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    "Caruso" Lyrics

    Josh Groban

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    Qui dove il mare luccica e tira forte il vento
    Su una vecchia terrazza davanti al golfo di Surriento
    Un uomo abbraccia una ragazza dopo che aveva pianto
    Poi si schiarisce la voce e ricomincia il canto
    Te voglio bene assaie ma tanto tanto bene sai
    É una catena ormai che scioglie il sangue dint'e vene sai

    Vide le luci in mezzo al mare pensó alle notti lá in America
    Ma erano solo le lampare e la bianc scia di un'elica
    Senti il dolore nella musica si alzó dal pianoforte
    Ma quando vide la luna uscire da una nuvola
    Gli sembró piú dolce anche la morte
    Guardó negli occhi la ragazza quegli occhi verdi come il mare
    Poi all'improvviso usci una lacrima e lui credette di affogare
    Te voglio bene assaie ma tanto tanto bene sai
    É una catena ormai che scioglie il sangue dint'e vene sai

    Potenza della lirica dove ogni dramma é un falso
    Che con un pó di trucco e con la mimica puoi disventare un altro
    Ma due occhi che ti guardano cosi vicini e veri
    Ti fan scordare le parole confondono i pensieri
    Cosí diventa tutto piccolo anche le notti lá in America
    Ti volti e vedi la tua vita come lá scia di un'elica
    Ma si é la vita che finisce ma lui non ci pensó poi tanto
    Anzi si sentiva giá felice e ricominció il suo canto
    Te voglio bene assaie ma tanto tanto bene sai
    É una catena ormai che scioglie il sangue dint'e vene sai
    Te voglio bene assaie ma tanto tanto bene sai
    É una catena ormai che scioglie il sangue dint'e vene sai
    Thanks to Jerri for the contribution to this song.
    Copyright with Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group, Emi Music Publishing.
    Written by Dalla, Lucio.
    Lyrics licensed by LyricFind.

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       kkelley11590 says:
      016-03-2005 19:01
       
       Aniron22 says:
      005-01-2005 16:33
       
      Here's the translation from his concert 'Live at the Greek' There are only minor differences, but it makes more sense to me.

      Caruso

      Here, where the sea glistens
      and the wind blows strong,
      on an old terrace
      in front of the gulf of Sorrento,
      a man hugs a girl
      after she cries,
      then clears his voice
      and continues the song:

      I love you very much
      very, very much, you know;
      it is a chain by now
      that heats the blood inside the veins,
      you know...

      He saw the lights in the ocean,
      thought of the nights there in America,
      but it was just the lamp lights
      and the trail of a propeller.
      He felt the pain in the music
      and got up from the piano,
      but when he saw the moon
      coming out of a cloud,
      even death looked sweeter.
      He looked the girl in the eyes,
      green eyes like the ocean.
      Then suddenly a tear came
      and he thought he was drowning.

      I love you very much,
      very, very much, you know;
      it is a chain by now
      that heats the blood inside the veins,
      you know...

      The power of the lyric,
      where every drama is false;
      with a bit of make-up and pantomime
      you can become someone else.
      But two eyes staring at you,
      so close and so true,
      make you forget the words,
      they confuse your thoughts,
      so everything becomes so little,
      even the nights here in America.
      You turn and see your life
      like the trail of a propeller.
      Yes, it is life that ends
      and he didn't think about it much,
      and actually, he already felt happy
      and continued singing:

      I love you very much,
      very, very much, you know;
      it is a chain by now
      that heats the blood inside the veins,
      you know...






      012-11-2004 00:50
       
      translation

      Here, where the sea shines
      and the wind howls,
      on the old terrace
      beside the gulf of Sorrento,
      a man embraces a girl
      after the tears,
      then clears his throat
      and contines the song:
      I love you very much
      very, very much, you know;
      it is a chain by now
      that heats the blood inside the veins,
      you know...

      He saw the lights out on the sea,
      thought of the nights there in America,
      but they were only the fishermen's lamps
      and the white wash astern.
      He felt the pain in the music
      and stood up from the p iano,
      but when he saw the moon
      emergin from a cloud,
      death also seemed sweeter to him.
      He looked the girl in the eyes,
      those eyes as green as the sea.
      Then suddenly a tear fell
      and he believed he was drowning.

      I love you very much,
      very, very much, you know;
      it is a chain by now
      that heats the blood inside the veins,
      you know...

      The power of opera,
      where every drama is a hoax;
      with a little make-up and with mime
      you can become someone else.
      But two eyes that look at you,
      so close and real,
      make you forget the words,
      confuse your thoughts,
      so everything becomes small,
      also the nights there in America.
      You turn and see your life
      through the white wash astern.
      But, yes, it is life that ends
      and he did not think much about it,
      on the contrary, he already felt happy
      and continued his song:

      I love you very much,
      very, very much, you know;
      it is a chain by now
      that heats the blood inside the veins,
      you know...