Notre-Dame de Paris

Synopsis: A musical adaptation of Victor Hugo's novel "Notre Dame de Paris" which follows the gypsy dancer Esmeralda and the three men who vie for her love: the kind hunchback Quadimodo, the twisted priest Frollo, and the unfaithful soldier Phoebus.
Genre: Drama, Music, Musical
 
IMDB:
9.0
Year:
1999
150 min
726 Views


...is it from heaven you appear?

Paradise must be your home...

...you're like no one I've ever known.

Bohemienne.

No one knows where my story begins.

Bohemienne.

I was born on a road that bends.

Bohemienne, bohemienne.

Come tomorrow, I'll wander again.

Bohemienne, bohemienne.

Here's my fate in the lines of my hand.

My mother told me tales of Spain...

...I think that's where she longed to be.

Of mountain bandits she once sang...

...Andalusia's memory.

There in the mountains she was free...

...my mother, father all are gone.

And I've made Paris be my home.

I dream of oceans rolling on...

...they take my heart where I must come.

Andalusia mountain home.

Bohemienne.

No one knows where my story begins.

Bohemienne.

I was born on a road that bends.

Bohemienne, bohemienne.

Come tomorrow, I'll wander again.

Bohemienne, bohemienne.

Here's my fate in the lines of my hand.

When I was a child in Provence...

...Bare foot in the hills I danced once.

But the gypsy road is so long...

...the roads so long.

Everyday I see a new chance...

...maybe some road will lead from France.

I will follow till I come home...

...Till I come home.

Andalusia's streams...

...run through my blood...

...run through my daydreams.

Andalusia's sky...

...when it calls me...

...I feel my heart fly.

Bohemienne.

No one knows where my story begins.

Bohemienne.

I was born on a road that bends.

Bohemienne, bohemienne.

Come tomorrow I'll wander again.

Bohemienne, bohemienne.

Here's my fate in the lines of my hand.

Here's my fate in the lines of my hands.

Esmeralda, you see...

...you're no longer a child.

And this world is so wild...

...that you must hear me a little while.

You were not yet eight years...

...your mother died so young.

Still hearing as she died...

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Luc Plamondon

Luc Plamondon, OC, CQ (b. March 2, 1942 in Saint-Raymond, Quebec), is a French-Canadian lyricist and music executive. He is best known for his work on the musicals Starmania and Notre-Dame de Paris. He is the brother of Louis Plamondon, a long-serving member of the House of Commons of Canada.Plamondon has accepted honours from Canadian institutions and is also known as a francophone nationalist and Quebec sovereigntist. He is opposed to Internet music piracy. more…

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