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Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote the melody that is used for "Story of Tonight" when he was 16 years old.
In the book Hamilton: The RevolutionLin explained, "It wasn't until we realized we were writing a musical that we began to divvy up the monologue among the people who bore witness to Hamilton's life. Lin explained in Hamilton: The Revolution that he liked how all of the characters "set the stage for our main man's entrance. In fact, all of those places are featured in the "Special Thanks" portion of the Hamilton credits.
Lin recalled the moment in Hamilton: The Revolutionsaying, "I told him I wanted to write a breakup letter from King George to the colonies. Without blinking, he improv'd at me, 'Awwww, you'll be back,' wagging his finger.
I laughed and filed it away. In Hamilton: The RevolutionLin said that they switched it from being sung by the entire company since it came between "Yorktown" and "Non-Stop," two big s that already featured everyone.
In Hamilton: The RevolutionLin explained, "When it came time to write this for the show, that melody did everything I wanted this scene to do. In Hamilton: The RevolutionLin said he played "This One's Mine" for his wife and she felt like it wasn't finished, so he went back and worked on it.
Lin explained in Hamilton: The Revolution that he called Karen and asked if he could use the tune without her lyrics, and she happily agreed. Lin decided to add it in for Daveed Diggs simply because they were all so impressed with his sense of rhythm.
Lin originally had a quote from Macbeth Act 5, Scene 1 that said, "They have tied me to a stake; I cannot fly, but bear-like, I must fight the course. Lin ended up cutting the reference, saying"I felt like it was the wrong laugh leading into the scene. Lin called Jason and asked him if it was okay to use the words and make this reference. In Hamilton: The RevolutionLin said, "[Kendrick's] the master of these polysyllabic gems that seem to go off the rails but are so perfect that the music has no choice but to stop and meet him on the other side.
Lin explained in Hamilton: The Revolutionsaying, "It completes [Angelica's] arc in the most unexpected, satisfying way possible. For her to bear witness to the lives of Alexander and Eliza is the role she chose in 'Satisfied. Reply Retweet Favorite.
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