Moj golos dlja tebja i laskovyj i tomnyj
Language: Russian (Русский) 
Available translation(s): ENG FRE
[Moj]1 golos dlja tebja i laskovyj i tomnyj
Trevožit pozdnoe molčan'e noči tëmnoj.
[Bliz loža moego pečal'naja sveča
Gorit;]2 [moi stichi, slivajas' i žurča,
Tekut, ruč'i ljubvi, tekut, polny toboju.]3
Vo [t'me]4 [tvoi glaza blistajut predo mnoju]5,
Mne ulybajutsja, i zvuki slyšu ja:
[Moj drug]6, moj nežnyj drug... ljublju... tvoja... tvoja!...

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1 Gretchaninov: "Твой" ("Tvoj")
2 omitted by Rimsky-Korsakov
3 Musorgsky: "мои слова сливаясь и журча,/ Текут... ручьи любви, полны тобой" ("moji slova slivajas' i zhurcha, / Tekut... ruch'i ljubvi, polny toboj!" ; Rimsky-Korsakov: "мои слова сливаясь и журча,/ Текут..." ("Moji slova slivajas' i zhurcha, / Tekut... "); Rubinstein: "мои стихи текут сливаясь и журча,/ Текут... ручьи любви, полны тобой" ("moji stikhi tekut slivajas' i zhurcha, / Tekut... ruch'i ljubvi, polny toboj!") ; Gretchaninov: "мои стихи, сливаясь и журча,/ Текут, ручьи любви, текут, полны тобой" ("moji stikhi, slivajas' i zhurcha, / Tekut, ruch'i ljubvi, tekut, polny toboj.")
4 Musorgsky: "тьме ночной " ("t'me nochnoj")
5 Musorgsky, Rubinstein: "твои глаза, блистают предо мною" ("tvoji glaza, blistajut predo mnoj"); Rimsky-Korsakov: "глаза твои, блистая предо мною " ("glaza tvoji, blistaja predo mnoju")
6 Rimsky-Korsakov: "Мой милый друг" ("Moj milyj drug")

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  • ENG English (Sergey Rybin) , copyright © 2015, (re)printed on this website with kind permission
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