Follies - Songs

Songs

Source: "Follies" Score

  • "Prologue" - Orchestra
  • "Overture" - Orchestra
  • "Beautiful Girls" – Roscoe and Company
  • "Don't Look at Me" – Sally and Ben
  • "Waiting for the Girls Upstairs" – Ben, Sally, Phyllis and Buddy, Young Ben, Young Sally, Young Phyllis and Young Buddy
  • "Montage" ("Rain on the Roof"/"Ah, Paris!"/"Broadway Baby") - Emily, Theodore, Solange, and Hattie
  • "The Road You Didn't Take" – Ben
  • "Bolero d'Amour" – Danced by Vincent and Vanessa ≠≠
  • "In Buddy's Eyes" – Sally
  • "Who's That Woman?" – Stella and Company
  • "I'm Still Here" – Carlotta
  • "Too Many Mornings" – Ben and Sally
  • "The Right Girl" – Buddy
  • "One More Kiss" – Heidi and Young Heidi
  • "Could I Leave You?" – Phyllis
  • "Loveland" – Company
  • "You're Gonna Love Tomorrow" / "Love Will See Us Through" – Young Ben, Young Sally, Young Phyllis and Young Buddy
  • "The God-Why-Don't-You-Love-Me Blues" – Buddy, "Margie", "Sally"
  • "Losing My Mind" – Sally
  • "The Story of Lucy and Jessie" ≠ – Phyllis and Company
  • "Live, Laugh, Love" – Ben and Company
  • "Chaos" - Ben and Company
  • "Finale" - Young Buddy and Young Ben

≠ Some productions substitute "Ah, But Underneath"

≠≠ Omitted from some productions

Note: this is the original song list from the original Broadway production in 1971. Variations are discussed in Versions

Songs cut prior to the Broadway premiere include: "All Things Bright and Beautiful" (used in the prologue), "Can That Boy Foxtrot!" and "Uptown Downtown". The musical numbers "Ah, But Underneath" (replacing "The Story of Lucy and Jessie"), "Country House", "Make the Most of Your Music" (replacing "Live, Laugh, Love"), "Social Dancing" and a new version of "Loveland" have been incorporated into various productions.

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