"To love another person is to see the face of God…"

That’s my nominee for Best Song Lyric Ever, from the final moments of “Les Miserables.”

For those who missed it: below is the thrilling finale to the 25th anniversary concert, which aired Sunday night on PBS.

In a word: wow.

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6 responses to “"To love another person is to see the face of God…"”

  1. Seen it three or four times on Broadway in the 90’s, probably with Lea Michele as Young Cosette – our favorite show.

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