Todd: Signore Pirelli, I am Mr.Sweeney Todd and I have serviced no kings, Yet I'll wadger I can shave a cheek and pull and tooth with ten times more dexterity than any street mounterbank! You see these Razors? I lay them against five ounds you are no match for me. Pirelli: You hear this foolish man? Watch and see how he will regret his folly. Todd: will Beadle Bamford be the judge? Beadle: Gladly, as always, to oblige my friends and neighbors. Pirelli: REady? Todd: Ready. Pirelli: To shave-a da face, to pull-a da toot, Require da grace and not-a da brute For if you slip and nick-a da skin, you clip-a da chin You rip-a da lip a bit And dats-a da trut! To shave-a da face or even a part Widout it-a smart require da heart it takes-a da art I show you a chrt I study-a starting in my yout! To cut-a da hair To trim-a da beard To make-a da bristle Clean as a whistle dis is from early infancy Da talent give to me By God-------- It take-a da skill It take-a da brians It take-a da will It take-a da Pains It take-a da pace It take-a da grace------ Beadle: The winner is Todd Pirelli: Sir, I bow to a skill far defter than my own Beadle: Mr.Todd. Strange, sir, but it seems your face is know to me Mrs.Lovett: Him? thats a laugh, him being me uncles cousin and arrived from Birmingham only yesterday. Todd: And yet already I have heard Beadle Bramford spoken of with great respect Beadle: Well, sir, I try my best for my neighbors. In fleet street? Above your Pie shop, ma'am? Mrs.Lovett: That's it, sir Beadle: THen Mr. Todd, you shall surely see me there before the week is out. Todd: You will be welcome, Beadle Bramford, and I guarantee to give you, without a pennys charge, the closest shave you will evet know.