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
157 Views

NOTRE-DAME OF PARIS

English Adaptation by BANQUO

This is a tale that takes its place.

In Paris fair, this year of grace.

Fourteen hundred eighty two.

A tale of lust and love so true.

We are the artists of the time...

...we'd dream in sculpture dream in rhyme.

For you we bring our world alive...

...so something will survive.

From nowhere came the age of the cathedrals.

The old world began.

A new unknown thousand years.

For man just has to climb up where the stars are.

And live beyond life.

Live in glass and live in stone.

Stone after stone, day after day.

From year to year man had his way.

Men had built with faith and love.

These cathedrals rose above.

We troubadours and poets sing.

That love is all and everything.

We promise you, all human kind.

Tomorrow will be fine.

From nowhere came the age of the cathedrals.

The old world began.

A new unknown thousand years.

For man just has to climb up where the stars are.

And live beyond life.

Live in glass and live in stone.

From nowhere came the age of the cathedrals.

The old world began.

A new unknown thousand years.

For man just has to climb up where the stars are.

And live beyond life.

Live in glass and live in stone.

But it is doomed

the age of the cathedrals...

...barbarians wait...

...at the gates of Paris fair.

Oh let them in, these pagans and these vandals.

A wise man once said.

In two thousand, this world ends.

In two thousand, this world ends.

We are the strangers here...

...the refugees...

...the women and men...

...without a home.

Oh, Notre-Dame, we come and ask of you...

...asylum... asylum.

We are the strangers here...

...the refugees...

...the women and men...

...without a home.

Oh, Notre-Dame, we come and ask of you...

...asylum... asylum.

At Paris gates we stand...

...ten thousand in our band.

And one day soon we'll be...

...a million in this land.

We wonder what you'll do...

...the day we ask of you...

...asylum.

Asylum.

We are the strangers here...

...the refugees...

...the women and men...

...without a home.

Oh, Notre-Dame, we come and ask of you...

...asylum... asylum.

We are the down-and-outs...

...here at the city gates.

And all of Paris waits...

...to see what we're about.

The world will change someday...

We'll make it work someway.

The day we come to stay...

...with you.

We are the strangers here...

...the refugees...

...the women and men...

...without a home.

We are the strangers here...

...the refugees...

...the women and men...

...without a home.

The refugees...

...without a home.

We are the strangers here...

...the refugees...

...the women and men...

...without a home.

We are the strangers here...

...the refugees.

We are the strangers here...

...the refugees...

...the women and men...

...without a home.

We are the strangers here...

...the refugees...

...the women and men...

...without a home.

Oh, Notre-Dame, we come and ask of you...

...asylum... asylum.

We are the strangers here...

...the refugees...

...the women and men...

...without a home.

Oh, Notre-Dame, we come and ask of you...

...asylum.... asylum...

asylum... asylum.

Monsieur Phoebus de Chateaupers,

captain of the archers of the crown.

I order you to arrest...

...these strangers disturbing the town.

Disperse now at any cost

this rabble of the lost.

Who come to disturb the peace...

...All Paris demand they cease.

At your orders, monsignor Frollo.

In god's name my men will strike a blow.

We'll clear this riff raff from your sight...

...these beggar thieves that live by night.

Beautiful girl why are you here...

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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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