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Urinetown: Vocal Selections

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(Vocal Selections). 14 vocal selections from the Broadway sensation that earned 3 Tony Awards in 2002. Songs include: Act One Finale * Don't Be the Bunny * Follow Your Heart * I See a River * It's a Privilege to Pee * Look at the Sky * Mister Cladwell * Run, Freedom, Run! * Tell Her I Love Her * Urinetown * We're Not Sorry * We're Not Sorry - Reprise * What Is Urinetown? * ...more
Paperback, 112 pages
Published November 1st 2004 by Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation
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Jul 28, 2011 Mark Woodland rated it it was amazing
The title sounds highly dubious, but this musical play is drop-dead hilarious! The songs in this book from the show are loads of fun to sing, very original, and a few border on the utterly tasteless. Yeah, that's for me!
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