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17th May '16 3:41:28 PM MaturelyImmature
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* In Theatre/{{Heathers}}, we have "Yo Girl," being sung by the ghosts of Heather Chandler, Ram Sweeney, and Kurt Kelly. The song starts of slowly but ominously, as the three mock Veronica for her horrible actions, proclaiming that "Now [Veronica is] a true Heather." It then turns into a a warning when JD breaks into Veronica's room, as the tempo increases greatly.

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* In Theatre/{{Heathers}}, we have "Yo Girl," being sung by the ghosts of Heather Chandler, Ram Sweeney, and Kurt Kelly. The song starts of off slowly but ominously, as the three mock Veronica for her horrible actions, proclaiming that "Now [Veronica is] a true Heather." It then turns into a a warning when JD breaks into Veronica's room, as the tempo increases greatly.
17th May '16 3:41:01 PM MaturelyImmature
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* In Theatre/{{Heathers}}, we have "Yo Girl," being sung by the ghosts of Heather Chandler, Ram Sweeney, and Kurt Kelly. The song starts of slowly but ominously, as the three mock Veronica for her horrible actions, proclaiming that "Now [Veronica is] a true Heather." It then turns into a a warning as JD breaks into Veronica's room, as the tempo increases greatly.

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* In Theatre/{{Heathers}}, we have "Yo Girl," being sung by the ghosts of Heather Chandler, Ram Sweeney, and Kurt Kelly. The song starts of slowly but ominously, as the three mock Veronica for her horrible actions, proclaiming that "Now [Veronica is] a true Heather." It then turns into a a warning as when JD breaks into Veronica's room, as the tempo increases greatly.
17th May '16 3:40:06 PM MaturelyImmature
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* In Theatre/{{Heathers}}, we have "Yo Girl," being sung by the ghosts of Heather Chandler, Ram Sweeney, and Kurt Kelly. The song starts of slowly but ominously, as the three mock Veronica for her horrible actions, proclaiming that "Now [Veronica is] a true Heather." It then turns into a a warning as JD breaks into Veronica's room, as the tempo increases greatly.
--> ''Guess who's right down the block?''
--> ''Guess who's climbing the stairs?''
--> ''Guess who's picking your lock?''
--> ''Time's up! Go say your prayers!''
4th Jan '16 2:57:07 PM nombretomado
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* ''SpringAwakening'' ("Those You've Known," [[spoiler: in which post-suicide Moritz and recently-deceased Wendla convince Melchior to move on after Melchior discovers Wendla has died from an abortion of their child.]])

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* ''SpringAwakening'' ''Theatre/SpringAwakening'' ("Those You've Known," [[spoiler: in which post-suicide Moritz and recently-deceased Wendla convince Melchior to move on after Melchior discovers Wendla has died from an abortion of their child.]])



* ''{{Urinetown}}'' (Arguably a flashback, but nevertheless, "Tell Her I Love Her" is a duet between Little Sally and [[spoiler: the dead hero Bobby, who has been [[ReleasedToElsewhere "sent to Urinetown"]], as she tells them his last words. Whether his joining in is part of a flashback or a ghost echoing Sally's words differs by production.]])

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* ''{{Urinetown}}'' ''Theatre/{{Urinetown}}'' (Arguably a flashback, but nevertheless, "Tell Her I Love Her" is a duet between Little Sally and [[spoiler: the dead hero Bobby, who has been [[ReleasedToElsewhere "sent to Urinetown"]], as she tells them his last words. Whether his joining in is part of a flashback or a ghost echoing Sally's words differs by production.]])
7th Sep '15 6:49:02 PM nombretomado
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* {{Cats}} has [[OverlyLongName "Firefrorefiddle"]], a strange, specter-like entity, prancing about occasionally in the Gus the theatre cat song. It's not a literal ghost, but rather the memory of Gus's greatest role taking on a life of its own.
* Anything [[spoiler: Gabe]] sings in ''NextToNormal''. Especially the ironically-named "I'm Alive".

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* {{Cats}} ''Theatre/{{Cats}}'' has [[OverlyLongName "Firefrorefiddle"]], a strange, specter-like entity, prancing about occasionally in the Gus the theatre cat song. It's not a literal ghost, but rather the memory of Gus's greatest role taking on a life of its own.
* Anything [[spoiler: Gabe]] sings in ''NextToNormal''.''Theatre/NextToNormal''. Especially the ironically-named "I'm Alive".
5th Sep '15 7:34:36 PM Quag15
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Subtrope of DeadPersonConversation, which is not necessarily musical, but which is based in the same principle. Compare TheDeadCanDance. Not to be confused with VideoGame/GhostSongAJourneyOfHope

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Subtrope of DeadPersonConversation, which is not necessarily musical, but which is based in the same principle. Compare TheDeadCanDance. Not to be confused with VideoGame/GhostSongAJourneyOfHope''VideoGame/GhostSongAJourneyOfHope'' nor with the song of the same name by Music/TheDoors.
28th May '15 5:33:41 PM nombretomado
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* ''IntoTheWoods'' ("No More", when the Baker is visited by [[spoiler: his father, The Mysterious Man, who died at the end of Act One.]])

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* ''IntoTheWoods'' ''Theatre/IntoTheWoods'' ("No More", when the Baker is visited by [[spoiler: his father, The Mysterious Man, who died at the end of Act One.]])
10th May '15 2:15:23 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''PassingStrange'' (After The Narrator interrupts the idealistic Youth's "Passing Phase" with an abrupt [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism slide to the other end of the scale]], [[spoiler: his dead Mother returns to stop his depressingly cynical thought process with simple encouragement. "It's all right."]])

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* ''PassingStrange'' ''Theatre/PassingStrange'' (After The Narrator interrupts the idealistic Youth's "Passing Phase" with an abrupt [[SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism slide to the other end of the scale]], [[spoiler: his dead Mother returns to stop his depressingly cynical thought process with simple encouragement. "It's all right."]])
8th Apr '15 10:15:00 AM Morgenthaler
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* In Woody Allen's film {{Everyone Says I Love You}}, the ghost of the grandfather interrupts his own funeral to sing "Enjoy Yourself", accompanied by other ghosts who dance out of the funeral home.
* The song "Grim, Grinning Ghosts" from the Disney attraction 'The Haunted Mansion' probably counts.

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* In Woody Allen's film {{Everyone Says I Love You}}, ''Film/EveryoneSaysILoveYou'', the ghost of the grandfather interrupts his own funeral to sing "Enjoy Yourself", accompanied by other ghosts who dance out of the funeral home.
* The song "Grim, Grinning Ghosts" from the Disney attraction 'The Haunted Mansion' 'Ride/TheHauntedMansion' probably counts.
23rd Dec '14 3:29:11 AM EbrithilBowser
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* In VideoGame/Mother3, Lord Passion is a dead composer and conductor, who let's objects fly by his music. His theme, ''Family matters: Second movement'' is composed by himself.

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* In VideoGame/Mother3, ''VideoGame/{{Mother3}}'', Lord Passion is a dead composer and conductor, who let's objects fly by his music. His theme, ''Family matters: Second movement'' is composed by himself.
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