https://www.tumblr.com/audio_file/eirenical/146030398593/tumblr_o8btn82Q3F1txal14?plead=please-dont-download-this-or-our-lawyers-wont-let-us-host-audio

whatsshecalled:

gaymilesedgeworth:

benchowmein:

George Blagden’s missing verse, with musical accompaniment.

wHAT THE FUCKIGN SHIT I THOUGH T THIS WAS GONNA BE A RICK ROLL

Drink With Me

humanity-is-a-quality:

I don’t think that Grantaire’s solo in Drink With Me is
actually as sad as one may think. There’s a strong juxtaposition between him
singing about how they won’t be remembered and the reality of thousands of people commemorating their death. Perhaps the
best example of this is George Blagden’s video: the words of the song
are contradicted by the actual video, in which he returns to the site
of the barricade almost two centuries later and has now been viewed by thousands of
people. In other words, Grantaire’s solo is beautiful because he was wrong. Their
deaths did mean something and almost
two centuries later, the people who lost their lives in the June rebellion are
still remembered. Because ultimately the June rebellion has been immortalised
by Les Miserables, and I doubt anyone will ever forget it.  

babesatthebarricade:

George fucking Blagden went to the historic site of the barricade on June 5 aka the anniversary of the barricade and sang the missing verse of Drink with Me. And of course he went at night, because the students would have sang Drink with Me the night between the 5th and the 6th. This man, this wonderful man with no chill has given fans what they have been asking for, for the past 3 ½ years and what the director has refused to give us. 

I feel sorry for every fandom that does not have George Blagden. We don’t deserve him, but I’m so glad we have him. 

compounditall:

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Happy Barricade Day from George Blagden I guess

https://twitter.com/gblagden/status/739594821602545669

https://vimeo.com/169469516

pntmrcys:

has anyone seen what this man has done to us 

it’s here

And here’s the link to the actual tweet.

wameenkarimloo:

requested by @letmusicsetyoufreee

I may not live to see our glory, (I may not live to see our glory)
But I will gladly join the fight (But I will gladly join the fight)
And when our children tell our story, (And when our children tell our story)
They’ll tell the story of tonight