LINES FROM HAMILTON THAT ALWAYS GET STUCK IN MY HEAD

These are not my favorite lines. Just lines that I can't get out of my brain for whatever reason.
  1. "There woulda been nothing left to do for someone less astute"
    "Alexander Hamilton." Say this three times fast.
  2. "We put a stop to the bleeding as the British take Brooklyn, knight takes rook but look..."
    "Right Hand Man." I love how they rhyme rook and look with BROOKlyn
  3. "Now my life gets better every letter that you write me"
    "Helpless." This line is adorable and I would have totally related if Hamilton came out while I was writing my missionary. Eliza and Alex worked out better than we did. Maybe. Depends who you ask.
  4. "We rendezvous with Rochambeau consolidate their gifts"
    "Guns and Ships." The only part from this song I can sing along to.
  5. "Bright young man" "Yo who the eff is this"
    "Non-Stop." Mostly because I think this phrase at least once a day
  6. "Would you like to join us or stay mellow doin whatever the hell it is you do in Monticello"
    "Cabinet Battle #1." Going to Monticello next month can't wait to say this every five seconds.
  7. "The charge against me is a connection with one James Reynolds for purposes of improper speculation. My real crime is an amorous connection with his wife for a considerable time with his knowing consent. I had frequent meetings with her, most of them at my own house. Mrs. Hamilton with the children being absent on a visit to her father."
    "Reynolds Pamphlet." I never actively tried to memorize this. Just one day I realized I could quote the whole thing.
  8. "It's 1800 ladies tell your husband vote for Burr!"
    "The Election of 1800." Don't ask me. I think this at least twice a week.