"Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story" is the 23rd and final song of Act Two of the musical Hamilton. It is the 46th song and the finale of the entire musical.
The company of Hamilton ends the musical by Eliza explaining the remainder of events after Alexander Hamilton's death: including her founding of the first private orphanage in New York City, and contributions in collecting funds for the Washington Monument. She helps recognize famous faces in history, such as presidents George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. She reviews Alexander's pages of writings and cannot imagine how he writes like he is "running out of time". Eliza wonders how much more Hamilton could have accomplished if he had what he wanted most: time.
The company ends the musical by directly asking the question repeatedly emphasized throughout the musical: "who lives, who dies, who tells your story?"