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19th May '16 4:56:41 PM Mdumas43073
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* The song "I've Been Everywhere" was originally written by Geoff Mack and popularized by Lucky Starr (both Australian) and featured a rapid-fire list of Australian cities the author had visited. It was later famously rewritten by Hank Snow to feature cities from the USA and recorded in that form by many, many other artists including Lynn Anderson, Asleep At The Wheel, and Johnny Cash.

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* The song "I've Been Everywhere" was originally written by Geoff Mack and popularized by Lucky Starr (both Australian) and featured a rapid-fire list of Australian cities the author had visited. It was later famously rewritten by Hank Snow to feature cities from the USA and recorded in that form by many, many other artists including Lynn Anderson, Asleep At The Wheel, and Johnny Cash.Music/JohnnyCash.
19th May '16 3:25:40 PM HiddenWindshield
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In a light and rapid melody--more technic'ly, a [[TitleDrop patter.\\

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In a light and rapid melody--more technic'ly, a [[TitleDrop patter.patter]].\\
19th May '16 3:25:20 PM HiddenWindshield
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In a light and rapid melody--more technic'ly, a [[PatterSong patter]].\\

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In a light and rapid melody--more technic'ly, a [[PatterSong patter]].[[TitleDrop patter.\\



You will ofttimes find the [[PatterSong Patter]] overlapping with the ListSong.\\

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You will ofttimes find the [[PatterSong Patter]] Patter overlapping with the ListSong.\\



* ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend'' had one klezmer PatterSong sung by the main character's mother called [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jOVk1ViQCw "Where's the Bathroom?"]]

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* ''Series/CrazyExGirlfriend'' had one klezmer PatterSong patter song sung by the main character's mother called [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4jOVk1ViQCw "Where's the Bathroom?"]]



* "A Wolf at the Door" by Music/{{Radiohead}} is unusually dark in tone for a PatterSong, but no less rapid-fire (though it has longer-than-usual spaces between the pattery verses). However, the choruses are slightly slower.

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* "A Wolf at the Door" by Music/{{Radiohead}} is unusually dark in tone for a PatterSong, patter song, but no less rapid-fire (though it has longer-than-usual spaces between the pattery verses). However, the choruses are slightly slower.
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]].
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