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Douze chansons espagnoles

Word count: 926

Song Cycle by Joaquín Rodrigo Vidre (1901 - 1999)

Original language: Doce Canciones Españolas

1. Vive la mariée et le marié !

Language: French (Français) after the Spanish (Español)

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Vive la mariée et le marié,
et le curé qui les a mariés,
et le curé qui les a mariés!
Vive la mariée et le marié,
et les mères qui les ont portés,
et les mères qui les ont portés,
et le curé qui les a mariés,
Et le parrain et la marraine,
les invités et moi,
les invités et moi !


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2. De Ronda

Language: French (Français) after the Spanish (Español)

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Petite pomme colorée,
Pourquoi ne tombes-tu pas par terre ?
Toute la vie j'ai marché,
Délicieuse,
Pour t'attraper et je ne peux pas !

À l'intérieur de mon cœur j'ai
Deux escaliers en verre :
Par l'un monte le désir,
Délicieuse,
Par l'autre descend l'affection.


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3. Une petite colombe blanche

Language: French (Français) after the Spanish (Español)

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Une petite colombe blanche
comme la neige,
descend à la rivière pour boire de l'eau,
elle veut se baigner.
Colombe, si tu vas à la montagne,
sache que je suis chasseur.
Si je tire un coup et que je tues,
pour toi sera la douleur,,
colombe blanche
comme la neige.


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4. Chanson de danse avec tambourin

Language: French (Français) after the Spanish (Español)

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Dans la mer, il y a un poisson,
qui a des taches vertes,
dans cette ville il y a un jeune homme
qui veut toutes les filles.
Dans la rivière, dans la rivière, je lavais,
dans la rivière, un soldat m'a dit :

Si tu veux venir avec moi,
Je te monte sur mon cheval,
si tu veux venir avec moi,
je te monte sur mon cheval.
Je lui dis : je ne veux pas et ne peux pas.


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5. Pourquoi je joue du tambourin

Language: French (Français) after the Spanish (Español)

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Pourquoi je joue du tambourin,
Ma mère se plaint
Parce que je déchire corsage
tablier et  jupe.
Viens me voir, Manuel de mon âme,
Viens me voir, que je sois ta femme.

Au milieu de la place,
au milieu, au milieu,
Il y a un lierre
où je me prends.
Viens me voir, Manuel de mon âme,
Viens me voir, que je sois ta femme.


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6. Taratata

Language: French (Français) after the Spanish (Español)

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Taratata ! Si tu viens à une heure,
Tu verra l'enfant Jésus dans le berceau,
Et la crèche de Bethléem,
Il n'y a pas, taratata,
Comment adorer l'enfant Jésus,
Il n'y a pas, taratata,
Comment adorer l'enfant Jésus,

Taratata ! Si tu viens à deux heures,
Tu verras le fils de Dieu,
Et la crèche de Bethléem, (etc.)

Taratata ! Si tu viens à trois heures,
Tu verras l'enfant Jésus une autre fois,
Et la crèche de Bethléem, (etc.)

Taratata ! Si tu viens à quatre heures,
Tu verras l'enfant Jésus dans sa chambre,
Et la crèche de Bethléem, (etc.)

Taratata ! Si tu viens à cinq heures,
Tu donneras à l'enfant Jésus une bise,
Et la crèche de Bethléem, (etc.)

Taratata ! Si tu viens à six heures,
Tu verras l'âne et le bœuf,
Et la crèche de Bethléem, (etc.)

Taratata ! Si tu viens à sept heures,
Tu porteras à l'enfant Jésus un petit gâteau roulé,
Et la crèche de Bethléem, (etc.)

Taratata ! Si tu viens à huit heures,
Tu porteras à l'enfant Jésus un biscuit,
Et la crèche de Bethléem, (etc.)

Taratata ! Si tu viens à neuf heures,
Redresse la gourde et bois,
Et la crèche de Bethléem, (etc.)

Taratata ! Si tu viens à dix heures,
Reviens pour boire une autre fois,
Et la crèche de Bethléem, (etc.)

Taratata ! Si tu viens à onze heures,
Tu verras l'enfant Jésus de bronze,
Et la crèche de Bethléem, (etc.)

Taratata ! Si tu viens à douze heures
Dis à l'enfant Jésus de se réjouir,
Et la crèche de Bethléem, (etc.)


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7. Dans les montagnes d'Asturie

Language: French (Français) after the Spanish (Español)

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Dans les montagnes d'Asturie
J'ai vu une fille d'Asturie,
De quatorze ou quinze ans,
Qui arrosait son jardin.
Un cavalier passa, il demanda une fleur,
Et la belle d'Asturie lui dit non.

Rencontre Dieu, asturienne,
Tu dois me le payer ;
Pour la question d'une fleur,
Je dois te tuer.
Un cavalier passa, il demanda une fleur,
Et la belle d'Asturie lui dit non.


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Language: French (Français) after the Andalusian

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Alors que j'étais dans ma pâture,
J'allais vers la hameau
Pour voir la fête du Corpus Christi,
Qu'on disait être si bien.
Ay, va, très bien, va,
Du Corpus Christi ils l'appellent, brunette
Du Corpus Christi ils l'appellent, c'est sûr.
Ay, va, très bien, va !


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9. Adèle

Language: French (Français) after the Spanish (Español)

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Une jolie fille,
nommée Adèle, nommée Adèle,
l'amour de Juan
la rend malade, et elle savait
que son amie Dolorès le divertit.
Le temps a passé,
et la pauvre Adèle, et la pauvre Adèle,
devint de plus en plus pâle,
Et de plus en plus malade ; et elle savait
Qu'elle allait mourir de son amour.


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10. À Jerez de la Frontera

Language: French (Français) after the Spanish (Español)

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À Jerez de la Frontera
vivait un honnête meunier
qui gagnait sa vie
avec un moulin loué ;
mais il était marié
à une fille
comme une rose,
comme elle était si belle,
le nouveau maire
tomba amoureux d'elle.

À Jerez de la Frontera,
la meunière riait,
et disait au maire
qui lui demandait de l'aimer :
« Ah, tu es drôle,
très généreux,
très enjôleur,
et aussi un gentleman
mais j'aime mon meunier,
il me possède. »


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11. Saint Joseph et Marie

Language: French (Français) after the Andalusian

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Saint Joseph et Marie vont à travers la Terre Sainte
Pour accomplir l'ordre que César a donné,
Bien qu'avec eux soit le roi du ciel et de la terre,
Ils se prêtent avec joie  à accomplir l'ordre.
Par cela ils nous disent qu'à l'autorité
Les grands et les petits sont soumis.


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12. Berceuse

Language: French (Français) after the Spanish (Español)

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À ta porte, Teresa,
Chante un canari,
Lance-lui des graines
Pour qu'il chante clairement.

Coucou, coucou,
Chantons,
Chantons un peu, coucou,
Car au pied du lit
Pleure l'enfant de la ouh,
Et sa mère lui dit :
Dodo, dodo,
Chut, ne pleure pas,
Car le diable arrive,
Chantons un peu, coucou.

Dodo, dodo,
Mon enfant dort ;
Mon enfant dort, dodo,
Dodo, mon enfant dort.


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