Les miserables lyrics

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Before ‘Hamilton’ or ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ swept the world by storm, another powerful musical transcended Broadway and found its place in mainstream culture. For decades, audiences across the globe have been filling theatres to witness the incomparable stage experience that is ‘Les Misérables’. This timeless musical, based on the acclaimed novel by Victor Hugo, is loved by many for its emotional tale of hope, forgiveness and humanity.

Here are 27 memorable lyrics from ‘Les Mis’:

“The color of the world is changing day by day.”
Enjolras (Red And Black)

“To love another person is to see the face of God.”
Fantine & Jean Valjean (Epilogue)

“Even the darkest night will end and the sun will rise.”
Chorus (Epilogue)

“At the end of the day you’re another day older, and that’s all you can say for the life of the poor.”
Chorus (At The End Of The Day)

“I dreamed a dream in time gone by, when hope was high and life worth living. I dreamed that love would never die. I dreamed that God would be forgiving.”
Fantine (I Dreamed A Dream)

“Red – the blood of angry men. Black – the dark of ages past. Red – a world about to dawn. Black – the night that ends at last!”
Enjolras (Red And Black)

“The day begins and now let’s see what this new world will do for me.”
Jean Valjean (Overture)

“I know a place where no one’s lost. I know a place where no one cries. Crying at all is not allowed. Not in my castle on a cloud.”
Cosette (Castle On A Cloud)

“Bring him peace, bring him joy. He is young, he is only a boy. You can take, you can give. Let him be, let him live. If I die, let me die. Let him live. Bring him home.”
Jean Valjean (Bring Him Home)

“I love him but when the night is over he is gone, the river’s just a river.”
Eponine (On My Own)

“’Ow do you do? My name’s Gavroche. These are my people, here’s my patch. Not much to look at, nothing posh. Nothing that you’d call up to scratch.”
Gavroche (Look Down)

“Nothing gets you nothing. Everything has got a little price!”
Thenardier (Master Of The House)

“Oh, my friends! My friends, don’t ask me what your sacrifice was for! Empty chairs at empty tables, where my friends shall sing no more.”
Marius (Empty Chairs At Empty Tables)

“Do you hear the people sing, singing the song of angry men? It is the music of a people who will not be slaves again. When the beating of your heart echoes the beating the beating of the drums, there is a life about to start when tomorrow comes!”
Enjolras & Company (Do You Hear The People Sing?)

“Take my love, for love is everlasting.”
Fantine (Epilogue)

“Who am I? 24601!”
Jean Valjean (Who Am I)

“There’s a new world for the winning. There’s a new world to be won.”
Company (One Day More)

“Yet why did I allow that man to touch my soul and teach me love? He treated me like any other, he gave me his trust, he called me brother.”
Jean Valjean (Valjean’s Soliloquy)

“Stars – In your multitudes, scarce to be counted, filling the darkness with order and light…”
Javert (Stars)

“Beyond the barricade is there a world you long to see? Then join in the fight that will give you the right to be free!”
Company (Do You Hear The People Sing?)

“And I am Javert! Do not forget my name…”
Javert (Work Song/Look Down)

“Let the wine of friendship never run dry.”
Enjolras & Men (Drink With Me)

“Shall I join my brothers there? When our ranks begin to form. Do I stay and do I dare? Will you take your place with me? The time is now, the day is here… One day more.”
– Enjolras & Marius (One Day More)

“A little fall of rain can hardly hurt me now. You’re here, that’s all I need to know. And you will keep me safe, and you will keep me close, and rain will make the flowers grow.”
Eponine (A Little Fall Of Rain)

“A heart full of love. No fear, no regret.”
Cosette (A Heart Full Of Love)

“On my own pretending he’s beside me. All alone, I walk with him till morning.”
Eponine (On My Own)

“Jean Valjean is nothing now, another story must begin!”
Jean Valjean (Valjean’s Soliloquy)

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Les Miserables Musical Lyrics

The idea to create the musical, which is based on Victor Hugo's novel, has come to the A. Boublil, French author of songs during performance of "Oliver!" in London. He shared idea with French composer C. Schonberg, and they have developed the preliminary scenario. They analyzed a physical and emotional condition of each character and reaction of public to them. Then Schonberg has begun to write the music, and Boublil – to work on lyrics. Two years later, they made the trial two-hour recording. Schonberg sang all roles and accompanied himself on the piano.

The album with this material was written down in 1980. The following singers took part in it: M. Barrier, J. Mercier, R. Laurens, Y. Dautin, M. Roussel, R. Dewitte, F. Guyon, M. Dufour, M. Sardou, F. Bernard & others. The scenic version was made in Paris in 1980. R. Hossein was a director. For 100 performances the show was attended by more than 500 thousand people. The most part of actors remained invariable after recording of the album.

Authors of English libretto, H. Kretzmer & J. Fenton, have considerably overworked and increased the libretto. They have departed from a literal translation of the French original. Authors have added the prologue telling Jean Valjean's background. The original English version was shown five years later after French premiere. It took place in London. The show was conducted with musical management of J. Cameron, who took part in creation of orchestrations for French a concept album. Roles were played by C. Wilkinson, R. Allam, K. Caswell, P. LuPone, Z. Hart, J. O'Mahony, D. Akers, G. Brander & J. Caton.

On January 5 2010, there was 10.000’s performance. The premiere on the Broadway opened on March 12, 1987. The audience has booked tickets for the amount exceeding 4 million dollars in advance. The performance has undergone some changes. Lighting effects of a scene of Javert's suicide were improved. The show closed in 2008 and returned in 2014.
Release date: 1987
Last Update:April, 21st 2016

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All songs from the English version of Les Misérables.
All English song lyrics were written by Herbert Kretzmer.

Act I[]

Prologue: 1815, Toulon; Digne[]

  1. Prologue: Overture – Orchestra
  2. Prologue: Work Song – Chain Gang, Javert and Valjean
  3. Prologue: On Parole – Valjean, Farmer, Labourer, Innkeeper’s Wife, Innkeeper, and Bishop
  4. Prologue: Valjean Arrested/Valjean Forgiven – Constables and Bishop
  5. Prologue: What Have I Done? – Valjean

Eight Years Later:1823, Montreuil-sur-Mer[]

  1. At the End of the Day – Fantine, The Poor, Foreman, Workers, Factory Girls and Valjean
  2. Javert's Introduction - Javert and Valjean (2012 film only)
  3. I Dreamed a Dream – Fantine
  4. Lovely Ladies – Fantine, Sailors, Whores, Old Woman, Crone and Pimp
  5. Fantine's Arrest – Fantine, Bamatabois, Javert and Valjean
  6. The Runaway Cart – Onlookers, Valjean, Fauchelevent and Javert
  7. Javert's Apology - Javert and Valjean (2012 film only)
  8. Who Am I? – Valjean
  9. Come to Me / Fantine's Death – Fantine and Valjean
  10. The Confrontation – Javert and Valjean

1823, Montfermeil, then Paris[]

  1. Castle on a Cloud – Little Cosette and Madame Thénardier
  2. Master of the House – Thénardier, Madame Thénardier and Chorus
  3. The Well Scene – Valjean and Little Cosette
  4. The Bargain / The Thénardier Waltz of Treachery – Thénardier, Valjean, Madame Thénardier and Little Cosette
  5. Suddenly – Valjean (2012 film only)
  6. The Convent - Valjean and Fauchelevant (2012 film only)

Nine Years Later: 1832, Paris[]

  1. Look Down – Beggars, Gavroche, Old Woman, Prostitute, Pimp, Enjolras and Marius
  2. The Robbery / Javert's Intervention – Thénardier, Madame Thénardier, Éponine, Marius, Cosette (silent), Valjean and Javert
  3. Stars – Javert and Gavroche
  4. Éponine's Errand – Marius and Éponine
  5. ABC Café / Red and Black – Combeferre, Feuilly, Courfeyrac, Joly, Enjolras, Marius, Grantaire, Students and Gavroche
  6. Do You Hear the People Sing? – Enjolras, Combeferre, Courfeyrac, Feuilly, Students and Beggars
  7. I Saw Him Once – Cosette (Original London Cast only)
  8. In My Life – Cosette, Valjean, Marius and Éponine
  9. A Heart Full of Love – Marius, Cosette and Éponine
  10. The Attack on Rue Plumet – Thénardier, Montparnasse, Brujon, Babet, Claquesous, Éponine, Marius, Valjean and Cosette
  11. One Day More – Valjean, Marius, Cosette, Éponine, Enjolras, Javert, Thénardier, Madame Thénardier and Company

Act II - Paris[]

  1. Building the Barricade / Upon These Stones – Enjolras, Javert, Marius, Éponine and Valjean
  2. On My Own – Éponine
  3. At the Barricade / Upon These Stones – Enjolras, Marius, Grantaire, Combeferre, Courfeyrac, Feuilly, Army Officer and Students
  4. Javert's Arrival – Javert and Enjolras
  5. Little People – Gavroche, Grantaire, Prouvaire, Courfeyrac, Students, Enjolras and Javert
  6. A Little Fall of Rain – Éponine and Marius
  7. Night of Anguish – Enjolras, Marius, Combeferre, Prouvaire, Lesgles, Joly, Valjean, Grantaire, Courfeyrac and Students
  8. The First Attack – Enjolras, Valjean, Feuilly, Lesgles, Grantaire and Javert
  9. Drink With Me – Enjolras, Grantaire, Feuilly, Prouvaire, Joly, Students, Women and Marius
  10. Bring Him Home – Valjean
  11. Dawn of Anguish – Enjolras and Students
  12. The Second Attack (Death of Gavroche) – Enjolras, Marius, Valjean, Grantaire, Gavroche and Students
  13. The Final Battle – Army Officer, Enjolras, Combeferre and Courfeyrac
  14. Dog Eats Dog / The Sewers – Thénardier, Valjean and Javert
  15. Javert's Suicide – Javert
  16. Turning – Women of Paris
  17. Empty Chairs At Empty Tables – Marius
  18. Every Day / A Heart Full of Love (Reprise) – Cosette, Marius and Valjean
  19. Valjean's Confession – Valjean and Marius
  20. Suddenly (Reprise) – Cosette and Marius (2012 film only)
  21. Wedding Chorale – Guests, Thénardier, Marius and Madame Thénardier
  22. Beggars at the Feast – Thénardier and Madame Thénardier
  23. Valjean's Death – Valjean, Cosette, Marius, Fantine and Éponine/ the Bishop (2012 film and Lés Miserables: Shōjo Cosette)
  24. Finale: Do you hear the people sing (Reprise) – Full Company

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