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|GUEST,Lyle||BS: Moments of Failed Stupidity (20)||RE: BS: Moments of Failed Stupidity||30 Jul 00|
Guess this would fit here. When Meredith Willson wrote "The Music Man" he included a love song called, "Till There Was You." The producer, after hollering and screaming for weeks, had it taken out of the show - but on opening night, Willson put it back in. So what happened? It overwhelmed the audience, and went on to become one of the great songs from a musical. See? Songwriters DO know something!!