"A Question of Honour" as written by and Frank Peterson....
Ebbene?N'andrò lontana
Come va l'eco della pia camana
Là, fra la neve bianca
Là, fra le nubi d'or
Là, dov'è la speranza, la speranza
Il rimpianto, il rimpianto, e il dolor!

(Esta parte só é cantada no show la luna)
Ebbene? N'andrò lontana
Là, dov'è la speranza, la speranza
Il rimpianto
Sola e lontana!

Two men collide
When two men collide, when two men collide
It's a question of honour
Two men collide
When two men collide, when two men collide
It's a question of honour
Two men collide
When two men collide, when two men collide

If you win or you lose, it's a question of honour
And the way that you choose, it's a question of honour

I can't tell what's wrong or right
If black is white or day is night
But I know when two men collide
It's a question of honour

If you win or you lose, it's a question of honour
And the way that you choose, it's a question of honour
If you win or you lose, it's a question of honour
And the way that you choose, it's a question of honour

I can't tell what's wrong or right
If black is white or day is night
I know when two men collide
It's a question of honour

Ebbene? N'andrò lontana
Come l'eco della pia campana
Là, fra la neve bianca
Là, fra le nubi d'or
N'andrò, n'andrò sola e lontana!
E fra le nubi d'or!


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"A Question of Honour" as written by Frank Peterson

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    General CommentThis is one of the best examples or sarah's unique and extraordinary talent to mix classical opera music with modern sounds and beats, this is just awesome, I like the tradition between her opera singing to her soft melodic voice and then back to opera, also I like the effect of thunders in the background and the violins throughtout the piece, I'd like to know what the opera part means ad how it relates to the rest of the lyrics....
    kryptoncolomoon February 20, 2010   Link

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