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From: Jekyll & Hyde

Good and Evil


by
FRANK WILDHORN
Lyrics by: LESLIE BRICUSSE

Published Under License From

Shapiro, Bernstein & Co. Inc.

1991, 1997 (This Arrangement Copyright 1997) Stage and Screen Music, Ltd. (BMI) /
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Good And Evil


Words by Leslie Bricusse
Music by Frank Wildhorn
Moderately

F m

E/F

Good and

D/F

C 7sus4

men have ar - gued

through

his - try, as
3

C 7/E

e - vil

well they should!

and their mer-its,

F m

My

phi - los - o - phy

Copyright 1991, 1997 (This Arrangement Copyright 1997) Stage and Screen Music, Ltd. (BMI) /
Cherry Lane Music Publishing Company, Inc. (ASCAP) / DreamWorks Songs (ASCAP) /
Les Etoiles De La Musique (ASCAP) / Scaramanga Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
Worldwide rights for Stage and Screen Music, Ltd. administered by Cherry River Music Co. (BMI) /
Worldwide rights for DreamWorks Songs / Les Etoiles De La Musique/ Scaramanga Music, Inc.
administered by Cherry Lane Music Publishing Company, Inc. (ASCAP)
International Copyright Secured All Rights Reserved

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E/F

D/F

an - y

child can

see:

Good is

e - vil

and

C +

there-fore all
3

e - vil
3

is

Bright jazzy 2
N.C.

F m

F m(maj7)

F m

F m(maj7)

F m

F m(maj7)

F m

F m(maj7)

good!

F m

F m(maj7)

How do you tell


Good men main-tain

F m

e - vil from
e - vils a

F m(maj7)

E - vil does well,


But it
is
plain

F m6

good?
curse!

F m6

good not so
goods e - ven

good!
worse!

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G

G /B

C m

E - vils the one that is


E - vils the one that they

D m7 5

free ev - ry - where,
tell you to shun,

bat - tle
key
thing

which is
in your

good and
good and

Ad - am and Eve and the


Heav -en and hell is a

vil
vil,

goes
each

1.

ap - ple tore E - den a


hell - uv - a gam -ble to

2.

The

G /F

G m

C 7 5

hell!
faces.

G 5/C

e
e

C m

the one that they sell!


the one to em - brace.

1.
C 7

C sus4

C maj7

be -tween
a - bout

G /B

good is
good is

You must de - cide which is heav - en,


Say that and Sa - tan will laugh right

G /F

A 7

part!

back
man

G 5/C

to the
has to

start.
choose!

C 7

The

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2.

C 7

lose!

F m

But as

Bm7

I pe - ruse

F m

and heav-en must

lose!

C m

is

ev - ry - where, good does - nt

C m

e - vils de-pend - a - ble!

this world we a - buse,

its hell that we choose,

E - vil

E - vil is

C m

vi - a - ble,

have

prayer!

Good is

C m

goods un - re - li - a - ble!

com - mend - a - ble,

C m

G C m

Good may be thank-a - ble!

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G C m

G C m

Am

E - vil

is bank - a - ble!

Am(maj7)

E - vils for

rit.

Am6

me,

you can have

a tempo

Am

Am(maj7)

Does-nt suit me

Am6

to

be

Rob - in Hood!

F m7 5

Seas - ier

good!

B7 9

by

far, from

the

way

that things are

to

re

main good and

e - vil

than

rit.

E7 9 5

try to be e - vil and

Am

Am(maj7)

A5

good!

a tempo

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