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Tell me about Florence
And the renaissance
Tell me about Bramante
And the Hell of Dante
ln Florence they say
The world is round
And there may be other lands
ln this world
Ships are sailing the oceans now
ln search of the passage to lndia
Luther will write the New Testament
And we're at the dawn|of a divided world
A certain Gutemberg
Has changed the face of the earth
With the presses in Nuremburg
That every second print
Poems on paper
Speeches and tracts
Revolutionary ideas
That sweep everything else aside
Small things outnumber big things
Thus literature will be the demise|of architecture
Schoolbooks will extinguish|cathedrals
The Bible will destroy the church|and men will kill God
This will destroy that
Ships are sailing the oceans now
ln search of the passage to lndia
Luther will write the New Testament
And we're at the dawn|of a divided world
This will destroy that
This will destroy that
The bells are quiet
The cathedral silent
Quasimodo is miserable
Quasimodo's in love
He hasn't rung the bells
For the last three days
Quasimodo is sad
Quasimodo is mad
Because he's lovesick
These bells l ring
Are my love and lovers
l want them to shout
To sing and cry out
By hail or by thunder
With rain or the the wind
l want them to resound
ln joy as in torment
Those that ring when we are born|those that ring when we die
Those that ring everday,|every night, every hour
Those that ring when we pray
Those that ring when we cry
Those that ring|for the early to rise
For Palm Sunday|for Quasimodo
For Christmas and All Saints' Day
For Annunciation|for the Resurrection
For Valentine's Day and Good Friday
For celebrations|and processions
The most beautiful is for Sunday
New Year's Day, Epiphany|and Easter, day of joy
Pentecost with its burning tongues
For the confirmation|and for communion
The Angelus and the knell,|dies irae dies illa
For Ascension Day|and Assumption
For all the hosannas and alleluias
But the ones that l prefer
Of all these iron ladies
Are the Three Marias
They're my dearest friends
There's Little Maria
For children who've just died
There's big Maria
For mariners who set sail
But when l ring the biggest Maria
For lovers to be wed
My heart breaks
l feel like l could die
Seeing them so happy|seeing them full of joy
And no woman ever will look|into my eyes
Seeing them newly married|to watch them fly away
To the stars under heaven's vault
All the bells that l ring|Kyrie Eleison
Hosanna alleluia|dies irae dies illa
All those bells of adversity|all those bells of felicity
All those bells|that never rang for me
The bells l ring
Are my friends, are my lovers
l want them to cry out loud
lf Esmeralda lives
To tell the world that Quasimodo|loves Esmeralda
Gringoire, where is your wife?
We don't see her dancing|at Notre Dame anymore
To tell you the truth, l don't know
You're a priest, l a poet
We don't share the same wives
Yours is religion, mine is poetry
Where is she|your Esmeralda
The streets of Paris
Are gloomy without her
She is alone|in a tower
Far away from those who fear
To be bewitched by her
What do you mean poet,|you speak with a forked tongue
Don't evade the question
Answer me, have you seen her?
Where is she|my Esmeralda
The den of thieves|has lost its queen
She is like|a swallow
Whose wings
Have been clipped
You will find her|in the prison of La Sante
lf you don't save her|she will be sentenced
To hang
l've heard enough, tell me no more
Where is she|our Esmeralda
The streets of Paris
Are gloomy without her
She is like|a swallow
Whose wings
Have been clipped
Caged birds
Can they still fly?
Violated children
Can they still love?
l was like a swallow
l arrived with the spring
Running through the city streets
Singing gipsy songs
Where are you, bell ringer?
Where are you, Quasimodo
Come to save me from the rope
Pull apart these bars
Where are you, my Esmeralda
Where are you hiding from me
Three days have gone by
We haven't seen you here
Did you leave on a trip
With your handsome captain
Without being engaged,|without a wedding
Like the pagans do
Could you be dead, perhaps
Without a prayer or a wreath
Don't ever let a priest
Come close to you
Remember that day at the fair
When they tied me to the wheel
When l gave you water to drink
l fell down on my knees
That's the day that we became
Friends for life, until death
There's something that binds
You to me, something very strong
Caged birds
Can they still fly?
Violated children
Can they still love?
Condemned
Arrested
Accused
Locked up
Thrown out
Expelled
Exiled
Deported
The color
Of my skin
Close
To yours
The song
You sing
With the music
l dance
The pain
Of exile
On the streets
Of your city
How to make a world
Without any more
Excluded
How to make a world
Without misery|or borders
Humiliated
Rejected
Oppressed
Revolted
Tortured
Suppressed
Decimated
Massacred
My country
l carry
ln my heart
ln my body
Your country
Brings me
Misfortune
And death
My warmth
From the south
Under your skies
Always grey
How to make a world
Without misery|or borders
How to make a world
Without any more
Excluded
Condemned
Arrested
Accused
Locked up
Thrown out
Expelled
Exiled
Deported
Condemned
Condemned
Esmeralda, you stand accused
Of wounding the archers' captain
lf he is wounded, he's still alive
Oh! Let me see him|for just one moment
You seduced and bewitched him
You stabbed him with a knife
l did not do it, l swear it
But you were alone with him,|in bed
A diabolic priest is harassing me
He appears everywhere in the night
This girl has hallucinations
Born in her imagination
He resembles you a bit, Sir
Look at the fire in her eyes
She's a witch, a foreigner
She's a gipsy, a non believer
Do you confess to the crime|of which you are accused
l am a victim|l have nothing to confess
Torture her
Question her
lf she endures|she must be a tough one
Put her little foot|in the vice and tighten it
Tighten it!
Do you confess?
l love him! l confess!
Untie her feet and hands
Murderers! Murderers!
Gipsy girl, you have confessed|to all your acts of magic,
Prostitution and the harassment|of Phoebus de Chateaupers
You will be taken in chemise,|barefoot, your neck in a noose
To the Place de Greve|where you will hang
From the gallows of the city
Phoebus
lf by some chance he's still alive|tell him that l love him still
Phoebus
lf you hear me, come save me|make them hear the truth
Phoebus
Tell them l did not kill you
Phoebus
That knife l had|l put it on the floor
Phoebus
That man in black that followed us|l saw him bending over you
Phoebus
With my knife he stabbed you
Phoebus
Promise me you will always|remember Esmeralda
Phoebus
She who danced in the square|and gave her life to you
Phoebus
Oh! Take me far away from here
To the hills of Andalusia
Phoebus
l was a happy man before l met you
When relegated to my inner core
Lay the sexuality|l stifled in adolescence
While l served my two loves,|religion and science
Oh! A priest who loves a woman
Loves her to the depths of his soul
Against wind and waves|l was solid as rock
Straight and true|as a cathedral's spire
Then you came like a worm|to knaw my insides
And awaken a fire|l thought had long died
Oh! A priest who loves a woman
Loves her to the depths of his soul
l lived far from women,|and the tortures of flesh
When in the dark of night|there came a flash
Distracted from prayer,|l opened the blind
To the dawn which|revealed you in kind
Oh! A priest who loves a woman
Loves her, yes loves her|to the depths of his soul
Oh! A priest who loves a woman
With one hand caress me|the other to whip
Let me atone for my sins
The hell that you'll go to|will be mine as well
And will be my paradise
Oh! A priest who loves a woman
Loves her, yes loves her|to the depths of his soul
Oh! A priest who loves a woman
A woman
When you pass, upon your steed|what style, what grace
The perfect image of rectitude|a figure of strength
Or perhaps you're a rake|an animal on the make
Chasing after adventure|does a heart beat under that armor?
Mine is pure as the sky is blue|let me heal your wounds
Let's forget this misfortune|l'll love you if you swear
l'll love you if you swear|that they will hang
The Zingara
My little girl's dreams|expand and fade
As l toss them away
Don't be deceived because l'm|white as a lamb inside
Only my coat touched by dirt
Your proclamations are insults|your words of love are false
My heart grows harder|and l'll back you against the wall
Free me from these chains|take me, you brute
Teach me the ways of lust|l'll love you if you swear
l'll love you if you swear|that they will hang
The Zingara
l'll love you if you swear|l'll love you if you swear
That they will hang|Esmeralda!
That they will hang|the Zingara
l was bewitched|in body and mind
The gipsy put a spell on me
l lost my head|and all my sense
ln that labyrinth|l almost met my death
The man who cheated on you|is not the same
As the man today|who says he loves you
l'm cured|in heart and soul
And if you'll have me|l'll come back to you
l was bewitched|in body and mind
The gypsy only wanted my money
l lost my head|and all my sense
But now l'm back safe and sane
l was bewitched|in body and mind
The gypsy is condemned to die
l lost my head|and all my sense
Deep inside it's you l love
lt's you that l still love|it's you that l still love
l'm a priest,|here to help you face your death
l'm cold, l'm hungry, let me go
l've done no wrong
Hear the bell ringing|it's five in the morning
Soon this door will open|in an hour you'll be dead
ln an hour l'll be fine!
We shall see if you will dance
Once more before the gallows
What have l done to you
To make you hate me so much?
lt is not hate
l love you!
l love you
But what did l do to you
To make you love me so much?
Me, a poor gypsy|and you, the priest of Notre Dame
One morning you danced
On the square, in the sun
Never have l known
Something like this
A shiver shook me
And ran through my spine|and l still remember
Since that day
When l look into the mirror
lt's Lucifer l seem to see
lnstead of me
l wait for him, he will come
My Phoebus, my sun
He'll be my love
My lover, my miracle
Come closer, assassin
l'll kill you with these hands|no, l'm not afraid of you
l'll bite you like a dog|go away bird of ill omen
l asked only a moment of pleasure
l give you a choice
Before dawn breaks
The gallows or me
Death or love
The tomb or my bed
lt's life or death|you only need to say yes
And l'll get you out
l promise to return you
To your gypsy brothers
To your devil's partners
Go away!
Go away!
Go away!
Go away!
Set free
Released
Escaped
Vanished
l set them
Free
They've
Escaped
Set free-----Released
Escaped-----Vanished
Set ablaze---On fire
Rebellion----Revolution
Set free-----Released
Escaped-----Vanished
Set ablaze---On fire
Rebellion----Revolution
They were locked up
And l opened the cage
They escaped
They ran away
They demand the right to asylum
Give them the right to asylum
Set free
Escaped
Set ablaze
Rebellion
They demand the right to asylum
Set free!
Set free!
Set free!
Moon
Shining high above
Upon
Parisian roofs
See
How a man|can suffer from love
Bright
Solitary star
Fading away
With the coming of day
Hear
Rising up to you|the song of the earth
Listen to the cry
Of a man in pain
For whom
A million stars
Mean nothing compared
To the eyes of the one
He loves
A deadly love
Moon
Moon
Shining high above
Before
The break of day
Hear
The howling heart|of the human beast
lt's the plaint
Of Quasimodo
Who cries
ln mad despair
His voice
Up hill and down dale
Flies up
To you
Moon!
Watch
Over this strange world
That joins
lts voice with choirs of angels
Moon
Shining high above
To
Shed your light upon my pen
See
How a man|can suffer from love
Love
l leave you a whistle|so you can call me
During the day, you must stay here|but you can walk at night
On the roofs of the cathedral|under the stars
You don't hear me|you're already asleep
lt's a nasty world out there
You're beautiful when you sleep
ln your sleep|Esmeralda
Are you dreaming of your sun?
God this world is unfair|he's so handsome and l'm so ugly
Even if l gave you the moon|you'd still refuse to love me
And he, without making a move|without a word or a glance
Put some tenderness|into your big black eyes
You'll give yourself to him|and believe all of his oaths
You love him for his stature|without looking at what's inside
God this world is unfair|he a lord and l a lout
He'll give you the moon|when you've asked for nothing
God this world is unfair|go love your shining knight
The satin of your dark skin|is not made for tramps
My ugliness is an insult|to your brazen beauty
An error of mother nature's|didn't grant me any favors
God this world is unfair|our fate is not theirs
We don't have a fortune|but them, do they have hearts?
They're born into lace|to make love and war
But we poor earthworms|our lives are filled with beauty
And on which side is God|on the side of monstrances
Or on the side of those|who pray morning and night
This Jesus that we so adore|has He always preferred
The three wise men and their gold|above us poor shepherds?
God this life is cruel|for two searching hearts
l so ugly and you so fair|how could you possibly love me?
The night is so lovely
And l am so lonely
l don't want to die
l want to sing again|to dance and laugh
l don't want to die
Die
Before having loved
To live
For the one you love
Love
More than the love itself
To give
Without expectation
Free
To choose how you live
Without excommunication
Without interdictions
Free
Without a God or a country
The only baptism
The rain that falls from the sky
To live
For the one you love
Love
More than the love itself
To give
Without expectation
The two worlds that now separate us
One day will unite
Oh! l'd love to believe it
Even at the cost of my life
l'd give my life
To change history
To live
For the one you love
Love
More than the love itself
To give
Without expectation
Love
Like the night loves the day
Love
Until you die of love
Until you die of love
Asylum!
Asylum!
Asylum!
Asylum!
Asylum!---
Soldiers of the king l exhort you|to cross this door
ln all conscience|in the name of decency
l give you the right
To break the right
To asylum!---
Out|the outlaws
Out|the vagabonds
Out! Out!
Out|the outlaws
Out|the vagabonds
Out! Out!
We are|foreigners
The outlaws
Men|and women
Homeless
Oh! Notre Dame|we beseech you
Asylum! Asylum!
We are|foreigners
The outlaws
Men|and women
Homeless
Oh! Notre Dame|we beseech you
Asylum! Asylum!
We are|foreigners
The outlaws
Men|and women
Homeless
Oh! Notre Dame|we beseech you
Asylum! Asylum!
We are|foreigners
The outlaws
Men|and women
Homeless
Oh! Notre Dame|we beseech you
Asylum! Asylum!
We are|foreigners
The outlaws
Men|and women
Homeless
Oh! Notre Dame|we beseech you
Asylum! Asylum!
Esmeralda l'm dying
Oh! Little sister
ln the name of all my brothers
Listen to my prayer
Here you grew up
Here you belong
Shout it out loud
For me Esmeralda
We are|foreigners
Outlaws
Men|and women
Homeless
They're a thousand or more
At the city doors
Soon they'll be
Ten thousand|then a hundred thousand
The world will change
And intermix
They'll be milions
Who will demand
Asylum Asylum!
ln the name of the king|the order here is rendered
By the court of Paris
Young Esmeralda
You will be hanged|for the crime of sorcery
As for you|outlaws
You will be|expelled
Exiled
Deported
Expelled
Exiled
Deported
Expelled
Exiled
Deported
Expelled
Exiled
Deported
Frollo!
My master, my savior
Priest of the Lord
You have a heart after all
A heart
A heart that can love
A heart that can cry
A heart that can bleed
A heart that can kill
Look at her
Your fair Esmeralda
Remember Quasimodo
The one who danced there|on her stage
l handed her to the executioner
Because she didn't want me
You did that, you!
She will die|like Jesus on the cross
Look over there
On Place de Greve the gallows await
Your Esmeralda
They're hanging her|at the break of dawn
Ha ha ha ha......
Frollo!
Give her to me
Return her to me
Leave her with me
She's mine
My Esmeralda
Don't go
Stay with me
ln times to come
They will find buried
Our two skeletons entwined
To tell the whole universe
How much Quasimodo loved
Esmeralda the Zingara
He who God made so ugly
To help him carry his cross
To help him carry his cross
Devour my body, drink my blood
Vultures of Montfaucon
May death for all time
Unite our two names
Let my soul fly away
Far from the misery of the world
Let my love blend
With the light of the universe
With the light of the universe
Dance my Esmeralda
Sing my Esmeralda
Dance once more for me
l want you desperately
Dance my Esmeralda
Sing my Esmeralda
Let me go with you
To die for you is not death
Dance my Esmeralda
Sing my Esmeralda
Come and sleep in my arms
l want you desperately
Dance my Esmeralda
Sing my Esmeralda
Beyond the beyond
To die for you is not
death
Dance my Esmeralda
Sing my Esmeralda
Let me go with you
To die for you is not
death
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