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The Wretched (Mean English and French: Les Misérables) is a French eretidely book by Victor Hugo, first uttered in 1862 and has since been onwended into folkly soonplay. Starting in 1815 and nibbing in the 1832 Erelith Uprising in Paris, the tale follows the lives and dealings of many hoads, above all the struggles of former overstalend John Ersjohn (Mean English and French: Jean Valjean) and his afaring with eftleesing after nineteen years of being locked up for having stolen a loaf of bread for his sister's starving child. As it goes through the being of law and held, the book goes deep into the eretide of Frankric, the buildcraft and steaddraft of Paris, mootsmanship, sideful witlore, withkingship, righthood, worship, and the kinds and being of darling and kin love.

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Do You Hear the Folk Who Sing? Edit

Do you hear the folk who sing?
Singing the Song of angry men?
It is the soon of all the great folk
Who will not be thralls again!
When the beating of your heart
Woodmares the beating of the drums
There is a life about to start when tomorrow comes!

Will you help in our roodfare?
Who will be strong and stand with me?
I know that all out there
Wish for this world they long to see
Then come in the fight
That will give you the right to be free!

Do you hear the folk who sing?
Singing the Song of angry men?
It is the soon of all the great folk
Who will not be thralls again!
When the beating of your heart
Woodmares the beating of the drums
There is a life about to start when tomorrow comes!

Will you give all you can give
So that our flag shall ever stand?
Some will fall and some will live
Will you stand up and give a hand?
The blood of the fallen
Will make the French proud of their land!

Do you hear the folk who sing?
Singing the Song of angry men?
It is the soon of all the great folk
Who will not be thralls again!
When the beating of your heart
Woodmares the beating of the drums
There is a life about to start when tomorrow comes!

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