Musical numbers

Act I
  • "Alexander Hamilton" – Full company (except King George III)
  • "Aaron Burr, Sir" – Hamilton, Burr, Laurens, Lafayette, and Mulligan
  • "My Shot" – Hamilton, Laurens, Lafayette, Mulligan, Burr and Company
  • "The Story of Tonight" – Hamilton, Laurens, Lafayette, Mulligan
  • "The Schuyler Sisters" – Angelica, Eliza, Peggy, Burr, and Company
  • "Farmer Refuted" – Samuel Seabury and Hamilton
  • "You'll Be Back" – King George III
  • "Right Hand Man" – Washington, Hamilton, Burr, and Company
  • "A Winter's Ball" – Burr, Hamilton, Company
  • "Helpless" – Eliza, Hamilton, Women
  • "Satisfied" – Angelica, Eliza, Hamilton and Company
  • "The Story of Tonight" (reprise) – Laurens, Lafayette, Mulligan, Hamilton, Burr
  • "Wait for It" – Burr and Company
  • "Stay Alive" – Hamilton, Washington, Lee, Laurens, Lafayette, Mulligan, Eliza, Angelica, and Company
  • "Ten Duel Commandments" – Laurens, Hamilton, Lee, Burr, and Company
  • "Meet Me Inside" – Washington, Hamilton, and Company
  • "That Would Be Enough" – Eliza and Hamilton
  • "Guns and Ships" – Lafayette, Burr, Washington, Company
  • "History Has Its Eyes on You" – Washington and Company
  • "Yorktown (The World Turned Upside Down)" – Hamilton, Lafayette, Laurens, Mulligan, Washington, and Company
  • "What Comes Next?" – King George III
  • "Dear Theodosia" – Burr, Hamilton
  • "Tomorrow There'll Be More of Us" – Laurens, (Eliza, Hamilton) †
  • "Non-Stop" – Hamilton, Burr, Eliza, Angelica, Washington, and Company

† "Tomorrow There'll Be More Of Us", a second reprise to "The Story of Tonight", is not included on the original Broadway cast recording. Miranda considers it "more of a scene rather than a song".[12]

‡ Previously titled "One Last Ride" in the Off-Broadway production.[28]

Act II
  • "What'd I Miss" – Jefferson, Burr, Madison, Washington, Hamilton and Company
  • "Cabinet Battle #1" – Jefferson, Hamilton, Washington, and Madison
  • "Take a Break" – Eliza, Philip, Hamilton, and Angelica
  • "Say No to This" – Hamilton, Maria Reynolds, James Reynolds, and Company
  • "The Room Where It Happens" – Burr, Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, and Company
  • "Schuyler Defeated" – Philip, Eliza, Hamilton, and Burr
  • "Cabinet Battle #2" – Washington, Jefferson, Hamilton, and Madison
  • "Washington on Your Side" – Burr, Jefferson, and Madison
  • "One Last Time" – Washington, Hamilton, and Company ‡
  • "I Know Him" – King George III
  • "The Adams Administration" – Burr, Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, and Company
  • "We Know" – Hamilton, Burr, Jefferson, and Madison
  • "Hurricane" – Hamilton and Company
  • "The Reynolds Pamphlet" – Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, Burr, Angelica, Company
  • "Burn" – Eliza
  • "Blow Us All Away" – Philip, Hamilton, Eacker, Dolly, Martha and Company
  • "Stay Alive" (reprise) – Philip, Hamilton, Eliza, Doctor, and Company
  • "It's Quiet Uptown" – Angelica, Hamilton, Eliza, and Company
  • "The Election of 1800" – Jefferson, Madison, Burr, Hamilton, and Company
  • "Your Obedient Servant" – Burr, Hamilton
  • "Best of Wives and Best of Women" – Eliza, Hamilton
  • "The World Was Wide Enough" – Burr, Hamilton, and Company
  • "Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story" – Eliza, Washington, Burr, Jefferson, Madison, Angelica, Laurens, Lafayette, Mulligan and Company


The original Broadway cast recording for Hamilton was made available to listeners by NPR on September 21, 2015.[29] It was released by Atlantic Records digitally on September 25, 2015, and physical copies were released on October 16, 2015.[30] The cast album has also been released on vinyl.[31] The album debuted at number 12 on the Billboard 200 albums chart, the highest entrance for a cast recording since 1963.[32] It went on to reach number 3 on the Billboard 200[33] and number 1 on the Billboard Rap albums chart.[34] The original cast recording has won a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album.[35]

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