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OLDEST ORPHAN in the J. G. HOME


Pno./Cond. 10-26-12 Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
[4 Piece Orchestration] Orchestration by Brad Haak

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(Repeat 4 times) JERUSHA:

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per - fect - ly aw - ful day, the first Mon - day of ev' - ry month Ev' - ry floor scrubbed, ev' - ry

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chair dust - ed. A per - fect - ly aw - ful day, ev' - ry bed with - out a wrin - kle Ev' - ry

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Pno./Cond. (4 pc.) No. 1 OLDEST ORPHAN in the J.G. HOME 10-26-12 (2.)
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hair combed on nine - ty - sev - en or - phans. Poor Je - ru - sha

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Ab - bott has to bear the brunt of it all.

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Poor Je - ru - sha Ab - bott, the old - est or - phan in the John Grier

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Pno./Cond. (4 pc.) No. 1 OLDEST ORPHAN in the J.G. HOME 10-26-12 (3.)
F #7 sus
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home. A per - fect - ly aw - ful day the trust -

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ees come to vis - it, tak - ing tea breaks, hav - ing re - ports writ - ten. They

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hur - ry a - way in the night for hous - es in the cit - y and I watch them with


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nine - ty sev - en or - phans. Poor Je - ru - sha Ab - bott,

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Pno./Cond. (4 pc.) No. 1 OLDEST ORPHAN in the J.G. HOME 10-26-12 (4.)
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nev - er break - ing free of this place. Poor Je - ru - sha

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the old - est or - phan in

the John
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Grier

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Pno./Cond. (4 pc.) No. 1 OLDEST ORPHAN in the J.G. HOME 10-26-12 (5.)

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"Little Tommy Dillon comes singing up the stairs"

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home. (3rd time) Je - ru - sha Ab - bott you are wand - ed



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in the off - us and you bed - der hur - ry up. Who wants me?

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Mis - sus Lib - bidd in the off - ice and I think she's

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Nearly in time

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real - ly mad! Where did I go wrong? Were the

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Poco rit. (Solo)

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Pno./Cond. (4 pc.) No. 1 OLDEST ORPHAN in the J.G. HOME 10-26-12 (6.)
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sand - wich - es not thin e - nough? Were there shells in the nut - cakes?

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Where did I go wrong? Did a la - dy vis - i - tor see the

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hole in Su - sie Haw - thorn's stock - ing?

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Pno./Cond. (4 pc.) No. 1 OLDEST ORPHAN in the J.G. HOME 10-26-12 (7.)
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F #7 sus


Slower, in 2

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"One last trustee is leaving through the big front door, Tempo I

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to the automobile in the drive." 3


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A per - fect - ly aw - ful day a

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sil - hou - et-ted fig - ure, tall and gang - ly, shroud-ed in the dark-ness. I can-not see his face, but the

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head - lights in the drive-way cast his sha - - dow sharp a - cross the floor, look - ing

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Pno./Cond. (4 pc.) No. 1 OLDEST ORPHAN in the J.G. HOME 10-26-12 (8.)
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like a dad - dy - long - legs, the big - gest one that I had ev - er

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seen. A creep - ing, crawl - ing dad - dy long legs, and it

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makes me laugh on this aw - ful day. The

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old - est or - phan in the John Grier Home.

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2 Who Is This Man? Daddy Long Legs
11-3-13
Piano/Conductor (4-piece orchestration) Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
Orchestration by Brad Haak
CUE (JERUSHA): "Thank you, Mrs.
Lippett. 'For Miss Abbott'"
"The Further Education Nine Point Plan. Further education? One. Owing to the exceptional talent

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of Miss Jerusha

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(Solo) Abbott by Mr.


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John Smith.

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that Miss Abbott has shown in her original and amusing essays,

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Mr. Smith has decided to send her to college. Two. It is Mr. Smiths plan

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that Miss Abbott should educate

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herself to become a writer.

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Four. She will receive in addition,
Poco pi mosso Three. Miss Abbotts board and tuition will be paid direct to the college.

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during her four years of study,

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during her four years of study,

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a monthly allowance of thirty-five dollars!

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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 2 Who Is This Man? (11-3-13) (2.)
This will ensure an equality with her fellow students. Five. Miss Abbott must write a letter of acknowledgment

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to Mr. Smith once a month. Not thanks.

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Thanks must never be mentioned. Six. Mr. Smiths name is obviously not Mr. Smith,

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but he prefers to remain unknown. To Miss Abbott he will never be anything but Mr. Smith."

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JERUSHA: Who is this man? Who has de- signed this un - com - mon plan

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to ed - u - cate Je - ru - sha how - ev - er best he can?

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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 2 Who Is This Man? (11-3-13) (3.)

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How can this be? Whowouldtake on this un - cer- tain-ty to ed-u-cateJe - ru - sha?

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Who in heav - en's name is he? I guess I'll nev - er know him? I guess I'll nev - er

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ev - en learn his name? These are his or - ders, this is his game.

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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 2 Who Is This Man? (11-3-13) (4.)
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I guess I'll nev - er know him. You must - n't know your bet - ters. But

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such a letter she would write her parentshad they been living.


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progress of her studies and details of her daily life

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Eight. The reason for the letters is to foster Miss Abbotts facility in literary expression.

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Nine. Mr. Smith will never answer Miss Abbotts letters, nor take the slightest notice of them. He detests letter-writing
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and above all does not wish Miss Abbott to become a burden."

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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 2 Who Is This Man? (11-3-13) (5.)
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So though I might thank him twice each and ev - 'ry night,

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he will ne - ver an - swer, no, Mis - ter Smith will ne-ver write. I guess I'll ne - ver

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know him? Though I am rath - er cur - i - ous to see

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what kind of man would ed - u - cate me.

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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 2 Who Is This Man? (11-3-13) (6.)
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I guess I'll ne - ver know him. You must - n't know your bet - ters. But

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he will know me in let - ters.

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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 2 Who Is This Man? (11-3-13) (7.)

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This man will ne-ver
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write me. I can - not out - guess him, so how should I ad - dress him?

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Daddy Long Legs
Piano/Conductor
MR. GIRL HATER 3
11-3-13
(4-piece Orchestration) Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
CUE (JERUSHA): Orchestration by Brad Haak
Why couldnt you have picked out a name with a little personality?
I might as well write letters to Dear Hitching-Post or
(JERVIS):
Dear Clothes-Pole.
(JERUSHA):
Anyway
Brightly
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JERUSHA:


Ive been thinking about you a great deal.Having somebody

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(Vln.) take an interest in me after all these years...well..."

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some-bod-y now, a kind of fam- ly. I feel like I be-long to some-bod-y now, a guid-ing

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hand. A soul who takes an in - trest in my wel - fare. A

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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 3 MR. GIRL HATER (11-3-13) (2.)

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friend who takes an in - trest in my life. I feel like I be - long to

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some-bod - y now, a kind of an -gel. I feel like I be-long to some-thing more than just a

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school. But when I think of you I know so lit-tle. I can on - ly think of three

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things: youre tall, youre rich and you hate girls.

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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 3 MR. GIRL HATER (11-3-13) (3.)

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I guess I could call you Mis - ter Girl Hat - er, Mis - ter Girl Hat - er but

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thats too in - sult - ing to me. It would ne - ver do. Or

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I could call you dear Mis - ter Rich Man, thanks, Mis - ter Rich Man but thats too in - sult - ing to

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and you might not be rich for that much long - er,

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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 3 MR. GIRL HATER (11-3-13) (4.)

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but Im pret - ty sure youll stay tall. So Ill call you Dear - Dad - dy - LongLegs,

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So Ill call you Dear - Dad - dy - LongLegs,

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old Dad - dy - Long-Legs. Ill keep call - ing you, I hope you dont mind, Dad - dy - Long-Legs.

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old Dad - dy - Long-Legs. Ill keep call - ing you, you dont mind, Dad - dy - Long-Legs.

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Its just a pet name, we wont tell a soul, no. The

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Its just a pet name,

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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 3 MR. GIRL HATER (11-3-13) (5.)

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bell sounds, I must go. Yours, Je - ru - sha Ab - bott, whose ed - u -

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ca-tion is un - der- writ - ten by a man I lov- ing - ly call Mis - ter Hitch - ing - Post - Clothes - Pole -

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Daddy Long Legs She Thinks I'm Old 4
Piano/Conductor 11-4-13
(4-piece orchestration) Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
Orchestration by Brad Haak

CUE (JERUSHA): "Given youre a tall, old man who hates girls, but is very
generous to one quite impertinent girl - what do you look like?"

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She thinks Im old and crust - y, too, per - haps, and cold.

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a - tion, the hu - mor is quaint. And read - ing her prose, I sup - pose, is more

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way She thinks Im gray why she thinks so I cant say

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ga - tion, does not in - clude com - mu - ni - ca - tion. A girl could lead to ag-gra - va - tion,
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how it all be - gan. Con - tent to re - main in the

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Daddy Long Legs LIKE OTHER GIRLS 5
Piano/Conductor 11-4-13
Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
(9-21-12: missing m. 71 corrected)
Orchestration by Brad Haak

CUE (JERVIS & JERUSHA):" Julia and I were born to be enemies."

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JERUSHA: "You know, Daddy, it isnt the work thats going to be hard in college. Its the play.

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Their jokes seem to relate to a past that everyone but me has shared.
I am in a for - eign
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world.
Its a miserable feeling. Ive had it all my life."

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I know that I should try to fit in some - how, but I don't think that I can
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like oth - er girls, wear fan - cy shoes like oth - er girls. Write a lit - er - ar - y mas - ter - piece for

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'Cause I can't tell her where I come from Dad - dy. Is that the same as hav-ing lied?

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like oth-er girls, cure dis-ease and write a sym-phon-y and win the No - bel Prize like oth-er girls.

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I bought an eve - ning dress, oh, glo - ry be!

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fit in some - how, but I don't think that I can change.

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like oth - er girls, be- come a sci - en - tist, a mo - tor - ist, a suf - fra - gette, a Meth - o - dist, a

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girls, like oth - er girls, like oth - er

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DADDY-LONG-LEGS
7
Things I Didnt Know
(Jerusha, Jervis)

3/4/10
...please inform. (MUSIC)

Oh, and Daddy, did you ever hear of Michael Angelo? He was a famous artist who lived in Italy in the Middle Ages.
The whole class laughed because I thought he was an archangel. Doesnt he sound like one?

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Even more embarrassing - somebody mentioned Florence Nightingale and I asked if she was a freshman.

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That joke has gone all over college. JERVIE: You wouldnt believe, Daddy, what an abyss of ignorance my mind is.

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The things that most girls with a properly assorted family, and a home, and friends and a library know by absorption,
Ive never even heard of.

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ri - pi - des' E- lec - tra I nev - er met The Two No-ble Kins - men ne - ver came a - cross The

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9 I'M A BEAST
Daddy Long Legs
Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
Pno./Cond. 11-9-13 Orchestration by Brad Haak
(4-pc. orch.)
CUE (JERUSHA): "though I dont why Im bothering to tell you.
You are probably the horridest one of all those horrid trustees
and the only reason you are educating me is not because you
care about me but from a sense of charity."

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Daddy Long Legs When Shall We Meet? 10
Piano/Conductor 11-13-13
(4-pc. orch.) Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
Orchestration by Brad Haak

CUE (JERVIS): "Manhattan. April 1st. April Fools Day. How appropriate."

JERVIS: "Dear Miss Abbott, I put pen to paper with some trepidation, but with a feeling after your last letter

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Daddy Long Legs 11
Piano/Conductor The Color of Your Eyes
Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
11-11-13
Orchestration by Brad Haak
(4-pc. orch.)
CUE (JERUSHA): "I said I would though my heart sank because I dont care much for Pendletons.

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man Ill nev - er for - get But real - ly the on - ly man

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Daddy Long Legs
13 THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS (in D)
Piano/Conductor 11-11-13
(4-pc. orch.)
Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
CUE (JERVIS): "Did you ever hear of such a
Orchestration by Brad Haak
discouraging series of events? "
JERUSHA: "I didn't get to work on my novel until half way through JERVIS: "There in the middle of the
the afternoon, but when I finally got to my table, I had such a nice surprise. page was the biggest, most beautiful
Rubato, in 4 Daddy Long Legs Ive ever seen.

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Piano/Conductor (4-pc.orch.) No. 13 THE SECRET OF HAPPINESS (in D) (11-11-13)
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Piano / Vocal
Mrs. Lippett letter
Lock Willow 11
Jervie types letter (Jerusha, Jervis)
"you are such a brick" 7-3-10

JERUSHA: "Though Im scared that Mrs Lippett will stretch out a long arm and grab me back. "
(CUE) JERVIS: "Lock Willow"

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JERUSHA: "What a lovely name for a farm! I don't really know what a farm is. I've never been on one in my life.


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Piano / Vocal 11. Lock Willow - page 2
7-3-10

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Piano / Vocal 11. Lock Willow - page 3
7-3-10

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Piano / Vocal 11. Lock Willow - page 4
7-3-10

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hill - side I've on - ly been in one place.

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Piano / Vocal 11. Lock Willow - page 5
7-3-10

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Piano / Vocal 7-3-10 11. Lock Willow - page 6

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Piano / Vocal 11. Lock Willow - page 7
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Piano / Vocal 11. Lock Willow - page 8

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Daddy Long Legs The Girl in the Window Display 16
Piano/Conductor 11-20-13
Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
(4-pc. orch)
Orchestration by Brad Haak
CUE (JERUSHA): "But, Daddy, heres the best part. Mr. Pendleton has invited Julia and Sally and me to New York next Friday!"

JERUSHA: "I dont believe Ill ever go to heaven, Im getting everything I want down here." JERVIS: "Julia is going to stay at home with her family"

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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 16The Girl in the Window Display (11-20-13) (2.)
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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 16The Girl in the Window Display (11-20-13) (3.)

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Piano/Conductor (4 pc.) No. 16The Girl in the Window Display (11-20-13) (5.)
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17 I COULDN'T KNOW SOMEONE LESS
11-24-13 Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
Pno./Cond. (4-pc. orchestration) Orchestration by Brad Haak

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Pno./Cond. (4-pc. orch.) No. 17 I COULDN'T KNOW SOMEONE LESS (11-24-13) (7.)

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Daddy Long Legs GRADUATION DAY 22
Piano/Conductor 11-30-13
(4 piece orch.) Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
Orchestration by Brad Haak

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Piano/Conductor (4-pc. orch.) No. 22 GRADUATION DAY (11-30-13) (2.)
JERUSHA: "Ive been trying for four years to get a
letter out of you - and I havent given up hope yet."
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Piano/Conductor (4-pc. orch.) No. 22 GRADUATION DAY (11-30-13) (3.)
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so man - y fac - es. So man - y pla - ces that you've yet

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Piano/Conductor (4-pc. orch.) No. 22 GRADUATION DAY (11-30-13) (6.)
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Piano/Conductor (4-pc. orch.) No. 22 GRADUATION DAY (11-30-13) (8.)
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Daddy Long Legs CHARITY 23
Piano/Conductor 12-2-13
(4-piece orch.) Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
Orchestration by Brad Haak
CUE (JERVIS): "So, Mr. John Smith - Philanthropist and Octogenarian - Rest in peace."

JERVIS: "Charity. It bites the hand that dispenses it. It corrodes the heart of the giver, however pure his motives.

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No. 23 CHARITY (12-2-13) (4.)
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haved Ive gone too far some - how But

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char - i - ty is char - i - ty And I could use some now.

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Piano/Conductor - (4-pc.) No. 23 CHARITY (12-2-13) (5.)
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What you have done for me I nev - er could do.

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JERUSHA: "Dear Daddy Long Legs, Im educated. My diploma is in the bottom bureau

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drawer with my two best dresses.

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who is help - ing who?

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Piano/Conductor - (4-pc.) No. 23 CHARITY (12-2-13) (6.)
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Im here in Lock Willow for the summer. Forever maybe. The board is cheap, the surroundings quiet and conducive to a literary life..

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Im mad about my book. I think of it every waking moment and dream of it at night."

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JERUSHA: "Jimmie McBride is dropping by sometime during the summer.

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Daddy Long Legs
Piano/Conductor 24
I HAVE TORN YOU FROM MY HEART
12-2-13
Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
(4-piece orch.) Orchestration by Brad Haak
Steady, in 4
JERUSHA: "Jimmie McBride is dropping by sometime during the summer. Hes connected with a bond house now, and goes about the country selling
bonds to banks. Hes combining the Farmers National and me on the same trip. I used to think you might come motoring through Lock

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Willow one day - but when you didn't come to my graduation I gave that up as a hopeless dream and buried it forever."

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I have torn you from my heart I have stripped my - self of an - y

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point - less ex - pec - ta - tions that you will ev - er change your ways.

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Piano/Conductor No. 24 I HAVE TORN YOU FROM MY HEART (12-2-13)
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I have torn you from my life I have washed my hands of ev - er

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hop- ing you will be there when I most need a friend but

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you'll nev - er be there Dad - dy on that I can de - pend.
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Piano/Conductor No. 24 I HAVE TORN YOU FROM MY HEART (12-2-13)
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I have torn you from my soul You have hurt me for the last time

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and I won't go on bleed- ing You'll nev - er hear a - noth - er plea Yes,

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Piano/Conductor No. 24 I HAVE TORN YOU FROM MY HEART (12-2-13)
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you've got your free - dom Dad - dy but you don't have me

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Daddy Long Legs All This Time 26
Piano/Conductor 12-3-13
(4-piece orch.) Music and Lyrics by Paul Gordon
Orchestration by Brad Haak

Bright but gentle 4


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knew, all this time Dad - dy has been you.

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Piano/Conductor (4-pc. orch.) No. 26 All This Time (12-3-13) (2.)

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knew all this time Dad - dy has been you.

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Yes, you lied and be trayed my trust. Yes, you made me ap - pear - so fool - ish.

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Piano/Conductor (4-pc. orch.) No. 26 All This Time (12-3-13) (3.)

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And tho' it seems I'm the last to know, I'd be a fool to let you go.
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love like ours is rare. And what I thought im - pos - si - ble is

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love like ours is rare. What I thought is

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Piano/Conductor (4-pc. orch.) No. 26 All This Time (12-3-13) (4.)

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true. All this time I've been in love with you.

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true.

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And it seems as I say these words that I am writ - ing my first love let - ter.

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And it seems as I say these words that I am writ - ing my first love let - ter.

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