by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840 - 1893)

Priroda i lyubov`
Language: Russian (Русский) 
Smotri, smotri: po golubomu nebu vsply'vaet polnaya luna!
Kak e`ta noch`, kak e`ta noch` vesennej vlagi blagouxaniya,
polna blagouxan`ya!
Kak zvyozdy' bleshhut, zvyozdy' bleshhut,
otrazhayas` v volnax zhurchashhego ruch`ya!
I, slushaj, slushaj, izdali nesyotsya, izdali nesyotsya,
nesyotsya pesnya, pesnya solov`ya!

Sly'shu!

Skazhi, chto slashhe, chto polnej prirody' chisty'x naslazhdenij,
nam v nej odnoj najti pokoj ot bur` i zhizni trebolnenij!
Net, luchshe est`, net,

Skazhi, chto luchshe, chto polnej prirody' chisty'x naslazhdenij,
nam v nej odnoj najti pokoj ot bur` i zhizni trebolnenij;
Priroda, ty' prekrasna;
Skazhi, chto luchshe, chto polnej prirody' chisty'x naslazhdenij?
Pover`, lyublyu, lyublyu ya prelest` nochi, lyublyu polnochnuyu lunu,
Ax, chto za noch`!
Lyublyu i zvyozd sverkayushhie ochi, i e`tot mir, i e`tot mir i tishinu.
No ya sil`nee naslazhden`e lyublyu, lyublyu sredi nochnoj tishi;
svidan`ya tajnogo, tajnogo tomlen`ya,
pory'vy' strastny'e, strastny'e lyubvi, pory'vy' lyubvi!
Net, net.
Skazhi, chto slashhe, chto polnej lyubvi nevinny'x naslazhdenij,
skol`ko utex v nej my' najdyom ot bur` i zhizni trevolnenij,
By't` mozhet tak,
Ona prava.

Skazhi, chto slashhe, chto polnej lyubvi nevinny'x naslazhdenij,
Skol`ko utex v nej my' najdyom ot bur` i zhizni trevolnenij, 
Skol`ko utex v nej my' najdyom ot bur` i trevolnenij, 
Lyubov`, kak ty' prekrasna!

Skazhi, chto luchshe, chto polnej lyubvi nevinny'x naslazhdenij,
v nej uteshen`ya ishhem my' ot bur` i trevolnenij,
v nej uteshen`ya ishhem my' ot bur` i trevolnenij, ot bur` i trevolnenij.
Lyubov`! lyubov`! ax! kak ty' prekrasna!

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