Top Ten Best Songs from Musicals
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I love this song!
A very chilling villain song. "It's our secret of survival in this very nasty world. Now you see us, now you don't. Now you hear us, now you won't. "
The message in this song is actually true. Everyone's out for themselves and no one else.
Everyone has AIDS! Only the creators of South Park could ever get away with something like that.
This song is so catchy! The way he speaks the dialogue is so soulful it's funny.
I once enters a county talent show with this song, I got fourth place
4 out of about 500.
This is such a beautiful song! There aren't many songs like this, about a mother willing to give her life in order for her son to have a bright future, and it just makes the story even more tragic and memorable. It's got a very catchy melody as well.
137.137.137!? Are you kidding me?!?!?!? This is the most beautiful, moving, powerful and basically just amazing song ever. I love to listen to it and do so every day. Next time I check on this list this song better be in the top ten.
One of the best villain songs EVER! This, "Brand New Day" and "Slipping" are the best villain songs ever! It has both Dr Horrible and Penny singing together but about opposite feelings! She's good and he's evil (but awesome)
Why isn't this higher?!?! This is one of my favorite songs ever! I could listen to it on repeat for months at a time.. And I'm pretty sure I have!
A beautiful song about being willing to die in the place of a friend. I don't know what character sings this song, but I would give almost anything to have a friend who would do that for me.
This is no doubt the most difficult solo song from Les Mis... Takes so much control and understanding of the character. Don't know why it's so low
The best musical song in my opinion. Les mis is also my favorite musical
I cry whenever I hear this song!V 1 Comment
This is my favourite song from this musical. So powerful & dramatic!
Best song from Wicked, even if it's not as well knownV 1 Comment
Earlier in the story, Shrek compared ogres to onions, saying that both have layers. And that may be true, but only at "Who I'd Be" does Shrek metaphorically start to peel said layers. One layer at a time, we find out that Shrek is adventurous, thrill-seaking, and poetic. And at his center, all he wants is the happy ending that he knows he can't have. An absolutely beautiful and heart wrenching song that deserves to be on this countdown.
This song gives me chills every time. I'd say most underrated musical number ever written. People write this musical off as childish. But those who give it a chance walk away with a whole different perspective.
I like it because it is sweet and calmV 3 Comments
One of the great gems of musical theater, this gorgeous litany of a knight's goal's reminds us to strive for the best and highest, even when we may not reach them, and that the world will be better because we have done so.
When you're a jet you're a jet all the way from you're first cigarette to your last dying day. So catchy, I just love it!V 2 Comments
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