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Death, Musically

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Death Musically game quiz
"The subject of death or dying in a musical can be used as a flashback vehicle, a humorous interlude, or a compelling ending. Here are a few musical numbers about death. Warning: there are spoilers!"

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1. In this flashback from death, what do Addison, Wilson, Mama and Papa sing about?

"We'll be rich again...
Never say die...
New ideas
Are always just around the corner--!
Find the new frontiers...
Be the pioneers...
Learn to bounce...
That's what counts..."
    I Love This Town
    Next To You

2. In which song does Natalie express her anger after another of her mother's episodes imagining her dead son is still alive?

"Everything a kid oughta be
He's immortal, forever alive
Then there's me!

I wish I could fly
And magically appear and disappear.
I wish I could fly
I'd fly far away from here."
    Just Another Day
    Song of Forgetting
    Catch Me I'm Falling
    Superboy and the Invisible Girl

3. What reprise does the chorus sing as Anna tearfully watches the King die?

"He'll always need your love
And so he'll get your love-
A man who needs your love
Can be Wonderful."
    Something Wonderful
    Getting to Know You
    Song of the King
    Hello, Young Lovers

4. What solo does Billy croon while imagining himself as father to a new boy or girl?

"My boy, Bill! He'll be tall
And as tough as a tree, will Bill
Like a tree he'll grow
With his head held high
And his feet planted firm on the ground
And you won't see nobody dare to try
To boss him or toss him around!
No fat-bottomed, flabby-faced,
Pot-bellied, baggy-eyed bully
Will boss him around."
    Blow High, Blow Low
    If I Loved You
    What's the Use of Wond'rin'

5. The theater is to be demolished to put up a parking lot. A reunion is organized and all the past stars arrive to reminisce. Throughout the evening the ghosts of times past flit through the ensemble. In which song do the ghosts of Buddy, Sally, Phyllis and Ben appear as they remember the past?

"Girls by the hundreds waving and crying.
"See you tomorrow night!"
Girls looking frazzled and girls looking great,
Girls in a frenzy to get to a date,
Girls like a madhouse and two of them late..."
    Waiting For the Girls Upstairs
    Too Many Mornings
    Broadway Baby
    Live, Laugh, Love

6. What song do the inmates sing as an introduction to Roxie?

"He had it coming
He had it coming
He only had himself to blame
If you'd have been there
If you'd have seen it"
    Cell Block Tango
    All That Jazz
    When You're Good to Mama
    All I Care About

7. During the opening scene, with which song are the citizens of Oz joyfully celebrating the death of the Wicked Witch of the West?

"Good news! She's dead!
The Witch of the West is dead!
The wickedest witch there ever was
The enemy of all of us here in Oz
Is Dead!
Good news!
Good news!"
    No Good Deed
    What is this Feeling?
    No One Mourns the Wicked
    One Short Day

8. Audrey II needs more food, but, oh, what she eats! What song convinces Seymour to feed her the dentist?

"Come on, Seymour, don't be a putz
Trust me and your life will surely rival King Tut's
Show a little 'nitiative, work up the guts
And you'll git it."
    Feed Me
    Ya Never Know
    Skid Row

9. What lament does Daisy sing of her frustration and angst at not being the same?

"I don't know why they redesigned me.
He likes the way he used to find me.
He likes the girl I left behind me
I mean he...I mean me..."
    What Did I Have That I Don't Have?
    Don't Tamper with my Sister
    Tosy and Cosh
    Come Back to Me

10. What song do Lance, Robin, Not Dead Fred and assorted Bodies on the cart sing while cleaning the streets of folk dead from the plague?

"Well now he's dead
You whacked him on the head
Sure, now he's dead
It makes me just see red
You are such a brute
To murder that old coot
You homicidal bastard, now he's really dead
Who is the knave who put him in his grave
And who needs to manage his anger?"
    Where Are You?
    Monk's Chant
    He Is / I Am Not Dead Yet
    Always Look on the Bright Side of Life

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Compiled Jun 28 12