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[00:01.04]After the war I went back to New York
[00:02.54]A-After the war I went back to New York
[00:05.03]I finished up my studies and I practiced law
[00:07.82]I practiced law, Burr worked next door
[00:10.52]Even though we started at the very same time
[00:13.12]Alexander Hamilton began to climb
[00:15.86]How to account for his rise to the top?
[00:18.59]Man, the man is
[00:21.71]Gentlemen of the jury, I'm curious, bear with me
[00:23.95]Are you aware that we're making hist'ry?
[00:26.22]This is the first murder trial of our brand-new nation
[00:29.45]The liberty behind
[00:30.46]Deliberation (Non-stop)
[00:31.50]I intend to prove beyond a shadow of a doubt
[00:33.55]With my assistant counsel
[00:36.01]Hamilton, sit down
[00:36.61]Our client Levi Weeks is innocent
[00:38.09]Call your first witness
[00:39.35]That's all you had to say
[00:41.13]One more thing
[00:42.08]Why do you assume you're the smartest in the room?
[00:44.34]Why do you assume you're the smartest in the room?
[00:47.09]Why do you assume you're the smartest in the room?
[00:49.35]Soon that attitude may be your doom (aww)
[00:52.34]Why do you write like you're running out of time?
[00:54.60]Write day and night like you're running out of time?
[00:57.09]Ev'ry day you fight, like you're running out of time
[00:59.88]Keep on fighting
[01:01.57]In the meantime
[01:03.14]Corruption's such an old song that we can sing along in harmony
[01:06.13]And nowhere is it stronger than in Albany
[01:07.88]This colony's economy's increasingly stalling and
[01:10.64]Honestly, that's why public service
[01:12.37]Seems to be calling me (he's just non-stop)
[01:13.13]I practiced the law, I practic'ly perfected it
[01:15.64]I've seen injustice in the world and I've corrected it
[01:18.38]Now for a strong central democracy
[01:20.37]If not, then I'll be Socrates
[01:21.64]Throwing verbal rocks
[01:22.89]At these mediocrities (aww)
[01:23.63]Hamilton, at the constitutional convention
[01:26.12]I was chosen for the constitutional convention
[01:28.87]There as a New York junior delegate
[01:31.64]Now what I'm going to say may sound indelicate (aww)
[01:34.14]Goes and proposes his own form of government (what?)
[01:36.62]His own plan for a new form of government (what?)
[01:39.13]Talks for six hours
[01:40.64]The convention is listless
[01:41.90]Bright young man
[01:43.13]Yo, who the f is this?
[01:44.37]Why do you always say what you believe?
[01:46.88]Why do you always say what you believe?
[01:49.37]Ev'ry proclamation guarantees free ammunition for your enemies
[01:54.95]Why do you write like it's
[01:56.52]Going out of style?
[01:57.77]Write day and night like it's
[01:59.03]Going out of style?
[02:00.02]Ev'ry day you fight like it's
[02:01.53]Going out of style
[02:02.52]Do what you do
[02:07.02]Aaron Burr, sir
[02:08.03]It's the middle of the night
[02:09.28]Can we confer, sir?
[02:10.54]Is this a legal matter?
[02:11.80]Yes, and it's important to me
[02:13.53]What do you need?
[02:14.27]Burr, you're a better lawyer than me
[02:16.78]I know I talk too much, I'm abrasive
[02:18.05]You're incredible in court
[02:19.54]You're succinct, persuasive
[02:21.03]My client needs a strong defense
[02:22.81]You're the solution
[02:23.80]Who's your client?
[02:24.54]The new U.S. Constitution?
[02:27.30]Hear me out
[02:28.05]No way
[02:28.78]A series of essays, anonymously published
[02:31.05]Defending the document to the public
[02:32.81]No one will read it
[02:34.03]I disagree
[02:34.80]And if it fails?
[02:35.55]Burr, that's why we need it
[02:36.56]The constitution's a mess
[02:37.80]So it needs amendments
[02:39.03]It's full of contradictions
[02:40.54]So is independence
[02:42.02]We have to start somewhere
[02:44.35]No way
[02:45.08]You're making a mistake
[02:45.82]Good night
[02:47.58]What are you waiting for?
[02:48.58]What do you stall for? (what?)
[02:49.82]We won the war
[02:51.08]What was it all for?
[02:52.33]Do you support this constitution?
[02:54.60]Of course
[02:55.08]Then defend it
[02:56.08]And what if you're backing the wrong horse?
[02:57.84]Burr, we studied and we fought and we killed
[03:00.07]For the notion of a nation we now get to build
[03:02.59]For once in your life, take a stand with pride
[03:04.82]I don't understand how you stand to the side
[03:07.81]I'll keep all my plans
[03:09.85]Close to my chest (wait for it, wait for it, wait)
[03:12.88]I'll wait here and see
[03:15.07]Which way the wind
[03:16.10]Will blow
[03:17.64]I'm taking my time
[03:20.36]Watching the
[03:21.61]Afterbirth of a nation
[03:22.96]Watching the tension grow
[03:29.19]I am sailing off to London
[03:30.96]I'm accompanied by someone
[03:32.99]Who always pays
[03:34.49]I have found a wealthy husband who will keep
[03:37.49]Me in comfort for all my days
[03:39.72]He is not a lot of fun, but there's no one who
[03:42.74]Can match you for turn of phrase
[03:44.97]My Alexander
[03:48.97]Don't forget to write
[03:51.51]Look at where you are
[03:53.50]Look at where you started
[03:56.23]The fact that you're alive is a miracle
[03:58.73]Just stay alive, that would be enough
[04:01.48]And if your wife could share a fraction of your time
[04:06.77]If I could grant you peace of mind
[04:11.00]Would that be enough?
[04:12.49]Alexander joins forces with James Madison and John Jay to write a series of essays
[04:16.74]Defending the new United States constitution
[04:19.24]Entitled The Federalist papers
[04:21.26]The plan was to write a total of twenty-five essays
[04:24.24]The work divided evenly among the three men
[04:28.24]In the end, they wrote eighty-five essays, in the span of six months
[04:31.99]John Jay got sick after writing five
[04:35.75]James Madison wrote twenty-nine
[04:38.24]Hamilton wrote the other fifty-one
[04:42.49]How do you write like you're
[04:43.77]Running out of time?
[04:45.24]Write day and night like you're
[04:46.76]Running out of time?
[04:47.79]Ev'ry day you fight
[04:48.98]Like you're
[04:49.74]Running out of time
[04:50.48]Like you're
[04:51.22]Running out of time
[04:51.75]Are you
[04:51.85]Running out of time?
[04:52.86]How do you write like tomorrow won't arrive?
[04:55.59]How do you write like you need it to survive?
[04:58.09]How do you write ev'ry second you're alive?
[05:00.61]Ev'ry second you're alive? Ev'ry second you're alive?
[05:04.18]They are asking me to lead
[05:07.43]I am doing the best I can
[05:09.66]To get the people that I need
[05:12.73]I'm asking you to be my right hand man
[05:14.79]Treasury or State?
[05:15.54]I know it's a lot to ask
[05:17.30]Treasury or State?
[05:18.06]To leave behind the world you know
[05:20.04]Sir, do you want me to run the Treasury or State department?
[05:26.03]Let's go
[05:29.79]I have to leave
[05:32.32]Look around, look around at how lucky we are to be alive right now
[05:38.07]They are asking me to lead
[05:39.81]Look around, isn't this enough?
[05:42.07]He will never be satisfied
[05:44.55]He will never be satisfied
[05:56.39]He will never be satisfied
[06:04.40]History has its eyes on you
[06:08.40]I am not throwin' away my shot
[06:10.42]I am not throwin' away my shot
[06:13.17]I am
[06:14.18]Alexander Hamilton
[06:18.66]I am not throwin' away my shot