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June 12, 2006

Moscow Nights – Helmut Lotti

Filed under: Uncategorized — tuexorcist @ 2:06 am

Dạo này tớ đang nghe Helmut Lotti, tự dưng phát hiện ra bản tiếng Anh của ca khúc “Chiều Matxcơva” nổi tiếng. Bản tiếng Nga, bản tiếng Việt thì chắc mọi người đều biết hết cả rồi, nhưng bản tiếng Anh thì có lẽ là ít người biết đấy. Thêm nữa, giọng hát của Helmut Lotti tuyệt cực, rất manly, rất quyến rũ. Ca khúc “Moscow Nights” được rút từ album “From Russia With Love”.

Moscow nights

Moscow Nights – Helmut Lotti
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Stillness in the grove
Not a rustling sound
Softly shines the moon clear and bright
Dear, if you could know
How I treasure so
This most beautiful Moscow Night

Lazily the brook like a silvery stream
Ripples in the light of the moon
And a song afar fades as in a dream
In this night that will end too soon
Yes a song afar fades as in a dream
In this night that will end too soon

Dearest, why so sad, why the downcast eyes
And your lovely head bent so low
Oh, I mustn’t speak, though I’d love to say
That you’ve stolen my heart away

Promise me my love, as the dawn appears
And the darkness turns into light
That you’ll cherish dear, through the passing years
This most beautiful Moscow Night

Say you’ll cherish dear through the passing years
This most beautiful Moscow Night

3 Comments »

  1. amazing!
    I love this version🙂

    Comment by ♥Perit♥ — June 12, 2006 @ 4:17 am | Reply

  2. so beautiful…

    Comment by Simi — June 12, 2006 @ 12:46 pm | Reply

  3. He^ he^, thanks alot…

    Comment by NAM_LUN_DI_DONG — July 3, 2006 @ 7:16 am | Reply


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