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Can you pick the Tony winning musical by its opening lyric?
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All clues are the first line that appears on OCR (Ignoring vocalises and prologues for Sound of Music, Two Gentlemen of Verona, Ain't Misbehavin', Evita, Nine, Drood, Lion King, Billy Elliot and Once)
Tony Awards for Best Musical (A-Z)
Another op'nin', another show / In Philly, Boston or Baltimo' / A chance for stage folks to say hello,
Dites-moi / Pourquoi / La vie est belle / Dites-moi / Pourquoi / La vie est gai,
I got the horse right here / His name is Paul Revere / And here's a guy who says / If the weather's clear / Can do, can do
Whenever I feel afraid / I hold my head erect / And whistle a happy tune / So no one will suspect / I'm Afraid.
On your right / Washington Square / Right in the heart of Greenwich Village
Princes come / Princes go / An hour of pomp and show they know
[title] / Is the game I'm in / And I'm proud to be / In [title]
Six months out of every year / I might as well be made of stone / Six months out of every year / When I'm with him... / I'm alone
Look at her: a prisoner of the gutters / Condemned by every syllable she utters / By right she should be taken out and hung / For the cold-blooded murder of the English tongue.
spoken: River City Junction, River City next station stop! All aboard!
If refined and clean amusement / Is the thing you're looking for / Come and tap, tap, tap / On the Simpson sisters' door
My day in the hills / Has come to an end, I know / A star has come out / To tell me it's time to go
spoken: Don't worry, Mr. LaGuardia will help you! sung: What a man / What a job / All these people who look to us for justice / Trust us!
We love you Conrad / Oh yes we do / We love you Conrad / And we'll be true / When you're not near us / We're blue!
How to apply for a job / How to advance for the mail room / How to sit down on a desk / How to dictate memorandums
Call on [title character]! / She's the one the spinsters recommend / Just name that kind of man your sister wants / And she'll snatch them up
spoken: A [title]. Sounds crazy no? But in our little village of Anatevka, you might say everyone of us is a [title]. Trying to scratch out a pleasant simple tune without breakin
spoken: I shall impersonate a man. Come, enter into my imagination and see him! Bony, hollow-faced; eyes that burn with the fire of inner vision.
Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome / Fremde, etranger, stranger / Glucklich zu sehen / Je suis enchante / Happy to see you / Bleibe, reste, stay
I want a door that belongs to me / I want a bed that belongs to me / I wanna know when I climb into bed I'll wake up in my own morning / A morning that really belongs to me
spoken: By God, I have had this Congress! For ten years, King George and his Parliament have gulled, cullied, and diddled these colonies.
spoken: And I'm deeply grateful to them all. When I think about the years that I watched these awards and to think that I'm standing here now. It's- it's too much!
Bobby Bobby ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba-ba... / Bobby / Bobby / Bobby baby / Bobby Bubbi
Summer, Summer / I was like the Summer / Wondering where to go / Autumn, Autumn / I was like the Autumn / Dying on the vine
Now, as the sweet imbecilities / Tumble so lavishly / Onto her lap / Now, there are two possibilities: / A, I could ravish her / B, I could nap
spoken: --Eat your eggs. They're gonna be cold --Eat my eggs? Eat my eggs!? Eat my eggs....
Put your arms around me child / Like when you bumped your shin / Then you'll know I love you now / As I loved you then
Again...Step, kick, kick, leap, kick, touch... / Again...Step, kick, kick, leap, kick, touch...
Maybe far away / Or maybe real nearby / He may be pouring her coffee / She may be straight'ning this tie!
No one to talk with / All by myself / No one to walk with / But I'm happy on the shelf / [title] / I'm savin' my love for you
Attend the tale of [title] / His skin was pale and his eye was odd / He shaved the faces of gentlemen / Who never thereafter were heard of again
Oh what a circus! Oh what a show! / Argentina has gone to town / Over the death of an actress called [title character] / We've all gone crazy
spoken: Hey, did you see this? Julian Marsh is doin' a show!
spoken: Guido, I have to tell you, this is just not my idea of a successful marriage.
Are you blind when you're born? / Can you see in the dark? / Dare you look at a king? / Would you sit on his throne?
spoken: Bon soir! Bon soir! Here we are at the 'pride' of Saint Tropez, the 'envy' of the cabaret world, the 'jewel' of the Riviera! Only champagne from now to the finale!
Looka here Huck, do you wanna go to heaven / Do you wanna go to heaven / Well I'll tell you right now / You better learn to read and you better learn your writin'
What's a king without his crown? / Take away his throne and gown, / He could be the rabble or the Russian czar.
Look down, look down / Don't look 'em in the eye / Look down, look down / You're here until you die
spoken: Sold. Your number, sir? Thank you... Lot 665 ladies and gentlemen. A papier mache musical box in the shape of a barrel organ...
Dance! Dance! / I'm a guy whose gotta dance / Don't know exactly why! / Music puts me in a trance / And I must dance or die!
spoken: Three million people in the [title], according to the last census. Easily half of them up to something they don't want the other half to know.
Take off, hey let's go flying / Weather the skies won't flying / We'll soaring to the rising sun / The golden days has just begun
Bad news go 'way! / Call 'round some day / In March or May / I can't be bothered now / My bonds and shares / May falI downstairs / Who cares, who cares?
Come and find me, hear my song / Let me hold you here where you belong / Lips are waiting, pain will cease / Calm your anguish / I can bring you peace
I'm so happy / I'm afraid I'll die / Here in your arms / What would you do if I died / Like this, right now / Here in your arms?
I guess it was five a.m. / A homicide had been reported / From one of those crazy mansions up on Sunset
December 24th, Nine PM / Eastern Standard Time / From here on in / I shoot without a script
In every age mankind attempts / To fabricate great works / At once magnificent / And impossible...
From the day we arrive on the planet / And blinking, step into the sun / There's more to see than can ever be seen / More to do than can ever be done
Life is just a bowl of cherries / Don't take it serious / Life's too mysterious
This best musical winner is the only to feature no live music. The first song with lyrics that appears in the show is a recording of 'You're Nobody 'Til Somebody Love You'
Opening night. It's opening night! / It's Max Bialystock's latest show / Will it flop or will it go?
I studied all the pictures in magazines and books / I memorized the subway map too / It's one block north to Macy's and two to Brothers Brooks / Manhattan, I prepared for you
Oh, oh, oh / Woke up today / Feeling the way i always do / Oh, oh, oh / Hungry for something / That i can't eat / Then i hear that beat
The sun is shining / It's a lovely day / A perfect morning / For a kid to play / But you've got lots / Of bills to pay / What can you do?
spoken: Hello, are you ready? Then we'll begin... England, 932 A.D. A kingdom divided.
Que toutes celles qui sont dans la vibe (levent le doigt) / Que ceux qui sont assis se levent (suivez-vous moi) / Allez maintenant on y va
Mama who bore me / Mama who gave me / No way to handle things / Who made me so sad
Lights up on Washington Heights, up at the break of day / I wake up and I got this little punk I gotta chase away / Pop the grate at the crack of dawn, sing
Through the dark, and through the hunger / Through the night and through the fear
It’s time to lose the day, it’s time to head to Beale / Where the rhythm is hot, and the music is real
Hello! My name is Elder Price / And I would like to share with you the most amazing book
I can't wait forever is all that you said / Before you stood up / And you won't disappoint me / I can do that myself / But I'm glad that you've come / Now if you don't mind / Leave
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