After Valjean leaves, Javert contemplates the paradox of hunting the man who has spared him his life; he proceeds to jump to his death in the river. , Into the Night – Santana ft. Chad Kroeger, Angels We Have Heard on High – Traditional, It’s All Coming Back To Me Now – Celine Dion. Valjean begs God to save and return Marius to Cosette, even if he (Valjean) must sacrifice his life for Marius' safety. Les Miserables – On My Own Lyrics. The instrumentation behind the vocals is the same as in the "Work Song", the melody partly also picks up that song. "The Sewers" is mostly a lengthy completely instrumental reprise of "Bring Him Home", though it also incorporates "Dog Eats Dog", a solo performed by Thénardier. Éponine cries out as Javert arrives on the scene (a segment of the song commonly known as "Javert's Intervention") but, because Javert does not immediately recognise Valjean, the latter escapes; Thénardier then convinces Javert to let him go and pursue Valjean instead.
"Beggars at the Feast" is the second big musical number sung by the Thénardiers, in which they proclaim how through their treacherous ways they always manage to come out on top before waving the audience goodbye with the mocking line "When we're rich as Croesus, Jesus, won't we see you all in hell". James Fenton had written another song for Gavroche's death, called "Ten Little Bullets", using the melody of Gavroche's solo in "Look Down". And when I lose my way I close my eyes. Fantine and Éponine come to welcome him into salvation. The first actress to play Éponine (English version) on stage was Frances Ruffelle; her version of "On My Own" is preserved on both the Original London and Broadway cast albums. The song borrows themes from several songs from the first act. "One Day More" is a choral piece with many solos: all of the main characters (except for Fantine and The Bishop, both of whom have died by this point) sing in it in a counterpoint style known as dramatic quodlibet, as well as parts by the ensemble. D   E       D       E     D     .B-.A I walk with him till morning... D  C#  D     E       F#-D    F# I feel his arms around me, D        G    F#    E     D    G And when I lose my way. In the first half of the song, she imagines a wonderful world with Marius as her lover. At the special Les Misérables 10th Anniversary Concert in 1995, "Do You Hear the People Sing?" A cop from the provinces moves to Paris to join the Anti-Crime Brigade of Montfermeil, discovering an underworld where the tensions between the different groups mark the rhythm. "On My Own" was performed by Samantha Barks at the Royal Variety Performance at the London Palladium on the 9th of December 2010. He also declares that God is dead and that the only thing looking down from the heavens is the "harvest moon".

It is among the better-known songs from the musical.
The song "explains what happens when Valjean takes Cosette from the inn and looks after her". 1980 Original French Version – This song did not appear, instead ending with Valjean's Death. "Fantine's Arrest" is a song from the first act.

[Verse] D Em D D/C# On my own, pretending he's beside me, Bm E A Amaj7 All alone, I walk with him till morning, G F#7 Bm Without him, I feel his arms around me, Em A And when I lose my … (only in the new video production in 2013 and in Czech version). It is also the first of the two times that a National Guardsmen sings a warning to the revolutionaries. [6] The song appears only on Les Misérables: Highlights from the Motion Picture Soundtrack. I love him

The song is cut heavily or left completely out in most recordings.