Javert: Now, bring me prisoner 24601/Your time is up and your parole's begun/You know what that means.
Jean Valjean: Yes, it means I'm free.
Javert: No! It means you get your yellow ticket of leave/You are a thief.
Jean Valjean: I stole a loaf of bread.
Javert: You robbed a house!
Jean Valjean: I broke a window pane/My sister's child was close to death/And we were starving.
Javert: And you still starve again/Unless you learn the meaning of the law.
Jean Valjean: I know the meaning of these nineteen years/A slave of the law.
Javert: Five years for what you did/The rest because you tried to run/Yes, 24601.
Jean Valjean: My name is Jean Valjean!
Monsieur Thénardier: Let's not haggle for darling Colette!
Madame Thénardier: [sotto voce] Cosette
Monsieur Thénardier: ...Cosette!
Javert: Let the old man keep on running, I will run him off his feet- everyone about your business, clear this garbage off the street!
Enjolras: Tie this man and take him To the tavern in there. The people will decide your fate, Inspector Javert!
Courfeyrac: Shoot the bastard!
Javert: Shoot me now or shoot me later Every schoolboy to his sport! Death to each and every traitor, I renounce your people's court!
Enjolras: Take this man and bring him through, there is work we have to do!
Javert: I will join these people's heroes, I will follow where they go, I will learn their little secrets, I will know the things they know!
Jean Valjean: There lived a man whose hame was Jean Valjean He stole some bread to save his sister's son. For nineteen winters served his time In sweat he washed away his crime. Years ago He broke parole and lived a life apart How could he tell Cosette and break her heart? It's for Cosette this must be faced If he is caught she is disgraced The time has come to journey on And from this day he must be gone Who am I? Who am I?
Marius Pontmercy: You're Jean Valjean.