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  1. Italian Proverbs. James Wood, comp. Dictionary of Quotations
  2. See a Problem?
  3. Lo spirito del vento
  4. Sarah Brightman - Cats, musical~Piano (Memory - Italian Version) [Memory-Italian Version] žodžiai

Why don't you put your hands together now Well, well, well, well, well, well, well, well! Well, well, well, well, well, well, well, well! I'm on a TV show But they don't sell eternity Why shouldn't I love you here beside the church of God Bring me into the jail of life Try to scandalize me, scandalize my name Yeah scandalize my name Now I think about all the things you said I never felt so alone, never felt so alone Could you deliver me from this world of lies Yeah show me the way I can hide Try to scandalize me, scandalize me, scandalize my name And everything's gonna be alright, girl Try to scandalize me, scandalize me, scandalize my name Try to scandalize me, scandalize me, scandalize my name Behind The Sunrise Behind the sunrise There's a beautiful world that I believe in Behind the sunrise There's the world I see Behind the sunrise There's a magical world that I would live in There nobody else must stay down on their knees Behind the sunrise There's a marvellous boy I'm waiting for Across that sunrise filled with stars of love Behind the sunrise There's a miracle world that I can see And nobody else must stay down on their knees I'm always on the run and I hate copy paste for god's sake Behind the sunrise There's something special I would really die for And if you take my hand I'll pray until the end Lying to myself no more, yeah Behind the sunrise There are all these things you really mean to me And nobody else must stay down on their knees Yeah, yeah And I'll show you There is love in every little flame of life that you can share, yeah Tell me now, help me now, make a difference for Our dreams we always fight for Hey babe!

If you don't want to see me laying down Believe me Behind the sun I found the best of me, yeah You found the best of me Behind the sun I found the best of me, yeah You found the best of me Tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me, tell me why Tell me, tell me, tell me why You might only live a second You might only live a second You might only live a second Live.

Oh babe please now I don't want you to stay down on your knees now Don't beg your pardon don't lay down, lay down, lay down Take my hell now Take my hell now All Alone Life You have never changed Things are still the same as they were And I've never known you Now As time goes by Tears, hate and crying are not for me They are not for me anymore But if you have ears to listen And have eyes for crying If you have somebody and soul to love me Let me die now Sometimes I worry oh that I could be all alone again Sometimes I worry oh that I could be all alone again Sometimes I worry oh that I could be all alone again All alone again Now Tears are all gone Life welcome home in my heart Forever and more But if you have ears to listen And your heart for crying No one loves you more than me in this world Don't ask me why now Sometimes I worry oh that I could be all alone again Sometimes I worry oh that I could be all alone again Sometimes I worry oh that I could be all alone again All alone again All alone again Sometimes I worry oh that I Gotta lotta things to do in this world I lost myself now!

No troubles, no more Straight, right to the dawn Straight right to the dawn, no troubles, no more Straight, right to the dawn! Gran mustacchi, stretto sacco. Schioppo in spalla, sciabla al fianco, collo dritto, muso franco, un gran casco, o un gran turbante, molto onor, poco contante! Ed invece del fandango, una marcia per il fango. Per montagne, per valloni, con le nevi e i sollioni.

Al concerto di tromboni, di bombarde, di cannoni, che le palle in tutti i tuoni all'orecchio fan fischiar. Cherubino alla vittoria: alla gloria militar! You shall frolic no more, lustful butterfly, Day and night flitting to and fro; Disturbing ladies in their sleep Little Narcissus, Adonis of love. No longer will you have these beautiful feathers, That light, romantic cap, That hair, that glowing countenance, That rosy, womanly complexion.

Among soldiers, by Jove! A big moustache, a little kit. With a rifle on your shoulder, and a sabre on your flank, Standing up straight, hard faced, A big helmet, or a big turban, Plenty of honour, little pay! And instead of dancing the fandango, A march through the mud. Through mountains, through valleys, With snow and with the sun beating down. To the beat of the bugle, Of bombs, of cannons, Whose thunderous report Makes your ears ring.

Italian Proverbs. James Wood, comp. Dictionary of Quotations

Cherubino, to victory: To glory in battle! Vo'andare in Porta Rossa it a comperar l'anello! Mi struggo e mi tormento! O Dio, vorrei morir! Oh my dear papa, I love him, he is handsome, handsome. I want to go to Porta Rossa To buy the ring!


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Yes, yes, I want to go there! I am anguished and tormented! Oh God, I'd like to die! Papa, have pity, have pity!

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Cessa, crudel, Tanto rigor! Cessa, crudel, Tanto rigor. Tanto rigor! My darling dear at least believe me, without you my heart languishes. My darling dear, without you my heart languishes. Your faithful admirer always sighs. Stop, cruel one, being so hard. That is exactly the thing that I need Where in the world is there such a mother? Search as I might, I could ne'er find another "Oh, mama, yes, yes, yes!

Go find the gardener and bring him with speed. Date: 08 Dec 97 - PM Well, here's a couple of really common ones, with the disclaimer that I typed them from memories of more than twenty years ago.

BORO BORO - LENTO Feat. MAMBOLOSCO - Prod. DON JOE

I also don't know if there are more verses to these. The English translations are by me. The first is fairly literal but I also kept it singable, the second is just literal.

Lo spirito del vento

Un passo c'e. Si vede Francia, Portceddu, la Spagna, Io veggo a te. Io veggo a te. La testa gira gira intorno intorno Intorno a te. Intorno a te. E il cuore canta come il primo giorno. Ti sposa a me. Chorus: Lesti, lesti via'l monton' su la Lesti, lesti via'l monton' su la Funiculi, funicula funiculi funicula Via'l monton su la, funiculi funicula. English translation: This evening, little girl, we climb the mountain The view to see. The view to see.

The head is dizzy whirling 'round and 'round With thoughts of thee, with thoughts of thee. And the heart, it sings with Eden's sound You'll marry me.


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You'll marry me. Joyful, joyful up on the mountain high Joyful, joyful up on the mountain high Funicula, funiculi, funicula funiculi Up on the mountain high funicula funiculi. Note: A "funiculare" was a train equipped with a gear which engaged a toothed track for climbing steep mountainsides.

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English Translation literal : On the sea shines The star of silver Placid is the wave, The wind prospers. Maybe that's the Naples Chamber of Commerce's version. It is described as a Sicilian Mariner's Air. Is Sicily close enough for this thread? When the sword shall gather rust, And the helmet, lance and falchion, Sleep at last in silent dust! Earth has heard too long of battle, Heard the trumpet's voice too long, But another age advances, Seers foretold in ancient song. Years are coming when forever, War's dread banner shall be furled, And the angel, Peace, be welcomed, Regent of the happy world.

This was in an old book for community singing that I got when a one room schoolhouse closed down. The copyright is Alice in Montana See this thread for further information on this song, also known as "Years Are Coming. Alice in MT. Its in a little book called "The Ditty Bag", copyright who knows because the title page has been torn out.


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  4. Manual Il vento che mi porta lontano (Italian Edition).
  5. Cursed by your beauty rare Valley all a-bloom Cursed by the men you lure Out love to doom The Maremma is a fertile valley in Tuscany; the women curse its beauty because the men who work there die of malaria. It's a nice little book of international folk songs. I paid a buck for mine at a library book sale, and consider it a real "find. I think I got mine for a buck too. I hate it when people tear the title pages out of books. I have so many old books with no copyright dates. Date: 09 Dec 97 - AM Joe, how can you consider paying full price for a year-old used book a real find??

    Just kidding. Alice - Sicily is definitely part of Italy. As is Sardinia. All - keep 'em coming. I have more 3 verses to Funiculi, Funicula in, I guess, what must be a Napolitan dialect because I have the translation into Italian. While we weather the winter, let's sing about May. Il Cucu L'inverno se n'e andato, L'aprile non c'e piu E maggio e ritornato Al canto del cucu Cucu, cucu, L'aprile non c'e piu E maggio e ritornato Al canto del cucu Lassu per le montagne La neve non c'e piu, Comincia a fare il nido Il povero cucu La bella alla finestra La guarda in su e ingiu La spetta il fidanzato Al canto del cucu Te l'ho pur sempre detto Che maggia ha la victu De far sentir l:amore Al canto del cucu The Cuckoo's Welcome translation: Win Stracke The snows of March have left us, The cold of April, too, And now in May we welcome The bird that sings cuckoo Cuckoo, cuckoo To snow and cold adieu We sing a song to welcome The bird that sings cuckoo The calf now seeks it's mother The lamb doth seek the ewe While up above doth hover The bird that sings cuckoo So, listen all you maidens, When young men swear they're true Just join the birds in singing The songs that sings cuckoo judy.

    The matter is that recently I had a road accident, so I cannot surf the net as I would, and I have to stay away from the Cafe' for a while. I hope I will heal in a few weeks. Nothing too serious I hope. Rest, recover and rejoin us when you can. Thanks Wolfgang for two interesting sites. That's a fascinating story. Wolfgang, have you ever run across a fellow from Germany yeah, I know there are a lot of people there, but I might as well ask named Joseph Gregor?