The Bells of Notre Dame (Reprise) is the closing song in The Hunchback of Notre Dame (film). It is sung by Clopin once Quasimodo comes out of the cathedral, and the citizens of Paris accept him into society as a hero. The song reveals that it was really Quasimodo being referred to as the man, and Frollo being refer to as the monster.
- 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 and which you, Can feel them bewitch you . The rich and the ritual knells...
- Clopin and Chorus : Of the Bells of Notre Dame
- When Clopin asks, "What makes a monster, and what makes a man?" it is revealed that Frollo is the monster with all his corruption, and Quasimodo is the man with his humbleness and heroism.
- This is the last song that is heard in the film.
- At the end of the film as the camera zooms out from the Notre Dame cathedral, the pigeons all gather on Laverne again. She shoos them off and asks them if they ever migrate. The fact is, rock doves (the most common breed of pigeon seen in urban areas) do NOT migrate, at least not in the same sense other birds migrate. They may move from one part of a city to another, but for the most part they stay in the same area.
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