[Rachel:]
I'm just a Broadway Baby
Walking off my tired feet
Pounding Forty Second Street
To be in a show, oh

[Blaine:]
Broadway Baby
Learnin' how to sing and dance
Waiting for that one big chance
To be in a show, oh

[Blaine and Rachel:]
Gee, I'd like to be on some marquee
All twinkling lights
A spark to pierce the dark
From Batt'ry Park to Washington Heights

[Rachel:]
Some day maybe

[Blaine:]
All my dreams will be repaid

[Rachel:]
Heck, I'd even play the maid

[Blaine and Rachel:]
To be in a show

[Rachel:]
Hey, Mister producer
I'm talkin' to you, sir
I don't need a lot
Only what I got
Plus a tube of greasepaint and a follow spot

[Blaine:]
I'm a Broadway Baby

[Rachel:]
Broadway Baby
Slaving at the five and ten ([Blaine:] Oooo, Yeah)

[Blaine (Rachel):]
(Dreaming of the great day when)
I'll be in a show ([Rachel:] Oh, Oh, Oh)
Hey, hey

[Rachel:]
Oh, Broadway Baby ([Blaine:] Broadway Baby)

[Blaine and Rachel:]
Making rounds all afternoon
Eating at a greasy spoon
To save on my dough

At my tiny flat there's just my cat
A bed and a chair
Still I'll stick it till
I'm on a bill

[Blaine:]
All over Times Square

[Rachel:]
All some day maybe

[Blaine and Rachel:]
If I stick it long enough
I may get to strut my stuff

[Rachel:]
Working for a nice man

[Blaine:]
Like a Ziegfeld or a Weissman

[Rachel:]
In a

[Blaine and Rachel:]
Great big Broadway show


Lyrics submitted by Abbie96

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