"The Flower Duet" as written by Christy Carew and Leo Clement Philibert Delibes....
Under the dome epais Or the white jasmine A the pink sõassemble, On bank in flowers, Laughing in the morning, Viens, let us go down together. Gently let us slip; Of its charming flood Let us follow the Fuyant current; in Lõonde fremissante. Dõune hand nonchalante, Come, gain the edge Or the souree sleeps. And lõoiseau, Lõoiseau sings. Under the dome epais, Under the white jasmine, Ah! let us go down together



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"The Flower Duet" as written by Leo Delibes Noel Vine

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    General CommentI LOVE THIS SONG! What's cool is, my dad really likes it too. It's a very beautiful song.
    MrReallyBigBadManon April 06, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is my absolute faveorite song, without a doubt. I love the melody, and the whole feel of it. I even looked up the english translation. It is absolutely AWEsome.



    Under a dome of white jasmine
    With the roses entwined together
    On a river bank covered with flowers laughing in the morning

    Gently floating on it's charming risings
    On the river's current
    On the shining waves
    One hand reaches
    Reaches for the bank
    Where the spring sleeps and
    The birds, the birds sing.

    Under a dome of white jasmine
    Ah! calling us
    Together!

    Under a dome of white jasmine
    With the roses entwined together
    On a river bank covered with flowers laughing in the morning
    Let us descend together
    Gently floating on it's charming risings,
    On the river's current
    On the shining waves,
    One hand reaches,
    Reaches for the bank,
    Where the spring sleeps,
    And the birds, the birds sing.

    Under a dome of white jasmine
    Ah! calling us
    Together!
    music_psychoon April 06, 2006   Link

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