A Day, A Night, and A Day • Original Cast Album CD

A Book of Mormon Musical

Book and Lyrics by Doug Stewart

Music by William Marsden

The Birth of Christ was announced in the New World to the Nephites and Lamanites; a society where it was not popular, profitable or safe to be a Believer, The Children of Christ awaited the signs promised by Samuel, The Lamanite. The leaders have waited five long years to execute and rid themselves of the Believers who await the predicted sign surrounding the birth of Jesus Christ, a time when they anticipate “a day, a night and a day” of daylight, with no darkness. Soon, there will be no excuse not to execute the Believers.


  • 60 minutes
  • 21 tracks
  • UPC: 889290197955
  • Zion Theatricals
  • List Price: $14.95

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  1. Samuel’s Prophecy / Let This Be The Night (5:22)
  2. Let This Be The Night (continued) (2:00)
  3. We’re Having Liver (2:22)
  4. Where Is the Sign? (2:58)
  5. What Happened? (2:21)
  6. If I Could See An Angel (1:51)
  7. Only Words (2:53)
  8. Innocent & Pure (1:52)
  9. The Power of His Word / A Mother’s Vow (3:20)
  10. Anthem of Faith (3:13)
  11. I Am That Man (2:35)
  12. A Mother’s Vow (reprise) (1:57)
  13. Hang On Be Strong (2:08)
  14. Through His Love (3:30)
  15. Don’t Say (2:52)
  16. Come Into My Web (2:18)
  17. Lovely Esther (3:55)
  18. Isabel’s Dream (2:43)
  19. Emron’s Bacchanal / Nephi’s Prayer Intro (2:39)
  20. Nephi’s Prayer (4:31)
  21. Finale (2:43)


(Selected songs. Please, purchase the Cast CD to hear all the songs)



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