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Chansons espagnoles

Word count: 139

Song Cycle by Enrique Granados y Campiña (1867 - 1916)

Original language: Canciones españolas

1. Si tu m'emmènes au Retiro

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

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Si tu m'emmènes au Retiro,
Au milieu de tant de beaux hommes,
Dans la nuit ne dis pas
Que tu te sens très mal.
Car le mari qui montre
Ce qu'il devrait garder
Ne devrait pas s'étonner
D'avoir mal au front.


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2. Chanson gitane

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

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Ah, chère mère de mon corps,
On m'a volé ma gitane !
Cela me rend triste, mère de mon âme,
Parce que j'ai perdu ma belle.

Chère belle de ma vie,
Ton cœur ne te fait pas souffrir,
Ah, chère mère de mon corps,
On m'a volé ma gitane !

Ah, chère mère de mon corps,
Je ne sais pas ce qui m'arrive !
Sans ma chère petite je deviens fou;
Et mon cœur me brûle.

Chère belle de ma vie,
Ton cœur ne ressent rien.
Ah, chère mère de mon corps,
On m'a volé ma gitane !


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