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Opinion by Pyjamarama posted over a year ago
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Oh, what a beautiful day. Good morning.

There's music in the marketplace

The streets have come alive

The town is in a tizzy

It's a busy buzzing hive

There's cause for this commotion and emotional display

We just can't wait to celebrate

Our favorite holiday

Le Jour D'Amour

Your song is in the air

What magic will you make for us

What promise will you share

That golden bell sweet La Fidele

Will soon be ringing clear

The best of all the festivals Le Jour D'Amour is here

Mesdames et messieurs, time is short.

You must find your true love.

Find your soul's mate...

for the Festival D'Amour is upon us.

Some have come in puppy love perchance to steal a kiss

Some are still enamored after years of wedded bliss
Opinion by dobbyssocks posted over a year ago
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The Hunchback of Notre Dame has some of the most inspiring quotes ever. Here are some that had the most impact on me, whether spoken or sung.

Clopin: Now here is a riddle to guess if you can, sing the bells of Notre Dame, Who is the monster and who is the man?

Laverne: Quasi, take it from an old spectator. Life's not a spectating sport. If watching is all you do your gonna watch your life go by without you.

Esmerelda: I don't know if you can hear me, or if you're even there, I don't know if you would listen, to a Gypsy's prayer. Yes, I know I'm just an outcast, I shouldn't speak to you, still, I see your face and wonder, were you once an outcast, too?

Esmerelda: I ask for nothing, I can get by, but I know so many less lucky than I, Please help my people, the poor and downtrod, I thought we all were the children of God.

Quasimodo: Every day they shout and scold and go about their lives, heedless of the gift it is to be them. If I was in their skin, I'd treasure every instant out there, strolling by the Seine, taste a morning out there, like ordinary men, who freely walk about there. Just one day, and then I swear I'll...