Lincoln and the Technicolor Dreamcoat-Part 16(In a French theme music, the Loud Girls, Clyde, and Greg are hungry and depressed about the lost of Joseph)(Those Canaan Days)Clyde: Do you remember the good years in Canaan? The summers were endlessly gold. The fields were a patchwork of clover. The winters were never too cold. We'd stroll down the boulevards together and averything round us was fine.Greg: Now the fields are dead and bare. No joie de vivre anywhere. Et maintenant we drink a bitter wine.LG and Clyde: Those Canaan days we used to know. Where have they gone, where did they go? Eh bien, raise your berets To those Canaan days.Clyde: Do you remember those wonderful parties? The splendour of Canaan's cuisine. Our extravagant, elegant soirees. The greatest the Bible has seen. It's funny but since we lost Joseph. We've gone to the other extreme.Greg: No-one comes to dinner now.Clyde: We only eat them anyhow. I even find I'm missing Joseph's dreams.LG and Clyde:
Lincoln and the Technicolor Dreamcoart-Part 15Maui: JOE!!!Everyone: OH!!!(Stone The Crows)Cali: Pharaoh said - Maui: Well stone the crows, This Joseph is a clever kid. Who'd have thought that fourteen cows could mean the things he said they did? Joseph, you must help me further; I have got a job for you. You shall lead us through this crisis. You shall be my number two.Lincoln: Thank you!Cali: Pharaoh told his guards to fetch a chisel from the local store. Whereupon he ordered them to cut the chains that Joseph wore. Joseph got a royal pardon and a host of splendid things. A chariot of gold, a cloak, a medal and some signet rings.Cali and Girls: (Dresses Lincoln Up) Joseph -Pharaoh's number two. Joseph - Egypt looks to you (x2)Lincoln: Cool.Cali: Seven summers on the trot were perfect just as Joseph said. Joseph saw that food was gathered ready for the years ahead. Seven years of famine followed Egypt didn't mind a bit. The first recorded rationing in history was a hit!
Lincoln and the Technicolor Dreamcoat-Part 14(Pharoh's Dream Explained)Lincoln: Seven years of bumper crops are on their way.Everyone: OOOOHHH!!!!Lincoln: Years of plenty, endless wheat and tons of hay. Your farms will boom, there won’t be room. To store the surplus food you grow. After that, the future doesn’t look so bright. Egypt’s luck will change completely overnight And famine’s hand will stalk the land With food an all-time low. Noble king, there is no doubt, what your dreams are all about! All these things you saw in your pajamas are a long-rang forecast for your farmers. And I’m sure it’s crossed your mind. What it is you have to find. Find a man to lead you through the famine. With a flair for economic planning. But who this man could be I just don’t know...All: Who this man could be I just don’t know. Who this man could be I just don’t know (reapting)To Be Continued.
Lincoln and the Techincolor Dreamcoat-Part 13(The Song of the King)Cali: Chained and bound, afraid, alone! Joseph stood before the throne!Lincoln: My service to Pharaoh has begun Tell me your problems, MIGHTY ONE!!!!Maui: (In a Egyptian Elvis suit and in a Elvis accent) Pharaoh is in the building!Lincoln: Whoa.Maui: Well I was wandering along by the banks of the river. When seven fat cows came up out of the Nile, uh-huhDancers: (chanting)Maui: And right behind these fine healthy animals came Seven other cows, skinny and vile, uh-huhDancers: (chanting)Maui: Well the think cows ate the fat cows which I. Thought would do them good, uh-huhDancers: (chanting)Maui: But it didn’t make them fatter like such A monster supper should.Dancers: (chanting)Maui: Well the thin cows were as thin As they had, ever, ever, ever been. Well this dream has got me baffled Hey, Joseph, won’t you tell me what it means?Cali: (shrugs)Maui: Well you know that kin
Lincoln and the Technicolor Dreamcoat-Part 12(Poor Poor Pharaoh)(At a palace, Cali and Kids sees dancers, a coming from the Sphinx came Maui as the Pharaoh)Cali: Guess What? In his bed Pharaoh, Had an uneasy night. He had had a dream that pinned him To his sheets with fright. No-one knew the meaning of his dream What to do, whatever could it mean? Then his butler said...Ussop: I know this bloke in jail Who is hot on dreams, Could explain old Pharaoh’s tale.Cali: Pharaoh said...Maui: Well fetch this Joseph man I need him to help me if he can.Ussop: Yes, o Pharaoh.Cali: Poor, poor Pharaoh, What’s he gonna do. Dreams are haunting you, hey, What’cha gonna do.To be continued.