Special Sub-Topic: Finish the Lyric: "Les Mis" Style
|"Ah, yes the virtuous Fantine, who keeps herself so pure and..."|
clean. Sung by the Foreman in "At the End of the Day".
Continued: "You'd be the cause I had no doubt, of any trouble here about."
|"Men like me don't forget, you're the bastard who...."|
borrowed Cosette. Sung by Thenardier in "The Robbery".
Continued: "What is this? Are you mad? No, monsieur you don't know what you do!"
|"He's got the gang, the bleedin'..."|
lay about. Gavroche sings this in "Look Down".
Continued: "Even his daughter does her share."
|"Her life was cold and dark, yet she was..."|
unafraid. Sung by Marius in "Javert at the Barricade".
Continued: "We fight here in her name, she will not die in vain."
|"Do we fight for the right to a night at the _____ now?"|
opera. Enjolras sings this in "The ABC Cafe".
Continued: "Have you asked of yourselves the price you might pay?"
|"Let others rise to take our place until the earth is..."|
free. Sung by Enjolras in "The Final Battle."
There is no continuation of this song, the lyric marks the last before the death of the students.
|"It's a story of those who always..."|
loved you. Sung by Valjean in "The Epilogue".
Continued: "Your mother gave her life for you then gave you to my keeping."
|"You'll be in trouble here, it's not your concern, you'll be in the..."|
clear. Eponine sings this in "The Robbery".
Continued: "Who is that man?"
|"There's a child who sorely needs me, please Monsieur she's but that..."|
high. Fantine sings this in "Fantine's Arrest".
Continued: "Holy God is there no mercy if I go to jail she'll die."
|"Three men in shadow moving..."|
fast. Cosette sings this in "The Attack on Rue Plumet".
Continued: "This is a warning to us all, these are the shadows of the past."
|"Hobnobbing here among the..."|
elite. Sung by Thenardier in "Beggars at the Feast".
Continued: "Paris at my feet, Paris in the dust, and here's me breaking bread with the upper crust."
|"For the wretched of the earth, there is a flame that never..."|
dies. From the "Epilogue".
Continued: "Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise."
|"Would you weep, Cosette, should Marius _____?"|
fall. Sung by Marius in "Drink With Me".
Continued: "Would you weep, Cosette, for me."
|"And tell Cosette I love her and I'll see her when I..."|
wake. Sung by Fantine in "Fantine's Death".
Continued: "Valjean at last we see each other plain."
|"What have I done, sweet Jesus, what have I..."|
done. Sung by Valjean in the "Prologue".
Continued: "Become a thief in the night, become a dog on the run."
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