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Les Miserables – Dawn Of Anguish lyrics

[Day breaks.]

The people have not stirred
We are abandoned by those who still live in fear.
The people have not heard.
Yet will will not abandon those who cannot hear.
Let us not waste lives
Let all the women and fathers of children
Go from here.

Drink with me to days gone by
Sing with me the songs we knew

At the shrine of friendship
Raise your glass high
Let the wine of friendship
Never run dry
If I die
I die with you!

So never kick a dog
Because he's just a pup
We'll fight like twenty armies
And we won't give up
So you'd better run for cover
When the pup grows......

[He dies.]

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    This song is 3 songs put together the first best fits the title the second is drink with me and the third is little people dawn of anguish is the revolutionary's realizing that the people of Paris have not come to help drink with me is the revolutionary's cheering each other up and little people is the boy (Gavroch or something like that) explaining how little people can do unexpected things as he goes to collect gun powder before being shot.
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