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Weekend Challenge - Musical Time

As we head out of "The Lusty Month of May" and into "June is Bustin' Out All Over", I devised a list of 66 prompts based on songs that have something related to time in their titles. These are all from musical theatre so each prompt will include the song title and the musical title. Use one or the other or both.

So, choose a number or several numbers between 1-66 and I'll give you the prompt based on your choice (note-any earworms you get as a result are solely your property). If you write 200 words or do some artwork based on the prompt between now and 11:59pm on June 3, I'll reward you with a drabble or words to my WIP.

Have fun and happy writing!
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