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There is a lot that happens within the course of the song with regards to story telling. The festive starts and Quasimodo gets caught in the swing of it, Quasimodo meets Esmeralda, Esmeralda dances getting the attention of Quasimodo, Phoebus and Frollo, the King of Fools contest starts, and Quasimodo is crown the king. There so much that happens that the song is broken up into four part essentually.
These parts are well connected and the last portation with Quasimodo as the King of Fools features a keynote change to denote the ending of the song. Kind of intresting that the only Dinsey song to use a word for prostitute would also feature a pole dance. The visuals help make this song memorable. This visually also give Quasimodo something to react to and since he is seeing all this craziness for the first time, Quasimodo acts as the audience in this song.
There is a cast of thousand. First the lyrics mention the date a being January 6, which is the day the Feast of Fools took place on. The last reference and probably the most interesting. This is a clear reference to Frollo being a priest in the book.