Sorry, but it's really frustrating. You see, one of the musicals I've gotten to know and love is "The Little Tramp," written by David Pomeranz; the album features such voices as the late Richard Harris, Treat Williams, Lea Salonga, Mel Brooks, and Tim Curry. I used to have a copy of it, but it got lost, so my friend A let me copy her album. A few years ago, that also got lost.
I tried searching for it ove r the Net, but to no avail. Apparently, the Internet has its limits, and, in my futile search, I had discovered them. There was information about the musical, but no sale sites, and no one has had the determination to post the complete set of lyrics online. Maybe I should write David Pomeranz for a copy.
When my sister went to the States, I asked her to find a copy of "The Little Tramp." Just to be sure, I tried searching for it again.
And I found it. At footlight.com.
For 74 freaking dollars and 50 cents!
Apparently, the soundtrack is out of print (Why, oh why?), and it is listed as a rare album. Unfortunately, I'm not willing to shell out THAT much for a CD, no matter how dearly I want it. Maybe if I won the lottery in the future, I'll consider it, but for now, I guess I'll have to try asking around if anyone has a copy of it somehow.
I once transcribed some of the lyrics. I hope I can still find the paper on which I wrote them, and post them in the future.