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17th Apr '16 1:21:06 PM MasoTey
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*** and "Now (It's Just The Gas) from ''Theatre/LittleShopOfHorrors'' (although not by Sondheim...)
** "Please Hello" from ''Theatre/PacificOvertures''.
*** Not all of Please Hello is a Patter Song, just the British Ambassador's part. Sondhiem wrote each Ambassador's part (American, British, Dutch, Russian, and French) in a musical style that reflects their nationality. The British Ambassador's bit is an homage to Gilbert and Sullivan

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*** and "Now (It's Just ** The Gas) from ''Theatre/LittleShopOfHorrors'' (although not by Sondheim...)
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British Ambassador's part in "Please Hello" from ''Theatre/PacificOvertures''.
*** Not all of Please Hello is a Patter Song, just the British Ambassador's part.
''Theatre/PacificOvertures''. Sondhiem wrote each Ambassador's part (American, British, Dutch, Russian, and French) in a musical style that reflects their nationality. The British Ambassador's bit is an homage to Gilbert and Sullivan


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* "Now (It's Just The Gas)" from ''Theatre/LittleShopOfHorrors''.
24th Mar '16 6:20:46 AM kyberserafino
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* ''Guns and Ships'' of ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'' holds the distinction of being the fastest song in one of the fastest shows in Broadway history, courtesy of Lafayette. There's a section where 19 words are sung in about 3 seconds. And it's all done in an over-the-top French accent. Angelica's main song (''Satisfied'') also counts- Lin himself can't pull off her rap sections, and she's got less opportunities to sneak a breath in than Lafayette does.
17th Feb '16 9:39:03 PM Maestrojosh87
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** In the trio, "My Eyes Are Fully Open" from ''Theatre/{{Ruddigore}}'', [[note]] Later used in the movie version of ''The Pirates of Penzance'' [[/note]] which is the fastest of the G&S patter songs, Gilbert and Sullivan [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] their own notoriety for patter songs (and the difficulty in understanding them when sung). As the song says,

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** In the trio, "My Eyes Are Fully Open" from ''Theatre/{{Ruddigore}}'', [[note]] Later used in the movie revival version of ''The Pirates of Penzance'' Penzance'', and then as "The Speed Test" in ''Thoroughly Modern Millie'' [[/note]] which is the fastest of the G&S patter songs, Gilbert and Sullivan [[LampshadeHanging lampshaded]] their own notoriety for patter songs (and the difficulty in understanding them when sung). As the song says,
17th Feb '16 9:33:57 PM Maestrojosh87
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** Similarly, in its English rewrite, "Carousel."
9th Feb '16 10:36:00 AM Grudgeal
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* "Rosetta Stoned" by Music/{{Tool}}.
9th Feb '16 9:42:54 AM OddHack
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* ''WesternAnimation/Histeria'' summed up all 37 of WilliamShakespeare's plays this way in "That Is The Story That's Told By The Bard."

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* ''WesternAnimation/Histeria'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Histeria}}'' summed up all 37 of WilliamShakespeare's plays this way in "That Is The Story That's Told By The Bard."
29th Jan '16 10:22:23 PM Maestrojosh87
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* The character of [[IncrediblyLamePun Neo of Sporin]] had one in ''Series/Galavant'', called "Time Is Of The Essence."

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* The character of [[IncrediblyLamePun Neo of Sporin]] had one in ''Series/Galavant'', ''Series/{{Galavant}}'', called "Time Is Of The Essence."
Essence," in which they [[spoiler: try to revive Gal after he'd been stabbed by Sid's sword]].
29th Jan '16 10:21:33 PM Maestrojosh87
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* The character of Neo of Sporin had one in ''Galavant'', called "Time Is Of The Essence."

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* The character of [[IncrediblyLamePun Neo of Sporin Sporin]] had one in ''Galavant'', ''Series/Galavant'', called "Time Is Of The Essence."
29th Jan '16 10:21:12 PM Maestrojosh87
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* The character of Neo of Sporin had one in ''Galavant'', called "Time Is Of The Essence."
5th Jan '16 6:18:15 AM JewelSparkles
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* Against Me!'s "You Look Like I Need a Drink" is a punk example. It starts off as a mid-tempo song before delving into extremely fast patter for the remainder.
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