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Can you name the sublime Sondheim rhyme in the alloted time?

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'Men are stupid, men are vain. Love's disgusting, love's _____.' (A Little Night Music)
'The trouble is he's crazy; the trouble is he drinks. The trouble is he's lazy, the trouble is he _____.' (West Side Story)
'The hands on the clock turn, but don't sing a _____ just yet.' (A Little Night Music)
'One is lonely and two is boring. Think what you can keep _____.' (Company)
'Every time I start to feel defensive, I remember lasers are _____.' (Sunday in the Park with George)
'Rich man, poor man, black or white. Everybody gets a _____.' (Assassins)
'Something convulsive, something _____. Something for everyone - a comedy tonight!' (Funny Thing...Forum)
'Momma, get out your white dress. You've done it before - without much _____.' (Gypsy)
'Putting thoughts of you aside in the south of France. Would I think of _____? Darling, shall we dance?' (Follies)
'I feel charming. Oh so charming. It's _____ how charming I feel.' (West Side Story)
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'You wish to have the curse reversed? I'll need to have the potion_____.' (Into the Woods)
'In a world like none that you've ever known, where the sky is lead and the earth is _____.' (Into the Woods)
'If the tea the Shogun drank will serve to keep the Shogun _____. (Pacific Overtures)
'That might be effective, my body's all right. But not in _____, and not in the light!' (A Little Night Music)
'Swing your razor wide, Sweeney! Hold it to the skies! Freely flows the blood of those who _____.' (Sweeney Todd)
'All of the peasants throw rocks in my _____, which causes me nervous distress, yes.' (Anyone Can Whistle)
'Bump! Ole Mississippi's swarming with _____.' (Merrily We Roll Along)
'Say, Mr. Producer. I'm talkin' to you, sir. I don't need a lot. Only what I got. Plus a tube of greasepaint and a _____.' (Follies)
A false alarm. A broken arm. An imitation Hitler but with _____ charm. (Follies)
'Another long exhausting day - another thousand dollars. A matinee, a Pinter play, perhaps a piece of _____. (Company)

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