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GROUP A- Uptempo & Character-Driven

Choose ONE from this group

Oh the Thinks You Can Think!

Key of C. Starting notes on “Oh the thinks you can think!” are C C C D E F.

After all those years being stuck on a page,
Did you ever imagine, you'd see Dr Seuss, onstage?
Now we’re here, there is no telling what may ensue. With a cast such as us, and thinkers like you!

Oh, the thinks you can think!
Oh, the thinks you can think
If you're willing to try...
Think invisible ink! 
Or a gink with a stink! 
Or a stair to the sky...

If you open your mind, 
Oh, the thinks you will find
Lining up to get loose
Oh, the thinks you can think 
When you think about

The Cat & the Moon

Key of A.Starting notes on “There’s an inn of” are A C# B G.

There's an inn of old renown
Where they brew a beer so brown
Moon came rolling down the hill
One Hevnsday night to drink his fill

On a three-stringed fiddle there
Played the Ostler's cat so fair
The hornèd Cow that night was seen
To dance a jig upon the green

I Need a Hero – FEMALE ONLY

Key of Gm/Bb. Starting notes on “Where have all the good men gone” are G G G G G G A.

Slowly, w/style:
Where have all the good men gone
And where are all the gods
Where's the street-wise Hercules
To fight the rising odds

Isn't there a white knight
Upon a fiery steed
Late at night, I toss and I turn
And I dream of what I need

I need a hero
I'm holding out for a hero 'til the end of the night
He's gotta be strong
And he's gotta be fast
And he's gotta be fresh from the fight

I need a hero
I'm holding out for a hero 'til the morning light
He's gotta be sure
And it's gotta be soon
And he's gotta be larger than life

I’ve Got a Dream – MALE ONLY

Key of E. Notes on “My sneer could curd-le dair-y” are E E E E-E D#-C#.

I'm malicious, mean and scary
My sneer could curdle dairy
And violence-wise, my hands are not the cleanest
But despite my evil look
And my temper, and my hook
I've always yearned to be a concert pianist

Can'tcha see me on the stage performin' Mozart?
Tickling the ivories 'til they gleam?
Yep, I'd rather be called deadly
For my killer show-tune medley
Thank you!
'Cause way down deep inside
I've got a dream

Newsies: King of New York

Key of F#m/A. Notes on “A pair of new shoes” are F# F# F# G# A.

A pair of new shoes with matchin' laces!
A permanent box at Sheepshead races!
A barbershop haircut that cost a quarter
A regular beat for the star reporter!

GROUP B - Ballad

Choose ONE from this group

Let it Be

Key of Eb. Starting notes on “When I find my-self” are G Ab Bb Bb-C, alto range

When I find myself in times of trouble
Mother Mary comes to me
Speaking words of wisdom, let it be

And in my hour of darkness
She is standing right in front of me
Speaking words of wisdom, let it be

Children Will Listen

Key of Bb. Starting notes on “Care-ful the things you say” are D-Eb D G D F

Careful the things you say
Children will listen
Careful the things you do
Children will see
And learn
Children may not obey
But children will listen
Children will look to you
For which way to turn
To learn what to be
Careful before you say
"Listen to me"
Children will listen

Newsies: Santa Fe – MALE ONLY

Key of C, kind of. Starting notes on “They say folks is dying to get there” are G A Bb C A Bb A G
Note: key is flexible and can be changed for performance.

“Them streets down there, they sucked the life right outta my old man. Well they ain't doin' that to me.
You keep your small life in the big city. Give me a big life in a small town.”

They say folks is dyin' to get there.
Me, I'm dyin' to get away,
to a little town out west that's spankin' new.

And while I ain't never been there,
I can see it clear as day.
If you want, I bet'cha you could see it, too.

Close your eyes...
Come with me,
Where it's clean and green and pretty.
And they went and made a city outta clay.

Why, the minute that ya get there,
Folks'll walk right up and say,
"Welcome home, son, welcome home to Santa Fe!"

Newsies: Something to Believe In – FEMALE ONLY

Key of G. Starting notes on “Til the mo-ment I found you” are B C D-G A B G
Note: key is somewhat flexible, & can be changed for performance

Till the moment I found you
I thought I knew what love was
Now I'm learning what is true
That love will do what it does
The world finds ways to sting you
And then one day decides to bring you

Something to believe in
For even a night
One night may be forever
But that's all right
That's all right

And if you're gone tomorrow
What was ours still will be
I have something to believe in
Now that I know you believe in me