Shine!" PV

101

Vocal

#14 Find That Boy!

- 164 -

102

103

104

Ev - 'ry - bod - y!

Ens.

What a ce - le - bra - tion,

We'll

Big as all cre - a - tion,

Big as all cre - a - tion,

en -

joy!

We'll

en -

joy!

What a ce - le - bra - tion,

Ens.

Pno.

Glad we all a - gree

105

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

3 3

f
3

106

now,

That

That

Find

108

Find

107

Say it af - ter me now,

Find

That

"Shine!" PV

109

Vocal

#14 Find That Boy!

- 165 -

110

111

112

Boy!


Ens.

Boy!

3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3
3


3
3
3
3
3

sub.mp

113

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

Boy!

114

115

116

dim.

[They all scatter. Perhaps one goes the wrong way, turns around, and goes the other.]



Pno.

pp 3

ppp

PIANO/VOCAL

- 166 -

15

CHAPIN & HIGGINS

A Hardworking Boy Reprise

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
CHAPIN: But you'll join me? Good.

Sadly (h=70)

Vocal

The lord on - ly knows

Vocal

(glock.)

CHAPIN

him.

I've

mf

He's suf - fered such blows.

13

can

I'll

14

10

11

thought of

plan

tot - al - ly

15

an -

ni

still

And

He thinks

That boy has his woes

mp dolce

soon as

Pno.

12

Vocal

Tempo (h=100)

hate

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou


Piano

16

hi - late him!

"Shine!" PV

[THEY begin to ransack the place.]


18

19

20

At - ten - tive and ef - fi - cient, Ev' - ry

29

bright

and

is

ea - ger and in -

25

It's

breez - y.

pizz.

We

hate him!

3
3

3
3

46

27

how can we de - stroy this charm - ing

So

eas - y!

26

BOTH 30

lad and not feel quea - sy?

Pno.

28

Vocal

(Pno)

grees he

CHAPIN

24

tel - li - gent with man - ner

Pno.

23

Vocal

22

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

(Vln)

cus - to - mer

21

HIGGINS

17

Vocal

#16 A Hardworking Boy Reprise

- 167 -

47

It's

"Shine!" PV

#16 A Hardworking Boy Reprise

- 168 -

[By this point they are battling and dismembering a mannequin.]

Vocal

49

real - ly no trick!

54

Vocal

55

plot!

Pno.

get

rid of Dick!

BOTH

56

And

52

61

him.

We

53

For soon we will thick

58

59

en

the


57

hap - pi - ly we both a - gree it's gon - na be a pleas - sure when we de-

flate

Pno.

60

Vocal

51

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

To

(Stgs)

50

48

62

hate

him!

sudden whisper
64

65

a - lot!

63

66

Vocal

#16 A Hardworking Boy Reprise

- 169 -

67

68

69

molto rit.

70

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

72

SNOBDEN: Ah, good morning. Any news?

[THEY carefully sneek out of the shop.]

71

"Shine!" PV

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

- 170 -

BLANK

PIANO/VOCAL

- 171 -

16

DICK

Shine Reprise

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
HIGGINS: Wait! ... You forgot your lesson books.
HIGGINS: I'm sorry...
1

p poco espr.

(Vln)

10

Dick:

[DICK exits the store to the street.]

Pno.

13

Vocal

14

all that you need

Pno.

15

And you will

see

there'll

16

12

is real - ly

legato

be

a change in your luck.

17

shine

11

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Piano

Vocal

Simply, In 2 (h=80)

18

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

20

shine

Vocal

P.

26

Mor - gan.

new!


Pno.

And by

23

to - night

24

you might

be

Faster, agitato (h=100) to an imaginary customer, more spoken

J.

30

Vocal

Pno.

25

22

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

and you are bound to suc - ceed

21

19

#16 Shine Reprise

- 172 -

31

Hey,

mp

Rich - ard

27

Mis - ter!

wan - na

Hun - ter

32

rall.

shoe - shine,

33

I'll

look like

34

non-marcato

do.

make 'em

29

See that's what

shoe - shine?



mp marcato

28

"Shine!" PV

used

to

36

wake

that

all

he

37

wish - in'

mine,

But

38

world was

mf

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

mf

40

39

Vocal

up


Pno.

41

molto rit.

42

43

Vocal

Tempo I (h=80)

35

#16 Shine Reprise

- 173 -

44

now my life's am - bi - tion starts and ends with...

Pno.

SEGUE AS ONE TO #17

PIANO/VOCAL

- 174 -

17

LUKE & STACIA

From Now On

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

CUE:
SEGUE from #16

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

Really slow 2 (h=55)

Vocal

Vocal


Pno.

Vocal

10

Cymbal

pp

Slow and easy 2 (h=62)

11

12

mp

GERRISH: I didn't plan this, but opportunity, Stacia.


When she knocks at the door, you open it.

Pno.

rit.

GERRISH: I finished the letter.


5

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

GERRISH: Where's the kid? (continues)


STACIA: ...He's not going anywhere.


Piano


mp

"Shine!" PV

15

Vocal

LUKE

Wait

16

and

see

How

17

love - ly

life

is

go - ing to

be.

18

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

19

We'll



Pno.


If



Pno.

be

tak - ing

it

24

you

like,

From Now

On.

21

eas - y

23

Vocal

20

I'll

take you

sail - ing off

22

25

Pno.

#17 From Now On

- 175 -

on

26

ship.

"Shine!" PV

Drink

Vocal

all

my

32

shirts

On.

mf

will

be

of

33

34

36

I'll

Ha - van - na

ci

gars.

38

on - ly

37

silk.

smoke

Pno.

molto vibr.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

35

(Vln)

30

From Now

And

Pno.

31

Vocal

slip - per

29

cham- pagne from your

Pno.

28

27

Vocal

#17 From Now On

- 176 -

39

Vocal

- 177 -

Things

gold

And

rit.

Vocal

just

one

bold

dis - play

Tempo I (h=66)

Ev'

ry

one

mp

deliberate

mf

44

of

45

will

point

us

out

wher - ev

er we

50

go.

49

rit.

dar - ing!

48



Pno.

43 More

47

un - told,

From

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

wealth

42

41

mp

Vocal

of

Pno.

40

#17 From Now On

"Shine!" PV

"Shine!" PV

Peo -

Vocal

so

55

ple say - ing we're so

53

re - spect

54

a - ble!

56

life

like

that

for

ev

57

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

52

51

Vocal

#17 From Now On

- 178 -

er.

No

oth

er

Glockenspiel

mp poco cresc.

Pno.

poco cresc.

58

Vocal

kind

will



Pno.

ev - er

59

come

now

From

Now

60

61

On.

mf

"Shine!" PV

#17 From Now On

- 179 -

STACIA

Vocal

Little faster (h=72)

and

69

Vocal


Pno.

73

Vocal

Pno.

see

Just

what

the

68

bit - ter

truth

of it

is:

be trapped

in a

70

71

From

just

how

it

feels

75

we'll know

On!

74

mp

Now

72

pris - on

Soon

We'll

67

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

Wait

66

65

to live

76

on the run,

mp

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

So

Vocal

Pno.

a - fraid

of the sun - light

80

From

Now

85

(Vln)

82

strang - er's

glance

will

83

be

a threat.

86

will

cause

us

to

word

84

87

fly.


Pno.

On!

whis - pered

Vocal

79

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

81


Pno.

78

77

#17 From Now On

- 180 -

88

"Shine!" PV

Year


by

90

91

year,

Though

mp

92

Vocal

rit.

93

We'll

far

or

More deliberate

know

fear

molto rall.


94

that

near,

(Cym)

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

nev

er

frees

89

Vocal

#17 From Now On

- 181 -

us!

mf

"Shine!" PV

#17 From Now On

- 182 -

Con moto (h=70)

GERRISH

95

Vocal

96

Ev' - ry - one

STACIA

Vocal

Ev' - ry - one

Pno.

wher - ev - er we

go.

point

us

out

wher - ev - er we

point

go.

so

100

Ne - ver

Pno.

out

will

Peo - ple say - ing we're

Vocal

us

99

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

98

will

97

to

101

be

re - spect

re - spect

a - ble!

a - ble!

102

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

Pno.

life like

that

life like

that

tempo

come

Pno.

poco rall.

for - ev - er.

No

106

No

oth - er

for - ev - er.

oth - er

kind

will

kind

will

ev -

er

ev -

er

109

110

From

Now

now

From

Now

now

108

come

Vocal

107 A

Vocal

105

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

104

Vocal

Deliberate

103

#17 From Now On

- 183 -

"Shine!" PV

111

Vocal

#17 From Now On

- 184 112

113

rall.

114

On!

Vocal

On!

Pno.

ff

ff

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

PIANO/VOCAL

- 185 -

18

Stacia

Maybe Today Second Reprise

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
GERRISH: Carlisle lives uptown. I'll be a while.

Ominous 4 (q=120)

Piano

Pno.

are

Mir - a - cles too

Pno.

15

(Vln)

12

wish - es get grant - ed.

wait - ing

13

to hap - pen.

16

17

10

May - be to - day.

19

to - mor - row.

18

14

May - be

McHUGH: Stacia-Jane? (cont.)

Pno.

STACIA

Dreams can come true and

11

Vocal

...Shh. Go to sleep.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

STACIA: Rob, you must be exhauted.

Vocal

20

"Shine!" PV

22

Pno.

27



31

Vocal

Pno.

be

28

32

to - mor - row

24

Pno.

25

29

turns

in - to nev - er.

33

30 VAMP

rit.


I could wait a

ROB: You don't need him.


STACIA: Shhh.

34

life - time.

36

37

38

I could wait for - e - ver.

Appassionato

Freely

35

Vocal

23

May


26

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

McHUGH: What a pretty handkerchief. (cont.)


21

#18 Maybe Today Second Reprise

- 186 -

molto



ff

39

"Shine!" PV

G.P.

Pno.

41

STACIA: Rob, get dressed.


We're going.

44

Upbeat 2 (h=124)

Pno.

Pno.

45

46

[WALL STREET: MICKEY is putting his things away in his shoe box.]

62

54

47

48



49


mp

53

[DICK enters.]

63

64

55

65

56

58
59
60
61

Half time (h=q)

Pno.

ff


51 52
50

57

Pno.

rall.
42

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

43

Slower

40

#18 Maybe Today Second Reprise

- 187 -

PIANO/VOCAL

- 188 -

18A

ORCHESTRA

Gerrish's Temptation
CUE:
DICK: Where are you goin'?
1

FOSWELL: If everyone else is looking for him, I can too.

Piano

Vocal

p dolce

rit.

Pno.

Vocal

10

11

12

13

CUE: GERRISH: Doors open for you that close to my face.


DICK: Five hundred?
8

14

[DIALOG]

Deliberate (q=86)

(Cello)

[FOSWELL exits ..... GERRISH enters]

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

(Vln)

rit.

Vocal

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

Very slowly (q=66)

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

15

rit.

16

GERRISH: For a start. You're a good kid...

Pno.

SEGUE AS ONE to #19

PIANO/VOCAL

- 189 -

19

Dick

"SHINE!"

Yes!

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
(SEGUE FROM #18A)
GERRISH: Well, good. Then we have lots to talk about.
You'll have to be like me, you really will. You'll have to be like me.

Sweetly, with rubato

poco rit.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

[GERRISH takes out the ransom letter, looks at it, and exits, with a laugh. DICK stands a long moment.]

mp

Piano

Vocal

Agitato (q=140)

(Vln)

Dick:

Pno.

have

to be like

10

I'll

mf

"Shine!" PV

11

12

Vocal

mf

20

real,

Pno.

mp

the things you

Pno.

Vocal

mf

Ger - rish.

22

Look - ing

19

to

live just like the

(Pno1)



21

Ger - rish

Ger - rish. And lie and cheat and steal,

18



f pesante



17

do,

16

all

Do

Ger - rish.

15

14

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

you,

13

Vocal

#19 Yes!

- 190 -

in

mir -

ror,

will

mf (legato)

mf (legato)

"Shine!" PV

23

be

there?

Or

be

ing

you

in

stead

of

26

solo

30

31

28

DICK: What? Oh. Sure.

MAN#2: Yo'ure dressed kinda fancy for a bootblack.


(Glock)

27

MAN#1: Hey kid, you busy? I need a shine.

there?

Slowing

29

Pno.

see

Vocal

me

Pno.

24

25

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

Vocal

#19 Yes!

- 191 -

DICK: Oh these? They're just part of my act.


They make people notice me, like you did, that's all.

"Shine!" PV

Moderato, In 2 (h=96)

32

Vocal

#19 Yes!

- 192 -

33

34

35

[Dick starts to shine.]

Pno.


mp legato

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

(steady, conversational, driving, against down beat)

36

Vocal

37

Did I

want

to

move

out

of

that

(spoken)


38

39

box?

Yes.


Pno.

Vocal

40

want

41

Did I

Pno.

door

of

42

43

Yes.

mine that locks?

(Stgs)

mf

"Shine!" PV

fu

44

45

Did I

want

(Cello)

bet - ter

than

my

past?

49

dream that

some

52

to

keep

day

I'd

on

shin - ing

be

off

the streets

54

mp

51

at

last?

(Cym, mallets)

pp

55

shoes?

No.

50

want

53

Did I

Pno.

was

Vocal

that

47

mp dolce

Did

Pno.

48

Vocal

ture

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

46

Vocal

#19 Yes!

- 193 -

p espr.

"Shine!" PV

Nev - er

use

Pno.


64

want

oth - ers

59

use?

to

reach

65

61

for

stars?

62

wil - ling - ly

63

con - fess

No.

Yes

that

Yes

Pno.

brains

58

Did I

Vocal

the

60

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

57

56

Vocal

#19 Yes!

- 194 -

66

67

Yes!

68

69

MAN: How much? DICK: Just a nickel.

"Shine!" PV

Pno.

MAN: Here y'are

Vocal

Pno.

76

77

(Pno2)

(Mark Tree)

80

Do I

want

things

should?

78

to

do

the

mf

molto

mf

Yes.

74

DICK: Hey, Mister. Mister! This is yours.

MAN: What? Oh, God. Thanks!

79

VAMP

Pno.

73

[MAN accidentally drops $10 bill.]

75

Vocal

72

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

71

70

Vocal

#19 Yes!

- 195 -

Want to

be

81

82

man

both strong

and

good?

"Shine!" PV

84

85

Yes.

could see

me

be

feel - ing proud?

mf

now

would

Say -ing

that's

my


90

boy

down

he

there

and

out

89

92

Pa

88

shout - ing it

Pno.

91

Vocal

loud!

Will I

creep and

crawl

right

out

of

sight?

94

(Stgs)

93

gl
iss
.

Pno.

If my

87

Vocal

86

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

83

Vocal

#19 Yes!

- 196 -

mf legato, but with a pulse

"Shine!" PV

95

96

97

No.
(Pno2)

mf

Vocal

(Stgs)

100

and throw

the fight?

an

104

use

best

in

me

and

Yes

105

less?

the

102

mf

nev - er

Pno.

fall

Will I

101



103

No.

Pno.

take

Will I



99

Vocal

98

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

Vocal

#19 Yes!

- 197 -

106

Yes

"Shine!" PV

107

108

molto rit.

Moderato a la marcia (q=128)

109

Yes!

112

113

does n'twaste his time with rules.

115

rules?

Who cares

mp

114

Pno.

Vocal

Ger - rish

Pno.

ff

ff



111

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

(Pno)

110

Rules are

just for chil - dren

Vocal

#19 Yes!

- 198 -

for those sil - ly things called

116

or for mules!

"Shine!" PV

- 199 -

Vocal

Rules are just for an - gels

Vocal

Tempo I (h=96)

122

123

now

125

Vocal

Pno.

126

Start -ing

at

the

127

no mat - ter

shoes

124

Pno.

Al - ways shin - ing

to shin -ing

shoes

120

If I must go back

or for fools.

121

119

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

118

117

#19 Yes!

this is one long thought

128

bot -tom

whose!

with

what

mp

"Shine!" PV

- 200 -

comes

my

129

Vocal

ev - er

130

131

way,

(Vln)

Start -ing

#19 Yes!

at

132

the

bot - tom,

Will

mp

133

Vocal

ev - er

be

134

molto rit.

135

kay?



Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

marcato

(Cym)

huge white-key gliss.

"Shine!" PV

Pull your

self

to - geth - er,


ff

Deliberate 4

140

Vocal

When you're

Vocal

di - rec - tion

up!

142

but

Will it

all

turn



145

out

Presto 2

all

(Cello)

right?

That's

mp

143

146

an - y - bod - y's

147

guess.




Pno.

up!

poco rit.

down there's no

144

shut

141



ff

Pno.

and

139

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

138

spoken, with anger

Pno.

boy

Presto 2

137

Vocal

Deliberate 4

136

#19 Yes!

- 201 -

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

Try -ing

149

once

148

a - gain

may
might

- 202 -

lead
end

to fail
in fail

ure
ure

or

suc - cess!

150

151

#19 Yes!

152

Vocal

count

to

Should


mf

Pno.


156

Vocal

Pno.

(Stgs)

cresc.

cresc.

five

and then

start

153

clean - ing

up

154

157

Yes!

Yes!

158

159

mess?

155

this

molto rall.

Yes!

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

Yes!

"Shine!" PV
160

Vocal

#19 Yes!

- 203 -

Very fast 2 (h=106)

161

Yes!

Pno.

Vocal

163

ff

165





(Tutti)

Pno.

164

molto rall.

166

167

sfzp

168

162

Vocal

gl
iss

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

PIANO/VOCAL

- 204 -

21

MOONEY,
WOMEN

"SHINE!"

A Handful O' Hops

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

CUE:
CASSIDY: ...they'd found her!

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

Creepy (q=100)

(Vln)

rit.

MOONEY

...ancient Egypt. Indeed. It's a recipe fit for Kings!..

23 Moderate

1 (h.=66)

Hand - ful

25

O' Hops,

mp

24

26

Bit

27

28

O'The Bar - ley, Some wat - er that's cool

(Cello)

Pno.

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

Piano

MOONEY: That's right. It's God's own gift...

Vocal

Vocal

VAMP

and

29

30

clear.

It's

"Shine!" PV


32

eas - y

to

33

fix it,

39

Vocal

Vocal

41

O' Hops,

Pno.

O'The Bar - ley, It's

44

sim - ple en - nough

to

45


46

do.

Some

49

50

51

52

bar - rel or

53

two

of

54

You can

MOONEY

brew!


48

43

cool - in',some heat - in', And you'll be com - plet - in' a

mf

42

Bit

some beer.

O'LEARY

38

37

47

36

mix it, And you've got your - self

40

Hand - ful

Pno.

pad - dle to

35

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

34

31

Vocal

#20 A Handful O' Hops

- 205 -

(Vln)

mf

"Shine!" PV


57

lag - er,

an

ale

58

or a

por - ter,

59


or a light

BOTH

60

stout

CASSIDY

dark.

61

or a

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

56


call it

O'LEARY

O'MALLEY

55

Vocal

#20 A Handful O' Hops

- 206 -

O'MALLEY

62

Vocal

It's the


Pno.

69

Vocal

70

ark!

Pno.

63

ver - y

66

hap - pened to

67

since

wa - ter

68

No

ah

float - ed his




ALL

71

72

Oh, A Hand - ful

65

best thing that has

64

O' Hops,

73

75

76

A Meas - ure O' Malt and though fan - ci - er

74

folk

may

"Shine!" PV
78

sneer,

86 In

4 (q.=q)

87

of blow - in' the foam

84

from a

88

pail

[MCHUGH enters, out of breath.]


MCHUGH: Don't you put that away without offering me a sip.

91

of

89

92

MOONEY: ... be few and as far


between as me dear mother's teeth.

Pno.

83

90

Vocal

beer!

Pno.

82

the rap - ture

85

Vocal

81

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

80

They'll nev - er be know - in'


79

77

Vocal

#20 A Handful O' Hops

- 207 -

"Shine!" PV

93

McHUGH

O' Hops,

mf

99

106

Bit

101

102

O'The Bar - ley, Can ans - wer a

100

107

108

103

maid - en's

109

110

104

prayer,

112

111

Be -

fore a bar's clos - in', Fine lads are pro - pos - in' While ly - ing be - neath

Pno.

98

Moderate 1 (h.=66)

105

Vocal

Hand - ful

Pno.

96

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

97

95

MCHUGH: Thanks! (SHE takes a sip.) Ahhhhhh......

Pno.

rit.

94

Vocal

#20 A Handful O' Hops

- 208 -

O'MALLEY

chair.

My

"Shine!" PV

Hus

117

Vocal

band

Vocal

ley

got

him

has

clock,

it

an

122

Hand - ful O' Hops

Pno.

Mal

121

O'

118

stop

Pno.

115

116

face

that

could


123

and a Bit

124

120

could!

126

127

e - ven O' Mal - ley

128

looks good!

125

O'The Bar - ley and

119

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

114

113

Vocal

#20 A Handful O' Hops

- 209 -

McHUGH

My dear

"Shine!" PV
130

138

146

O' Hops,


(Vln)

at a thirst - y

Hand - ful

147

Meas - ure

O'

Malt


143

hun - dred and

144

and we've got

us

150

cup

o'

Oh, A

149

ALL

five!

148

They just

142

bed

141

and she died in her

140

Pno.

136

a - live.

139

weaned her on beer

Vocal

135

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

145

134

But they man - aged to keep her




mf

137

Pno.

133

Ka - tie was born al - most dead,

(Pno)

Vocal

132

grand - moth - er

Pno.

131

129

Vocal

#20 A Handful O' Hops

- 210 -

"Shine!" PV

MOONEY

152

cheer!

Vocal

Vocal

shar

Pno.

for

156

fam - ine and kept

157

up our stam - in - a.

an

toast

ALL

cean,

us

160

sin'

Got

in'

cros

163

159

tion

+O'LEARY,
O'MALLEY

162

no

Pno.

155

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

158

(Vln)

CASSIDY




154

We came through a

(Pno)

Pno.

McHUGH

153

164

161

now

in

in

to old

Er

we

165

are

And

151

Vocal

#20 A Handful O' Hops

- 211 -

166

pails

of

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

168

beer!

MOONEY: Good. You're together again.


172

171

[DICK and FOSWELL enter.]

170

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

In 4 (q.=q)

169

167

#20 A Handful O' Hops

- 212 -

173

174

175

176


Pno.

177

Vocal

MOONEY

178

179

MOONEY: There's a fine lad. Now just follow me.

Pno.

Slow, in 3 - accel poco a poco

181


180

Oh your brains -'ll get



(Vln)

mp

mp

182

smart - er

183

Your bod - y keep

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

Vocal

vit - tles


200

O' Hops,

201

at

196

all!

Bit O'

The

And life's

Oh, A

203

Bar - ley

198

202

197


cresc.

(Pno)

191

fact, if the beer keeps on

195

Moderate 1 (h.=66)

Hand - ful

Pno.

need

mat - ter o'

194

190

189

As a

193

199

small.

ALL (A tempo)

flow - in' You won't

Pno.

192

188

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

187

You'll nev - er be scrawn - y or

186

185

grow - in'

Pno.

McHUGH

184

Vocal

#20 A Handful O' Hops

- 213 -

e - ven

204

love

ly

"Shine!" PV
206

207

here!


stoop,

219

Vocal

213


Pno.

dis solved. As

215

can

220

all our woes

218

as we bur - y

our nose

221

217

rall.

on the

sit

of

we

216

for - get

211

pail

210

and our trou - bles

214

This con - gen - i - al group

Pno.

prob - lems are solved

212

Vocal

209

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

Our

208

205

Vocal

#20 A Handful O' Hops

- 214 -

222

in a

"Shine!" PV

224

beer!

Pno.

Pno.

227

Vocal

225

226

228

229

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

(Pno/Vln)

A tempo

223

Vocal

#20 A Handful O' Hops

- 215 -

230

[They all collapse on the stoop.]

PIANO/VOCAL

- 216 -

20A

ORCHESTRA

The Rescue

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

CUE:
DICK: Lady, where'd you get that handerchief?

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

Steady 2 "Find That Boy" (h=88)

MCHUGH: One of me boarders...

Piano

mp

Pno.

Pno.

11

12

13

14

15

16

18

19

20


21

Pno.

10

17

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

22

23

MOONEY: It's a miracle, and the dancin' did it!

"Shine!" PV

#20A The Rescue

- 217 -

26
27

24
25

ROB: I'm scared. What if he sees us?

(Vln)

(Cello)

31

Pno.

35

Pno.

36


33

34

(Pno)

37

38

39

40

Pno.

32

mp

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

30

29

Pno.

28

41

(Pno/Vln)
42

43

44

Pno.

45

46

47

VAMP

CUTOFF on [GERRISH at the door]

PIANO/VOCAL

- 218 -

20B

ORCHESTRA

Gunshot

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

CUE:
ROB: You shouldn't have hit her. Let me go. Let me go.
[DICK SLAMS DOOR]

Vocal

...it's $50,000.

...passport outta here.

Piano

Vocal

Pno.

10

Vocal

...give me the gun [they struggle]

CUE: DICK: I don't think so.

mf

11

12

13

[CUTOFF ON GUNSHOT]

molto

...who's the woman?...

...kidnapper, Officer Foy...

Slowly and freely

...no, she never was...

Pno.

...is no future for us.

[DIALOG]
5

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Moderato (q=120)

14

GERRISH: You're lucky. I never was. [GO]

"Shine!" PV

15

Vocal

#20B Gunshot

- 219 -

Slow 2

16

17

18

19

20

21

rit.

SEGUE AS
ONE to #20C

22

...by my Wall street prospectuses. FOSWELL: What!?!

poco cresc.

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

PIANO/VOCAL

- 220 -

20C

ORCHESTRA

The Prospectuses

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

Moderato (q=120)

ff

Slow & steady 2 (h=80)

12

17

rit.

10

11

13

14

15

HIGGINS: ...Snobden's precious little rag shop.

Pno.

(Cello)

Pno.

mp

Pno.

CHAPIN: I can't believe it. HIGGINS: Richard Hunter ...

6
(Vln)

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Piano

rall.
4

CUE:
DICK: Yes, boys, I was saved by good old American Free Enterprise!

18

Dictated

19

(Tutti/Cym)

20

16

HIGGINS & CHAPIN: Oops.

21

ff

QUICK SEGUE to #21

PIANO/VOCAL

- 221 -

21

COMPANY

North of 14th Street


CUE: SEGUE from #21C

Piano

Moderato (h=82)

SNOBEN

Vocal

10



Pno.

13

town!

mf

11

SNOBDEN

MEN

12

ver - y best hat that's

taste and re - nown.


.
You must be dressed in the ver y, ver - y best when you're go - ing to a par ty up -

I am in the

mp

sold to gents of

Pno.

MAN #3: Very Snappy Snobden. MAN #1: What's the occasion?

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Vocal

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

14


15

16

You're go - ing to a par - ty up - town,up - town! A re - spec - ta - ble par - ty up - town!

mp

ENS

When

"Shine!" PV
18

marcato

21

Vocal

read - y

Four - teenth Street, One


for North


Pno.

19

has

to keep up

23

of

Four - teenth Street, from

non-marcato

22

top

to

26 27 28

Pno.

32

Pno.

rest.

33

29

24


bot - tom in

Snob - den's best!

30 31


34 35 36A

I'm

SNOBDEN: Ah, Mrs. Mooney...

25

with the

SNOBDEN

20

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

trav - el - ling North of

Vocal

a little bounce

17

#21 North of 14th Street

- 222 -

36C

36B

"Shine!" PV

36D

Vocal

#21 North of 14th Street

- 223 -

36E

37

38

39 VAMP

McHUGH

41

Vocal

I'm

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

MOONEY: Couldn't have said it better.



Pno.

40

in

MOONEY

42

her best


mp

sec - ond- hand hat!

43

And I'm

in

44

BOTH

45

her best hand - me- down gown! We both are dressed in each

+SNOBDEN

46

Vocal

47

48

49

oth - er's sec - ond best for we're go - ing to a par - ty up - town!

Pno.

MOONEY

50

We're go - ing to a par - ty up - town, up - town! A

(Pno)

cresc.

cresc.

"Shine!" PV

52

61

64

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

63

MOONEY: Mr. Foswell. Get the lead out ...

prot - est - ant par - ty up - town!

62

51

Vocal

#21 North of 14th Street

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VAMP (vocal last x)

65

Vocal

66




Pno.

70

Vocal

68

MOONEY: But I seem to have a date for dinner.

(Triangle)

67

par - ties.

FOSWELL

Nev - er

go

to

Nev - er

saw

(Mark Tree)

71

69

72

the

need.

(Cello)

hope

that

73

Mis - ter





Pno.

"Shine!" PV

74

Vocal

#21 North of 14th Street

- 225 -

Car - lisle

75

has

76

some - thing good

77

to read!

(Vln)

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

SNOBDEN: Good to see you, Foswell.


78

79


Pno.



83

84

81

85

94

Pno.

95




Pno.

80

86

93

96

82

legato



97

98

"Shine!" PV
100

103

106

Pno.

110

Poco meno mosso

112

That plan of yours has

mf

113

FOSWELL: Hunter and Foswell will. Yes.


SNOBDEN: Excellent.

HIGGINS

[THEY Exit CHAPIN and HIGGINS enter


, going the other way.]

VAMP

109

108

111

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

105



107

Pno.

102

molto legato

Vocal

104

Pno.

101

99

Pno.

#21 North of 14th Street

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114

got us all fired! I'll nev - er find a

"Shine!" PV

Vocal

(Pno)

mp cresc.

Pno.

mp cresc.

Vocal

121

Pno.

122

125

of

Four - teenth Street,

126

real - ly

want

ed

I'm

(Vln)

fan - cy - pants par - ty up - town!

123

nev - er get North

124

mis - sing that par - ty up - town, up - town!That

119

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

118

what's worse yet cause of you I'll nev - er get to that el - e - gant par - ty up - town!

mf

120

Vocal

117

job in this town! And

Pno.

116

115

#21 North of 14th Street

- 227 -

to

127

go!

CHAPIN

I'll

"Shine!" PV

kick you

131

Vocal

filled with

Pno.

Vocal

North

of

132

Street

that your

Four - teenth

fat

rear

136

am

in

my

mp poco legato

ver - y first

hat.

be

134 Mark Tree


137

It

end - 'll

fp

133

[Exit arguing "Who are you calling fat!?", etc."]

snow!

STACIA

Pno.

135

130

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

so

129

128

Vocal

#21 North of 14th Street

- 228 -

goes with this

mf

my

138

ver - y first gown.

To -

"Shine!" PV

day's

the

day, like a

la - dy in

a play,

go - ing

to

am

141

par - ty

up

142

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

poco rit.

140

139

Vocal

#21 North of 14th Street

- 229 -

CARLISLE: Ms. Hauser, would you do me the honor.

Meno mosso

143

Pno.

144

145

pp dolce

(Cello)

146

CARLISLE: You see? Things have a way of working out.

147

Vocal

148

149

150

VAMP

CARLISLE

You're

Pno.

"Shine!" PV

#21 North of 14th Street

- 230 -

poco accel.
Vocal

STACIA:

152

153

go - ing to a par - ty up - town, up - town! My

Vocal

Tempo prima (h=82)

mf molto espr.

156

of

Four - teenth Street could ev

But

sud - den - ly

North

of

159

160

er

be

part


not

161

Four - teenth Street is

my

of

157

dream.

Pno.

mf molto legato

158

Vocal


Pno.

ver - y first par - ty up - town!

nev - er thought North

155

cresc.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

154

151

as

con voce

far

as

it

"Shine!" PV

162

Vocal

to

seem!

Vocal

FOSWELL: Look at you. You're a gentleman.

167

170

168

171

169

w/ pedal

DICK: "Allen Carlisle...

...in the library.

Pno.

165

hold sweetly as she exits, Foswell enters.

166

Vocal

164

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

163

used

#21 North of 14th Street

- 231 -

172

173

espr.

174

183

VAMP

FOS: ...Now it's Richard Hunter, Esquire.

Pno.


(last x)

"Shine!" PV

#21 North of 14th Street

- 232 -

DICK: A young gentleman on his way to fame and forture.

Ens.

185

186

p cresc.
187

We're

p cresc.


We're

Pno.

go - ing to a par - ty up - town, up - town!We're

go - ing to a par - ty up - town, up - town!We're

molto rall.


go - ing to

Ens.

go - ing to

190

a par - ty up - town, up - town! A

Pno.

cresc.

189

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

188

184

a par - ty up - town, up - town! A

191

glor - i - ous

glor - i - ous

192

par - ty up

par - ty up

town!

town!

DICK

Now

I'm

ff

"Shine!" PV

Pno.

fi - nal - ly

North

of

Ens.

Four - teenth Street, that

196

198

now that we're North of

thor - ough - bred

sec - tion of

town!

199

Four - teenth Street, We

200

think we nev-er may

molto rall.

go

go

think we nev-er may

And

Four - teenth Street, We

ALL

now that we're North of

Pno.

197

195

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Ens.

194

Grander, In 4 (q=134)

193

#21 North of 14th Street

- 233 -

201

back

back

And

"Shine!" PV

Maestoso

204

205

206

207

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

down!

Ens.

203

202

#21 North of 14th Street

- 234 -

PIANO/VOCAL

- 235 -

22

ORCHESTRA

Bows

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

CUE:
APPLAUSE SEGUE from #21

Piano

14

15

[MEN]

10

16

20

21

19

Pno.

13

Pno.

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

2 3

4 5

Pno.

Upbeat 2 (h=124)

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

22

11

23

12

18

[WOMEN]

17

24

"Shine!" PV

[CARLISLE & ROB]

28

30

29

31

Pno.

27
26

32

33

[FOSWELL & MICKEY]




34

35

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Pno.

36

25

#22 Bows

- 236 -

[CHAPIN & HIGGINS]

37

Pno.

39

40

(Vln)

41

44

45

46

42

mf (underneath the melody)

43

Pno.

38

47

48

"Shine!" PV

[MOONEY & SNOBDEN]

50

Pno.

55

Pno.

Pno.

60


51

52

53

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

61

56

[STACIA & GERRISH]

57

54

49

#22 Bows

- 237 -

62

58

63

64

59

[DICK]
65

ff molto espr.

(cym)

70
67
68
69

66

Pno.

"Shine!" PV

71

Pno.

#22 Bows

- 238 -


74
75





[COMPANY]

72

73

rit.
78
79
80

77

Pno.

81

Vocal

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

76

82 Slower

2 (h=96)

Will

it

all

turn


83

out

84

al - right that's

an - y - bod - y's


mp

Pno.

85

Vocal

guess.

86

Try - ing once

87

88

rall.


89

a - gain may lead

to

fail - ure

or

suc - cess.

might end

in

fail - ure

or

suc - cess



Pno.

"Shine!" PV

(spoken)

90

Could I make

91

92

the White - house my new

93

for - ward - ing ad - dress?

94

Yes!

fp.under voice

Pno.

96

mf cresc.

Bombastic 2 (h=92)

97

98

99

Yes!

Ens.

molto rall.

100

Yes!

Yes!

Pno.

Yes!

Yes!

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Yes!

Yes!

Yes!

Ens.

Vocal

95

Vocal

#22 Bows

- 239 -

101

PIANO/VOCAL

- 240 -

23

ORCHESTRA

Exit Music

"SHINE!"

Music by Roger Anderson


Lyrics by Lee Goldsmith

CUE:
APPLAUSE SEGUE after Bows

Arr. Greg Anthony & Roger Anderson


Orch. Greg Anthony

ff

Pno.

8
9

Pno.

10

13
14

12

Th
N is
w o p sc
rit e or
te rfo e
n rm ha
au a s
th nc be
or e e
iz o n
at r u do
io s w
n e n
fro of lo
m th ad
Sa is ed
m sco for
ue re p
l F is er
re a us
nc llo al
h, we on
In d ly.
c. wi
th
ou

Piano

L'istesso, swung (h=108)

15

11

16