"Dear Theodosia (Reprise) (Off-Broadway)" is the 18th song of Act Two and 42nd song overall in the Off-Broadway production of Hamilton.
The song did not make it into the Broadway production of Hamilton because it was confusing for the audience; Burr's wife and daughter were both called Theodosia. Burr tells his daughter that her mother has passed away and he will continue to build a strong foundation and future for his daughter in the wake of his wife's death.
Dear Theodosia, how to say to you
Sometime last night, your mother breathed your name
And like a flame that flickers out too soon, she died
She dedicated every day to you
She changed my life, she made my life worthwhile
And when you smile
I know a part of her lives on
I know I can go on
You have come of age with our young nation
We bleed and fight for you
Sometimes it seems that's all we do
And you and I will build a strong foundation
And I'll be here for you
The way is clear for you to blow us all away