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"Tomorrow They'll Be More Of Us (Off-Broadway)" is the 23rd song from the Off-Broadway production of Hamilton.


I may not live to see our glory.

(spoken throughout)
Alexander, there's a letter for you from South Carolina.

But I will gladly join the fight...

(spoken throughout)
It's from John Laurens. I'll read it later

No, it's not.

And when our children tell our story...

Will you read it?

They'll tell the story of tonight.

"On Tuesday, the twenty-seventh, Lieutenant Colonel John Laurens was killed in a gunfight against British troops in South Carolina. These troops had not yet received word from Yorktown that the war was over. He's buried here until his family can send for his remains. As you may know, Lieutenant Colonel Laurens was engaged in recruiting three thousand men for the first all-black military regiment. The surviving members of this regiment have been returned to their masters."

Tomorrow there'll be more of us...

Alexander. Are you alright?

I have much work to do.


  • The main difference between this and the Broadway version is that the letter Eliza reads is different.
Songs in Hamilton (Off-Broadway Production)
Act One
Alexander Hamilton
Aaron Burr, Sir
My Shot
The Story of Tonight
The Schuyler Sisters
Farmer Refuted
You'll Be Back
Right Hand Man
Ladies Transition
The Story of Tonight (Reprise)
Wait For It
Stay Alive
Ten Duel Commandments
Meet Me Inside
That Would Be Enough
Lafayette Interlude (Guns and Ships)
History Has Its Eyes On You
Yorktown (The World Turned Upside Down)
What Comes Next?
Dear Theodosia
Tomorrow There'll Be More of Us
Act Two
What'd I Miss?
Cabinet Battle #1
Take a Break
Say No to This
The Room Where It Happens
Schuyler Defeated
Cabinet Battle Two
Washington On Your Side
One Last Ride (One Last Time)
I Know Him
The Adams Administration
We Know
Blow Us All Away
Stay Alive Philip
It's Quiet Uptown
The Election of 1800
Your Obedient Servant
Best of Wives, Best of Women
The World Was Wide Enough
Who Lives, Who Dies, Who Tells Your Story