A Series of Unfortunate Events: The Musical – “Everything’s Alright”

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As the Baudelaires plan to infiltrate Madame Lulu’s tent, the other freaks wonder why they’re so obsessed with going there. It’s not like they have anything better to do. But the kids try to convince the other freaks there are better opportunities out there for them. After all, there’s as much for a two-headed person as there is for an ambidextrous guy like Kevin. Though to be fair, being ambidextrous isn’t exactly freakish and there are plenty of people who could write with two hands leading normal lives. Hell, we even had an ambidextrous president though he was shot. But not for that. Anyway, the freaks make hot chocolate where Sunny’s addition of cinnamon has improved its taste.

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For this, I chose “Everything’s Alright” from Jesus Christ Superstar. The original version has Mary Magdalene soothe Jesus after a long day of arguing with his disciples. Though Judas and Jesus argue at a couple points. In this version, I have the freaks convince the Baudelaires to forget about their worries and lay off their fixation with Madame Lulu’s tent. Though I also have Violet and Klaus convince the freaks they there are better options than performing in a freak show. By the way, I also used this one for the Hunger Games musical as well.

 

“Everything’s Alright” (ASOUE Version)

Hugo:
Try not to get worried, try not to turn on to
Problems that upset you, oh.
Don’t you know
Everything’s alright, yes, everything’s fine.
And we want you to sleep well tonight.
Let the world turn without you tonight.
If we try, we’ll get by, so forget all about it tonight

Freaks:
Everything’s alright, yes, everything’s alright, yes.

Kevin:
Sleep and we shall soothe you, calm you, and entreat you
There’s nothing else for us, oh
So please feel
Everything’s alright, yes, everything’s fine.
There’s not a lot of great opportunities
For co-joins and ambidexts like me.
Close your eyes, close your eyes
And relax, think of nothing tonight.

Freaks:
Everything’s alright, yes, everything’s alright, yes.

Violet:
Freaks, in your old wagon, all numb and complacent
All of you can do so much more.
Why do you remain here? How can you stand it?
Humiliated and so abhorred
Depart from this side show, there’s a world out there
There’s so much more than what’s right here!

Colette:
Try not to get worried, try not to turn on to
Problems that upset you, oh.
Don’t you know
Everything’s alright, yes, everything’s fine.
And we want you to sleep well tonight.
Forget about Lulu’s tent for now tonight.
If we try, we’ll get by, so forget all about that tonight.

Freaks:
Everything’s alright, yes, everything’s alright, yes.

Klaus:
Surely, you’re saying we all obsessed with
Madam Lulu’s fortune tent
Hooked man said something about the Baudelaire parents
Bert or Bea may not be dead yet
Madame Lulu may know who
She might even tell us, too
Got to know, got to find were they are, or we’re screwed.

Hugo:
Sleep and we shall soothe you, calm you and entreat you.
Here’s some hot chocolate, oh
Then you’ll feel
Everything’s alright, yes, everything’s fine.
Chabo’s added cinnamon and the coco’s sweet
For the fire in your head and feet.
Close your eyes, close your eyes, and relax
Think of nothing tonight.

Freaks:
Close your eyes, close your eyes, and relax
Think of nothing
Everything’s alright, yes, everything’s alright, yes.

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