that day, Molly and Pete sit in the Park. Pete asks
Molly why she seems so down. "Anxious, I guess,"
Pete asks. "Well, it's like Sheila says: Open your
heart to all your feelings. Especially your fear. Look
it smack in the face and do something about it."
like you running away to Sandbag, Idaho?" Molly
well we all got things to work out," Pete sighs.
want to believe I can do something," Molly says,
"But everything seems so backwards. Things don't
mean the same things anymore. When we were kids, security
means Mmma's arms. Now it means nuclear arms."
Pete agrees. "You ask for security, you get bombs.
You ask for peace and you get a "cold" war."
grabs Pete's arm, "Oh Pete, I wish I could feel
really alive again, like when we were little. I feel
like I'm just existing!"
that's the point," Pete muses, "Just to survive."
there has to be more than that, Pete."
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13: "Something's Gotta Mean Something"
||Studio version (composer singing with Janet Greeley)
lyric sheet yet]
(Note: this audio version of the song is a slightly different version than what happened at this point of the show - but it's what we have right now)
SKETCH: Molly & Pete talk ernestly
on the bench]
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