[SEABURY] Hear ye, hear ye! My name is Samuel Seabury And I present to you “Free Thoughts on the Proceedings of the Continental Congress!” Heed not the rabble who scream revolution They have not your interests at heart [MULLIGAN] Oh my God. Tear this dude apart [SEABURY] Chaos and bloodshed are not a solution Don't let them lead you astray This Congress does not speak for me [BURR] Let him be [SEABURY] They're playing a dangerous game I pray the king shows you his mercy For shame, for shame… [HAMILTON] Yo! [SEABURY] He'd have you all unravel at the Heed not the rabble Sound ofscreams but the Who scream Revolutionis comin' Revolution, they The have-notsaregonna Have not your Winthis Interests It's hardto listen to you with a At heart straight face Chaos and bloodshed already Chaos and bloodshed are haunt us, honestlyyou shouldn't Not a even talk.And what about Solution. Don't Boston? Look at the cost, n' all Let them lead you that we've lostn' you talk Astray AboutCongress?! This Congress does not Speak for me My dogspeaks moreeloquently thanthee! They're playing a dangerousgame But strangely, your mangeis the same! I pray the king shows you his mercy In Jersey? For shame For the revolution! For shame! [COMPANY] For the revolution! [SEABURY] Heed— [HAMILTON] If you repeat yourself again I'm gonna— [SEABURY/HAMILTON] Scream— [HAMILTON] Honestly, look at me, please don't read! [SEABURY] Not your interest— [HAMILTON] Don't modulate the key then not debate with me! Why should a tiny island across the sea regulate the price of tea? [BURR] Alexander, please! [HAMILTON] Burr, I'd rather be divisive than indecisive, drop the niceties [ENSEMBLE] Silence! A message from the King! A message from the King! A message from the King!