Raining Hamiltons Jeff Wright and Ben Warheit from Late Night with Seth Meyers compete in a music game where lyrics from the musical Hamilton are changed to be about things you might find depicted on American currency.
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Raining Hamiltons

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Raining Hamiltons

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Raining Hamiltons

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Writers Jeff Wright and Ben Warheit from Late Night with Seth Meyers compete in a music parody game where lyrics from the musical Hamilton are changed to be about things you might find depicted on OTHER American currency.

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Correction Feb. 22, 2021

In this episode, we incorrectly say that Aaron Burr refers to Alexander Hamilton as the $10 Founding Father in the musical Hamilton. In fact, the line in the musical is said by the actor who plays John Laurens and Philip Hamilton.