"The Bells of Notre Dame" is a reprise of the original.
Clopin: So here is a riddle to guess if you can
Sing the bells of Notre Dame
What makes a monster and what makes a man?
Chorus: Sing the bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells, bells…
Clopin: Whatever their pitch you
Can feel them bewitch you
The rich and the ritual knells…
Clopin and Chorus: Of the bells of Notre Dame!
As Quasimodo is finally accepted into civilization by other citizens of Paris after the defeat of Frollo, Clopin sings the final verse of the song, which is also the film's ending.
- The reprise of the song answers the riddle that Clopin originally asked to a group fo children in the beginning of the movie. It is made quite clear that the story about the monster is Claude Frollo while "the man" refers to Quasimodo.
|"The Bells of Notre Dame" • "Out There" • "Topsy Turvy" • "God Help the Outcasts" • "Heaven's Light/Hellfire" • "A Guy Like You" • "The Court of Miracles" • "The Bells of Notre Dame (Reprise)"|