One Way or the Other  by Tim Seston

Intro C G C G C G D G

Zack

C G C G          Would you rather hang your saddle on a zebra or a horse?
C G DD7 Travel down a path of gravel or a paved, predictable course?
C G C G  You’re right here at the crossroads and it’s your time to choose.
C G D G  Play the game. Answer the question. Will you win or will you lose?

C G         Yes or no, black or white,
D G          Up or down, left or right
C Em            In the heat of the day or the chill of the night
D G           The answers in plain view and it’s out of sight

C G C G         Would you take a bite of the apple, the one that tempted Eve
C G DD7 Do you grapple in the chapel with your faith or do you believe?
C G C G         I don’t know which is better, to give or to receive
C G D G        But stay and play. Answer the question or it’s time to take your leave.

Cast
C G         Yes or no, black or white,
D G          Up or down, left or right
C Em            In the heat of the day or the chill of the night
D G           The answers in plain view and it’s out of sight

Zack        
C G D G  One way or the other, sister or brother
C G D G  Father or mother, one way or the other

Earth        C G D G  Win or lose, it’s time to choose - One way or the other
Wind        C G D G  Be slow or quick, take your pick – One way or the other
Fire        C G D G  Right or wrong, come along – One way or the other
Cast        D G D G  One way or the other, one way or the other

Cast        
C G          Yes or no, black or white,
D G          Up or down, left or right
C Em            In the heat of the day or the chill of the night
D G           The answers in plain view and it’s out of sight

C G D G  One way or the other, sister or brother
C G D G  Father or mother, one way or the other
One Way or the Other
Time To Choose

The 2019 Pok-O-MacCready musical was an
exploration of the choices we are often asked to
make.  But do we always have to pick a side?
As the story develops we start to see differences
in our own choices and those of the groups in
which he have chosen to align ourselves.

In the opening scene we meet Zach, the new
camp director, and are confused by the questions
he is asking.  Why is he planning on placing the
campers into separate and distinct groups?  
One Way or the Other
Drawing by Ali Veitch