The Outsiders - Tulsa '67 (Reprise) Lyrics

2024 Broadway
The Outsiders the Musical - Tulsa '67 (Reprise) Lyrics


The song is written by Jonathan Clay, Zach Chance and Justin Levine.

I've never been out of Tulsa before
I wonder what it would be like.
I've never known anybody to leave.
Most people get stuck here for life.

And now I'm thinking
About the Dallys of the world,
Always on the outside lookin' in.
Bruises on their eyes,
Wearin' grease for their disguise
Trying to look tough so
They're not beaten down again.

And everybody loves to judge them
But nobody lends a hand.
They see grease and dirty clothes,
They never try to understand
That we all come from
Different places,
We all start from different lines.
And when they hear our story
Maybe we can change their minds.

We are greasers!
We are greasers!
This is Tulsa 1967
And it's time this
Greaser story's told

For the hopeless boy
With the reckless grin for the down
And outs who can never win
On the outside lookin' in,
Looking down johnny cade'll
Smile again,
He was just too damn
Good for growing old
And in your mem'ry I'll stay gold.

Stay gold.
Stay gold.
Stay gold.
Tulsa 1967
Stay gold.
Just one thing you need to know.
Stay gold.
Tulsa 1967
Stay gold.
Just one thing you need to know.
Stay gold.



Review: The Outsiders the Musical Lyrics


The Outsiders the Musical Lyrics

SYNOPSIS
Tulsa '67
Grease Got a Hold
Great Expectations
Throwing in the Towel
Soda's Letter
Little Brother
Stay Gold