Monarchy Quotes


[King George]
You say our love is draining
And you can’t go on
You’ll be the one complaining when I am gone...
And no, don’t change the subject
Cuz you’re my favorite subject
My sweet, submissive subject
My loyal, royal subject
Forever and ever and ever and ever and ever…

You’ll be back
Like before
I will fight the fight and win the war
For your love
For your praise
And I’ll love you till my dying days
When you’re gone
I’ll go mad
So don’t throw away this thing we had
Cuz when push comes to shove
I will kill your friends and family
To remind you of my love.


He’d have you all unravel at the
Sound of screams but the
Revolution is comin’
The have-nots are gonna win this
It’s hard to listen to you with a straight face

Chaos and bloodshed already haunt us,
Honestly you shouldn’t even talk.
And what about Boston?
Look at the cost,
N’ all that we’ve lost
N’ you talk about Congress?!
My dog speaks more eloquently than thee!
But strangely, your mange is the same
Is he in Jersey?
For the revolution!

Heed not the rabble
Who scream revolution,
They have not your interests at heart
Chaos and bloodshed are not a solution
Don’t let them lead you astray
This Congress does not speak for me
They’re playing a dangerous game
I pray the king shows you his mercy
For shame for shame

[Company] For the revolution!

[Seabury] Heed —

[Hamilton] If you repeat yourself again I’m gonna —

[Seabury] Scream

[Hamilton] Honestly, look at me, please don’t read!

[Seabury] Not your interests

[Hamilton] Don’t modulate the key then not debate with me!
Why should a tiny island across the sea regulate the price of tea?

[Burr] Alexander, please!

[Hamilton] Burr, I’d rather be divisive than indecisive,
Drop the niceties

[Company] Silence! A message from the King!
A message from the King!

[All] A message from the King!


Monarch — a person engaged in reigning. Formerly the monarch ruled, as the derivation of the word attests, and as many subjects have had occasion to learn. In Russia and the Orient the monarch has still a considerable influence in public affairs and in the disposition of the human head, but in western Europe political administration is mostly entrusted to his ministers, he being somewhat preoccupied with reflections relating to the status of his own head.


Absolute — independent, irresponsible. An absolute monarchy is one in which the sovereign does as he pleases so long as he pleases the assassins. Not many absolute monarchies are left, most of them having been replaced by limited monarchies, where the sovereign's power for evil (and for good) is greatly curtailed, and by republics, which are governed by chance.