Watch a live performance of a 'Hamilton' song that got cut from the show.

Watch a live performance of a 'Hamilton' song that got cut from the show.
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"Ham4Ham" has come to an end (for now, at least), and for the final hurrah, Renée Elise Goldsberry, who won the Tony for her performance as Angelica Schuyler, sang a song that Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote for the show and had to cut before Hamilton made it to Broadway.

And let me tell you, this song has EVERYTHING—sass, belting, Peter Dinklage's brother playing violin (for real) and Renée unapologetically wearing a denim mini skirt as if 2006 was not ten-years-ago.

In case you've never heard of "Ham4Ham": Hamilton is constantly sold out, so creator Lin Manuel Miranda put together a mini-concert series that takes places outside the theater twice a week before performances.

Cast members and celebrities, like Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Patti Lupone, and Jonathan Groff, ​ have all performed, and it wraps up with a lottery for ten dollar tickets to the show.

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Oh, and fun fact? Goldsberry is 45. Let that sink in.

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