How does the bastard, orphan, son of a whore
Go on and on
Grow into more of a phenomenon?
Watch this obnoxious, arrogant, loudmouth bother
Be seated at the right hand of the father.
Washington hires Hamilton right on sight,
But Hamilton still wants to fight, not write.
Now Hamilton’s skill with a quill is undeniable
But what do we have in common? We’re
Reliable with the
There are so many to deflower!
Looks! Proximity to power
They delighted and distracted him
Martha Washington named her feral tomcat after him!
A winter’s ball
And the Schuyler sisters are the envy of all
Yo, if you can marry a sister, you’re rich, son
Is it a question of if, Burr, or which one?
The original name of "A Winter's Ball", prior to the Off-Broadway production of Hamilton, was "Ladies Transition", called a transition because of its short length and leading up to the next song in the musical.