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Fenesta ca lucive

Language: Italian - Neapolitan (dialect)

Fenesta ca lucive e mo nun luce...
sign'è ca nénna mia stace malata...
S'affaccia la surella e mme lu dice:
Nennélla toja è morta e s'è atterrata...

Chiagneva sempe ca durmeva sola,
mo dorme co' li muorte accompagnata...

Va' dint''a cchiesa, e scuopre lu tavuto:
vide nennélla toja comm'è tornata...
Da chella vocca ca n'ascéano sciure,
mo n'esceno li vierme...Oh! che piatate!

Zi' parrocchiano mio, ábbece cura:
na lampa sempe tienece allummata...

Addio fenesta, rèstate 'nzerrata
ca nénna mia mo nun se pò affacciare...
Io cchiù nun passarraggio pe' 'sta strata:
vaco a lo camposanto a passíare!

'Nzino a lo juorno ca la morte 'ngrata,
mme face nénna mia ire a trovare!...


Submitted by Robert Uomini

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Musical settings (art songs, Lieder, mélodies, (etc.), choral pieces, and other vocal works set to this text), listed by composer (not necessarily exhaustive)


Text added to the website: 2008-02-06 00:00:00.
Last modified: 2014-06-16 10:02:35
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Word count: 112

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