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Post Least Favorite Song?
Don't get me wrong, it is a pretty good number, but I'll say that "Cold Feets" is probably my least favorite number. I just don't like the way Robert sings it

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As I prepare to dodge a load of rotten tomatoes, I must say my least favorite song is... Show Off.

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George's Triumph.

I pretty much hate that character. I get so bored whenever he has a big number. Haha.

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Accident Waiting to Happen just annoys me for some reason.

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I am never in the mood to listen to "I Am Aldolpho".

Or "Message from A Nightingale".

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Gavroche Girly wrote:
I am never in the mood to listen to "I Am Aldolpho".

Or "Message from A Nightingale".


Sounds like someone doesn't like Danny Burstein. :wink:

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I honestly can say there's not a single song on the OBC that I would skip, however if I had to pick one it would actually be "As We Stumble Along"

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Unlike most shows, I really do like every song in Drowsy. The weakest, however, is definitely George's Triumph. George makes me want to punch him in the mouth.


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My least favorite song would have to be Love is Always Lovely in the End.
I just find this song so annoying and i don't know why.

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bride's lament does a great job of driving me up a wall.

but if not that, i'd definitely have to agree with all of you up there and say george's triumph.


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piratequeen wrote:
bride's lament does a great job of driving me up a wall.

but if not that, i'd definitely have to agree with all of you up there and say george's triumph.


I don't like George's Triumph. Cold Feets is O.K. but it's not....fun.

I think As We Stumble Along, and the reprise and Bride's Lament are the best.


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George's Triumph...by far...the way he says "ought" in "I'm honored to be doing what a best man ought" really just makes me want to vomit...idk why...I'm not a fan of the Cold Feets on the recording either...I think live the dancing really helps it.

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