The Unauthorized Occupation of Patty Hearst






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Outside the Hearst home the media speculates, public opinion turns sour and the mystery deepens

The Question Remains (Reprise)

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Mr. Hearst helplessly revisits a dream where a 4-yr-old Patty is taken away by an apocalyptic storm

Come Back

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Mrs. Hearst blames the whole situation on her herself

A Mother's Nature

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My Favorite Red Bedspread

In a fantasy flashback, 8-year-old Patty reinterprets her childhood to rationalize her present path

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Patty rescues two shoplifting comrades with zombie-like programmed reflexes and a spray of gunfire

There Are Many Ways To Be A Good Girl

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When Patty and the SLA carjack a teenager, he’s delighted to be joyriding with his famous captors

Revolutionaries Man 

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The world watches on live TV as the SLA are burned alive – Patty realizes the FBI wants her dead

No Going Back Now

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As If I Never Was At All

After his death, Cinque exposes his humanity as he concedes the regrets of his unfulfilled dreams

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The Road

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Patty and the surviving SLA members travel onward in a brief interstitial vignette


Mr. and Mrs. Hearst endure a year-long stretch of aching uncertainty as Patty drops off the radar

The Year of Missing You

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Monday Morning Through My Eyes

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During a bank-robbery, a murder victim rebukes romanticizing outlaws and glamorizing violence             



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The FBI arrest Patty, igniting a media frenzy and giving her parents new hope


Shrink Intake

Five  psychiatrists send Patty on a journey of self-reflection – she narrates two intertwined trains of thought

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Bailey’s vainglorious rehearsal for the trial reveals his corrupt agenda that outrageously parallels the SLA's

Places Everyone

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In the courtroom, Patty's bank robbery defense of “mind control” is mocked by the team of Federal prosecutors…

Trial and Errors

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But Then They Made Me

…and rejected by the jury – who echo Patty’s feelings of being unfairly coerced 

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While escorted to prison, Patty laments that now she has no identity at all – except the false ones put on her

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Imaginary Girl 


Patty refuses to betray her own innocence with a confession of guilt to reduce her sentence

The Silence of My Innocence

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A prelude to an instrumental “11-o’clock number” contemplates the uncertainty of last-minute cliffhangers

The Eleventh Hour

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The Hero of Our Own Life Story

Released from prison by President Carter’s order, Patty has a life-changing realization of why

the jury condemned her – a compassionate awakening to the flaws and frailties of human nature



CALL ME TANIA: The Unauthorized Occupation of Patty Hearst - book, lyrics & music © 2018 Leonard Dolivio Cetrangolo