Rebecca: Its Eleven O'Clock Eleven O'Clock And the deadline is anytime today but I won't know by Eleven O'Clock tonight just like I didn't know at Eleven O'Clock yesterday
Oh good, an abstract theatrical space.
Now I can actually think.
Its Eleven O'Clock and by Eleven O'Clock shouldn't I have earned a fricken ever after?
I've done the workbooks taken the pills... What more could I do? How do I still not know myself after all that I've been through?
I was working hard at a New York job making dough but it made me blue. One day I was crying a lot and so I decided to move to West Covina, California brand new pals and new career I admitted that's where Josh lived and that's what brought me here...
'Cause I was just a girl in love Didn't want to be held responsible for my actions I had many underlying issues to address... and I didn't didn't wanna be crazy no wait, I did did wanna be crazy to clarify I got.... A diagnosis, a diagnosis and I named the darkness and though I knew I had problems again I know I got to move on to a new song but I want to keep discoing! I wanted to be a good person, yes it's true! Be a good person but better than who? This medley just got super intense but life doesn't really make narrative sense.
Its Eleven O'Clock Eleven O'Clock I need to end this song but I don't know how Eleven O'Clock Still Eleven O'Clock Well, Rebecca, you've done it now!
You ruined everything You stupid bitch! Uprooted everything, and said you made a switch! But you're still a poopy little slut who lives in a dream and doesn't know how to love.
This whole journey's been a crock In case you can't tell time it's still Eleven O'Clock!
The song is called “Eleven O’Clock” as a nod to the musical theater. In the theater, eleven o’clock is a term used for a musical act that happens late at the second act in a two-acts musical. It usually refers to a realization of the protagonist, and it’s called like that because the act usually happened at 11 o’clock, back when the show started at 8:30 P.M. The eleven o’clock’s song is usually not the last number of the musical, as happens in the episode as well (this song is followed by final number, “West Covina (Final Reprise)”.