William Finn Lyrics

Genre: Musical

William Finn Lyrics - by Popularity

1 You Gotta Die Sometime
2 Four Jews In A Room Bitching
3 Whizzer Going Down
4 The Games I Play
5 Another Miracle of Judaism
6 In Trousers (The Dream)
7 Marvin Hits Trina
8 Falsettoland
9 Jason's Bar Mitzvah
10 A Tight-Knit Family
11 I Never Wanted to Love You
12 About Time
13 Your Lips and Me
14 How the Body Falls Apart
15 Father to Son
16 Year of the Child
17 My High School Sweetheart
18 Love is Blind
19 Trina's Song / March of the Falsettos
20 Miracle of Judaism
21 Set Those Sails
22 The Thrill of First Love
23 You're Even Better Than You Think You Are
24 Watching Jason (Play Baseball)
25 My Chance to Survive the Night
26 Marvin at the Psychiatrist
27 My Father's a Homo
28 What More Can I Say?
29 A Day in Falsettoland
30 I Am Wearing a Hat
31 Everyone Tells Jason to See a Psychiatrist
32 Heart and Music
33 Racquetball
34 How Marvin Eats His Breakfast
35 This Had Better Come to a Stop
36 Don't Give In
37 The Fight
38 A Breakfast Over Sugar
39 Please Come to My House
40 Anytime
41 Everyone Hates His Parents
42 High School Ladies at Five O'Clock
43 Jason's Therapy
44 When the Earth Stopped Turning
45 Something Bad is Happening
46 The Rape of Miss Goldberg
47 A Marriage Proposal
48 What Would I Do?
49 More Racquetball
50 The Nausea Before the Game
51 Trina's Song
52 My Father's a Homo / Everyone Tells Jason to See a Psychiatrist / This Had Better Come to a Stop
53 Holding to the Ground
54 Love Me for What I Am
55 March of the Falsettos
56 Days Like This
57 How America Got Its Name
58 The Chess Game
59 Marvin's Giddy Seizures
60 Canceling the Bar Mitzvah
61 Marvin Takes a Victory Shower
62 Making a Home
63 Unlikely Lovers
64 Another Sleepless Night

William Finn Bio

William Alan Finn (b. February 28, 1952, Boston, Massachusetts) is an American composer and lyricist, especially of musicals.

William Finn grew up in Natick, Massachusetts with his parents and siblings, Michael and Nancy. He majored in music at Williams College in Williamstown, Massachusetts. He lives with his life partner in New York City and Pittsfield, MA, where he is an independent composer and writer. He is also "Adjunct Faculty Composer/Lyricist" at NYU.

Finn is a heavily autobiographical textwriter (he always writes his own lyrics); his topics have included the gay and Jewish experiences in contemporary America, and also family, belonging, sickness, healing, and loss. Finn is especially well noted for his work on what was to become a trilogy of short musical shows off Broadway. In Trousers, March of the Falsettos, and Falsettoland all chronicle the lives of the character Marvin, his ex-wife Trina, his boyfriend, Whizzer, his psychiatrist, Mendel, and his son, Jason.

Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_Finn