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You'll Be Back

The Rev. Lonnie Lacy, rector of St. Anne’s Episcopal Church in Tifton, Georgia posted a parody of "You'll Be Back" a hit song from the musical Hamilton, and it has received quite a bit of attention. Have you seen it yet? We've posted the video below. Let us know what you think in the comments!


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St. Anne’s had their annual talent show virtually this year and this was the rector’s act. The music is from the song “You’ll be back” sung by King George in the play Hamilton. He is telling the colonists that they will be sorry they left him and will be back. The da da da part is part of the original Hamilton song. The star and man holding a cross is a take off of the Hamilton logo. The kitschy attitude of the rector reflects King George’s great performance in the play. You can see the original Hamilton song by searching for it on YouTube. I shared this with the FB page for those interested in the General Convention and they…

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