Into Notre Dame is a song from the North American version of the musical, The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
After Quasimodo is humiliated by the crowd at the Feast of Fools, Claude Frollo reprimands him for disobeying his orders and sends him back inside Notre Dame. Concerned for him, Esmeralda quietly follows him into the cathedral and, having never been inside, is immediately enchanted by its beauty.
See how it's cruel?
See how it's wicked?
See how I sheltered you
From having to go through this?
How could you do this to me?
Forgive, Master! Won't ever leave again.
Now, boy, you see
You don't belong with normal men
You are happy when
You're in your sanctuary
Back to your sanctuary
Quasimodo and Frollo:
Never to come out here...
...again. Take the boy inside.
So the poor hunchback
Retreated back in
Through the doors of Notre Dame
And there followed the gypsy girl
Who'd never been through
The doors of Notre Dame
And she stopped and beheld all the beauty
Like a beggar receiving an alm
And each window and pillar
And arch seemed to fill her with light...
The light of Notre Dame