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Are these lyrics from Hamilton or 1776?

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We have land, cash in hand, self-command, future planned
Molasses to rum to slaves, oh what a beautiful waltz
For God's sake, John, sit down!
When our children tell our story, they'll tell the story of tonight
Look into your eyes, and the sky’s the limit—I’m helpless
I'm obnoxious and disliked, you know that, sir
So this is what it feels like to match wits with someone at your level
Say I died, loving bride, loving wife, loving life
I am, as I ever was and ever shall be, yours
Sit down, John, you fat mother—[bleep]
Got to start a new nation, got to meet my son
You and your words flooded my senses, your sentences left me defenseless
The things I write are only light extemporanea—I won't put politics on paper, it's a mania
Best of wives and best of women
I want to talk about what I have learned, the hard-won wisdom I have earned
Who lives, who dies, who tells your story?
You’re going to need congressional approval and you don’t have the votes
Them soldiers, they fired—oh ma, did we run
Write to me with sentimental effusion, let me revel in romantic illusion
Maybe we can solve one problem with another and win a victory for the Southerners
For I have crossed the Rubicon, let the bridge be burned behind me, come what may, come what may!
Social-Lee, political-Lee, financial-Lee, natural-Lee, internal-Lee, external-Lee, fraternal-Lee
Careful how you proceed, good man—intemperate indeed, good man
We'll never be truly free until those in bondage have the same rights as you and me
And just as Tom here has written, though the shell may belong to Great Britain, the eagle inside belongs to us
Is anybody there? Does anybody care? Does anybody see what I see?
Compliments of the Concord Ladies Coffee Club, and the Sisterhood of the Truro Synagogue
But someone’s got to keep the American promise—you simply must meet Thomas
You will come of age with our young nation—we’ll bleed and fight for you, we’ll make it right for you
Will someone shut that man up?

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