Hamilton - The Adams Administration Lyrics

Broadway musical (2015)
Hamilton the Musical - The Adams Administration Lyrics

"The Adams Administration" is a song from the Broadway musical Hamilton performed by Leslie Odom Jr. (Burr), Lin-Manuel Miranda (Hamilton), Daveed Diggs (Jefferson), Okieriete Onaodowan (Madison).

How does Hamilton,
The short-tempered, protean creator
Of the coast guard,
Founder of the New York Post
Ardently abuse his cabinet post
Destroy his reputation?
Welcome folks, to the Adam’s Admistration.
Jefferson’s the runner-up
Which makes him the vice-president,

Washington can’t help you now,
No more Mr. nice President

Adams fires Hamilton,
Privately calls him creole bastard in his taunts
(JEFFERSON: Say what?)
Hamilton publishes his response.

Sit down John,
You fat mother-fucker.

Hamilton’s out of control,

This is great:
He’s out of power,
He holds no office
And he just destroyed president John Adams
The only other significant member of his party

Hamilton is a host unto himself,
As long as he can hold a pen,
He’s a threat.
Let’s let him know what we know.

[Thanks to Amy for lyrics]
[Thanks to Margaret Bonesteel for corrections]

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The Adams Administration lyrics from Hamilton musical

Hamilton the Musical Lyrics

Alexander Hamilton
Aaron Burr, Sir
My Shot
The Story Of Tonight
The Schuyler Sisters
Farmer Refuted
You'll Be Back
Right Hand Man
A Winter's Ball
The Story of Tonight (Reprise)
Wait For It
Stay Alive
Ten Duel Commandments
Meet Me Inside
That Would Be Enough
Guns and Ships
History Has Its Eyes On You
Yorktown (The World Turned Upside Down)
What Comes Next
Dear Theodosia
What'd I Miss
Cabinet Battle #1
Take A Break
Say No To This
The Room Where It Happens
Schuyler Defeated
Cabinet Battle #2
Washington On Your Side
One Last Time
I Know Him
The Adams Administration
We Know
The Reynolds Pamphlet
Blow Us All Away
Stay Alive (Reprise)
It's Quiet Uptown
Election of 1800
Your Obedient Servant
Best of Wives and Best of Women
The World Was Wide Enough
Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story
Tomorrow There Will Be More of Us