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Due canti populari

Word count: 66

Song Cycle by (Karl) Georg Göhler (1874 - 1954)

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. Parte la nave [ sung text checked 1 time]

Language: Italian (Italiano)

Translation(s): GER

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Parte la nave, 
spiegar le vele,
vento crudele 
mi fa partir.
  Addio, Amanda, 
  Amanda, addio,
  piacendo a Dio
  to rivedrò;
  non piangi, bella, 
  non piangi, no!
  che al mio 
  ritorno ti sposerò.

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Vado a Levante, vado a Ponente; si trovo gente, ti scriverò. Addio, Amanda, Amanda, addio, etc.

Confirmed with Italienisches Liederbuch von Paul Heyse, Berlin, Verlag von Wilhelm Herz, 1860, page 281.


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