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Beauty and the Buzzkill Jr. 
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They for sure cut:
No Matter What
Me
A Change in Me
If I Can't Love Her

Wow. The best songs in the show.


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Wow. They cut every single one of my favorite songs in the show. How disappointing. I'm assuming they also cut all of the dance breaks?

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They for sure cut:
If I Can't Love Her


:evil: I will freaking murder them. I listened to that song like crack while I was in the show.

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So, it's just the movie onstage now?

I'm not surprised though. Although I did think they'd cut out the mob scene and fight and just have the beast dying of depression and Belle comes back after A Change in Me.


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ActingDude17 wrote:
Luc wrote:
They for sure cut:
If I Can't Love Her


:evil: I will freaking murder them. I listened to that song like crack while I was in the show.


I second that. The show's been over for three months and I still listen to it like crack.

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ConverseSneaker wrote:
So, it's just the movie onstage now?

I'm not surprised though. Although I did think they'd cut out the mob scene and fight and just have the beast dying of depression and Belle comes back after A Change in Me.


The Mob Song is still in.


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That is unholy, end of story. "If I Can't Love Her" makes the show what it is.

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The omission of "If I Can't Love Her" really surprised me too!

But after mulling over it for a while, I think they might have cut it because Jr. shows are normally for middle school and they might of thought it would be hard to find a middle school boy who can handle the song. No offence to any middle school boys, I'm just thinking biologically that it's a difficult age for a young boy's voice.


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I laugh so freaking hard every time I read the title of this topic. :) *rolls on floor*

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I aim to please. 8)


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Well, the Jr.'s are for kids pre-teens to perform. They're all severly cut down. Not many people at 10 - 14 could belt out songs like those, especially without damaging their voices.

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princesswanabe wrote:
The omission of "If I Can't Love Her" really surprised me too!

But after mulling over it for a while, I think they might have cut it because Jr. shows are normally for middle school and they might of thought it would be hard to find a middle school boy who can handle the song. No offence to any middle school boys, I'm just thinking biologically that it's a difficult age for a young boy's voice.


Pssh, "If I Can't Love Her" isn't too much of a challenge. I could own the song last year, and I SUCKED last year (I was 8th grade last year).
Speaking of which, I haven't sung it in a while...I'll have to see how I do now.

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