Lin-Manuel Miranda's Song 'You Ll Be Back'

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Lin-Manuel Miranda who wrote the American musical Hamilton, which displays many different characters and their actions. The one character who’s actions essentially was the cause of the tension between him and the U.S eventually leading to a revolutionary war, was no one other than the great King George III. In the first song “You’ll Be Back” the king sings about his love for the U.S and how they’ll come back to the crown, but he can’t see past his madness and realize his actions and unfair treatment was the cause to the revolutionary war. In the song “I Know Him” King George seems to be still stuck in his old ways and in a great mood believing the U.S will fall apart with its new president since Washington stepped down. In the song “What Comes Next” George III acknowledges that the U.S is now free from him, but he shows his madness by believing the U.S will fail without him. In act one of the musical Hamilton, King George III sings “You’ll Be Back” where he sings about his love for the U.S and how they’ll come back to the crown, but he can’t see past his madness and realize his actions and unfair treatment was the cause to the revolutionary war happening. George III says “You say the price of my love’s not a price that…show more content…
King George III says “They say the price of my war’s not a price that they’re willing to pay”, saying that the British parliament were no longer going to fund the war. King George III was “now fighting with France and with Spain” so he had no choice but to give up America. The king goes on the ask “What comes next? You’ve been freed. Do you know how hard it is to lead?”, telling them that it’s hard governing on your own and “When your people say they hate you don’t come crawling back to me.”, the king is just letting America know they can’t rejoin the empire when things go
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