The Bargain The Waltz Of Treachery

Les Miserables

Tom: G
Intro: G E G E 

Valjean to Cosette 
C           A 
I found her wandering in the woods, 
Gb 
This little child. 
            G                C 
I found her trembling in the shadows 
F                D 
And I am here to help Cosette 
                               F 
I will settle any debt you may think proper 
       G      D           G 
I will pay... What I must pay 
        F       B   E B Dbm 
To take Cosette away. 
E                      A   E 
There is a duty I must heed, 
A                  B      E 
There is a promise I have made. 
                          Dbm  A 
For I was blind to one in need, 
          E                     A Dbm 
I did not see what stood before me. 
        F         Gb       D Dbm 
Now her mother is with God. 
                    Gb     B 
Fantine's suffering is over. 
                        E     B 
And I speak here in her voice, 
                 E           A E A B 
And I stand here in her place. 
              Ebm      E 
And from this day, and ever more... 

Mme. Thenardier 
B 
May I take your coat M'sieur? 

Valjean 
E                 B           Dbm 
Cosette will live in my protection 

Thenardier 
             B 
You are very welcome here 

Valjean 
               Ebm           B 
And I will not forsake my vow 

Thenardiers 
B 
Take a glass, take a chair 

Valjean 
E            Gb            C   E 
Cosette will have a father now 
Ebm Bb 

Thenardier 
G           E 
What to do? What to say? 
                    C         G 
Shall you carry our treasure away? 
Bb     Gb          Ab 
What a gem! What a pearl! 
       Gb     Ebm 
Beyond rubies is our little girl! 
Dbm        Ab Dbm           Ab 
How can we    speak of debt? 
Dbm       Ab         A      Dbm Ab 
Let's not haggle for darling    Colette! 
F             Dbm 
Dear Fantine, gone to rest 
Gb                   Bb            Gb 
Have we done for her child what is best? 
Gb 
Shared our bread, shared each bone 
        D              Gb 
Treated her like she's one of our own! 
     C        D  B 
Like our own,    Monsieur! 

Valjean 
              D 
Your feelings do you credit, sir 
D 
And I will ease the parting blow 
Ab                                      E 
Let us not talk of bargains or bones or greed 
Dbm        Gb          B 
Now, may I say, we are agreed? 

Mme. Thenardier 
           E 
That would quite fit the bill 
       G         E 
If she hadn't so often been ill 
Ebm 
Little dear, cost us dear 
              Gb         Bb 
Medicines are expensive, M'sieur 
Dbm        Ab  Dbm 
Not that we    begrudged a sou 
Ab   Dbm                             Ab 
It's no more than we Christians must do! 

Thenardiers 
Dbm 
One thing more, one small doubt 
Dbm 
There are treacherous people about 
Gb 
No offense, please reflect 
Gb                                    B 
Your intentions may not be... correct? 

Valjean 
E 
No more words, here's your price. 
                          G 
Fifteen hundred for your 'sacrifice' 
Ebm 
Come, Cosette, say goodbye, 
                                Bb 
Let us seek out some friendlier sky. 
Dbm 
Thank you both for Cosette 
         Ab           Dbm     Ab 
It won't take you too long to forget. 

Interlude 
Dbm Ab Dbm Ab Dbm Ab Dbm Ab 
Gb Dbm Gb A Gb A Gb B 

Valjean 
E 
Come, Cosette, come, my dear 
E 
From now on I will always be here 
Ebm 
Where I go, you will be. 

Cosette 
Ebm 
Will there be castles, 
    B           Bb 
And children to see? 

Valjean 
Dbm       Ab 
Yes, Cosette, 
Dbm           Ab 
Yes, it's true 
Dbm       Ab          Dbm         Ab 
There's a castle just waiting for you... 

Outro 
D F D A 
Dbm Ab Dbm Ab Dbm Ab Dbm Ab 
F E F E D F 
G C  E F D E 
C E A F A F A 
F Dbm E Dbm 

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