BVHS performance of "Mama Says" from the musical Footloose. Check out Footloose: Mama Says (Arr. A. Hicken for Choir) by BYU Young Ambassadors on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on. SONG: Mama Says ARTIST: Tom Snow & Dean Pitchford From the musical, Footloose D# G#/D# D# Everything I ever learned G# C#/G# G# That gets me.


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Shaw expresses his concern over Ariel's relationship with Chuck Cranston, but when Vi attempts to assure him their fling will soon cool down, he silences her and mama says footloose off to finish writing his sermon.

Ethel, fed up with the groundless suspicion that Ren is forced to suffer as the "new kid", commiserates alongside Vi.

They are joined by Ariel, and lament how no one ever listens to them, everyone being so set in their own ways that they are seldom allowed to get a word in edgewise "Learning to be Silent". After school that day, several of the students go to the Burger Mama says footloose, a burger restaurant.


Ariel, Rusty and their friends are doing homework at a table while Willard talks to Ren, who is dressed up in a waiter's uniform and roller skates, as he has just been hired to work at the restaurant.

When Ren takes Ariel's order, she flirts with him. Ren then proceeds to question Willard about his relationship with Rusty, to which Willard proclaims that he thinks she is very good-looking, but mama says footloose confused by her non-stop talking. Ariel is talking with her friends about how she wants to find a decent guy "Holding Out for a Hero".

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Chuck shows up in a fury and starts to yell at Ariel. Ren and Willard come to her defense, but mama says footloose is Betty Blast, the owner of the restaurant, who breaks up the fight.

After Ren gets off work, Ariel takes him to her secret place beneath the train tracks where she discusses her hatred of Bomont.

Unbeknownst to them, Chuck witnesses the pair together. Afterwards, Ren walks her home, catching Moore and Vi by surprise, as they had believed that Ariel was at home in her room all the while.

On top of Shaw's displeasure at his daughter's disobedience, a nervous Ren unintentionally insults him in an attempt to ease his worries, making the situation more mama says footloose and causing all of Shaw's friends who were over playing a game of bridge to dash off.

An irritated Shaw then sternly orders Ariel to cease her visits with him, but Ariel retaliates, claiming that he is doing no more than make her feel like a prisoner. After a fed up daughter and wife storm off in a rage, Mama says footloose begins to feel a pang of guilt, pondering whether or not he is being fair with his daughter while considering the problematic task of being both a preacher and a father "Heaven Help Me".

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At school the next day, Ren shows mama says footloose late to gym class with Ariel and Willard and explains to the teacher that he was jumped by Chuck, but the teacher won't listen. Ren laments that the citizens of Bomont are so "wound up", muttering that at least in Chicago, he had the clubs to turn to in times of stress.

After a quip by Willard suggesting that they "should take the coach dancing", Ren realizes that throwing a dance would be the perfect way to alleviate the teenagers' pressures, while at the same time making a statement to Moore and mama says footloose town council.

Willard tells Ren that he is insane, but Ren won't listen and reveals his plan to all of the students, eventually winning them over.

Act 2[ edit ] Ren, Ariel, Willard and Rusty are in a town neighboring Bomont, where there is a big dance hall, complete with a country band "Still Rockin'". Rusty repeatedly attempts to dance with Willard, but he weasels his way out, dragging Mama says footloose off to the bar to get drinks.

There, he explains to Ren that he doesn't know how to dance. Rusty overhears them, as do several cowboys, who begin to mock Willard.

Rusty comes to his defense, saying that he might not be perfect, but she loves him anyway "Let's Hear it for the Boy". During Rusty's song, Ren tries to teach Willard to dance, who after much initial stumbling and apprehension whips mama says footloose an amazing dance mama says footloose, much to Rusty's surprise.

Chuck Cranston then shows up at the Moores' home. When he tells them that Ariel is not where they think she is, Vi and Shaw becomes very worried.

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Chuck leaves, and shortly after Ariel mama says footloose shows up pretending she was at her friend's house studying, but her parents reveal that they know she wasn't there. After an argument between Shaw and Ariel, Vi intervenes.


Vi then tries to console him while telling him that his reprimanding is not all that logical "Can You Find it in Your Heart? Meanwhile, Ren, Willard and their mama says footloose are trying to find a way to present their idea to the town council.

Don't drink hot coffee lying down in bed Don't even give it a thought! Never eat anything that's bigger than your head She a wiz or what?

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