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Mom Could Play Guitar

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From we aren't kids anymore This is a song about your mom.  Drew wrote it about his mom, but he made sure that when you sang it it would be about yours somehow as well. A tender ballad from We Aren't Kids Anymore. Originally sung by Drew's bestie two-time Tony Nominee, Alex Brightman. This is a perfect stand-alone for concerts,...

Snow

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From we aren't kids anymore This song is emotional and challenging. This song is written about Drew Gasparini's first hand experience with hitting "rock bottom." First performed by Drew himself at 54 Below. A dramatic piece, however still suitable for concerts, cabarets, auditions, and showcases. Key of E

Little Sister

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From we aren't kids anymore A lullaby about the excitement of being an older brother to two younger sisters.  From the musical We Aren't Kids Anymore, this is a perfect stand-alone song for concerts, cabarets, showcases, or auditions. Originally sung by Drew himself at 54 Below, then on the cast album by Dear Evan Hansen's Colton Ryan.  Key of A...

I'll Stick Around

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From we aren't kids anymore This song serves as a promise to live, live, live, live, live. A song about recognizing that we are part of something bigger.  Even though he hit challenges, we need to push ourselves to rise above and continue living.  Emotional, powerful, and perfect for cabarets, concerts, showcases, and auditions. Key of A

On and On and On

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From we aren't kids anymore A musical theatre ballad with two artists looking back at what they've done and what they still have left to do.  First performed as a solo, this song is meant to be a duet, but works great both ways.    Key of F#

I Wish I Never Met You

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From we aren't kids anymore I Wish I Never Met You is a love song dressed as a break up song. A smoky, slow jazz number.  Emotional, and perfect for a solo, stand alone song as part of a concert or cabaret. Originally performed at 54 Below by Waitress's Drew Gehling, then on the cast album by Nicholas Christopher.  Key...