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From: “Bare: A Pop Opera”

A Quiet Night At Home


by

DAMON INTRABARTOLO

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A Quiet Night at Home
from the Musical BARE
Words and Music by
DAMON INTRABARTOLO
Opening dialogue:

Nadia: Oh, thank God! I haven’t seen your belly button for hours.
Ivy: Does it look good? I don’t have the advantage you do of having it way out in front of me.
You know, I’ve noticed that some of my clothes are missing.
Nadia: Yeah, I think we’ve all noticed that.
Matt: Ready ladies? Wow! Are you performing?
Ivy: If you’re lucky.
Nadia: I’m not going.
Matt: What do you mean?
Nadia: I mean, “no.” Fucking go, already!
Matt: All right!
Ivy: Well, you have a good night...and don’t touch anything.
Nadia: Said the whore, uncharacteristically.

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A qui-et night at home;

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si - lent night. A joy to pass a qui - et night at home.

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A qui - et night at home;

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all my friends are gone, and once a - gain I find my - self a - lone.

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A qui - et night at home;

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just me and my Good Shep - herd. He and I

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can count a mil - lion sheep. A qui - et night at home,

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fill - ing up that time ’til fi - nal - ly I get to sleep. A

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qui - et night at home; moth-er’s wor -ried glanc - es.

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Take my hand, smi - le, sad - ly sigh. Words of wis - dom,

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talk of ships and princ - es; sooth - ing sa - gas laced with lov - ing

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lies. Sad - ness. Who, me? Sad? A qui-et night at home;

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my fa - v’rite place. “Hon - ey, it - ’ll be

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o - kay. Slim down, dear; things will change. For,

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af - ter all, you’ve such a pret-ty face.” A qui - et night at home;

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play my si - ren song, at - tract - ing none. My ship just won’t come

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in. Cling-ing to the rig -id Rock of Ag - es;

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cresc.

nev - er ev - er e - ven get the chance to sin.

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Pass - ing two pro - duc - tive ho - urs tear - ing through a hun - dred pag -

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- es. What a tale of star - crossed lov - ers. Life is lived

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on oth-er stag - es. Pain a - dores me; God ig - nores me.

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Al - ways think - ing, think - ing, sink - ing, nev - er danc -

aggressively as before

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- ing. Nev-er asked; and ask - ing why, why the “nev - er” nev-er

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a little slower a tempo

cry: far too clev - er. Big girl, big girl.

a little slower a tempo

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Ships and princ - es all gone home. A-

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lone a - gain; a - gain a-lone. A qui-et night at home

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with thoughts of, “Why?” A qui-et night at home spent get - ting

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