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Annie (A. Jacques / Leconte de Lisle) - bilingual

Composer
Year of composition
1998
Lyricist
Leconte de Lisle (1818-1894)
Publisher
Difficulty
Easy (Grades 1-3)
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Other
Instrumentation
Voice + guitar
Instrumental parts

Poem dated 1852. Literal translation (AJ): 1. The moon was not tarnished, The sky was full of stars; And me, I was on my way to meet Annie In the fields of barley and wheat,

Oh! The fields of barley and wheat!

2. The heart of my darling sweetheart Was strangely troubled. I kissed the tip of her plait In the fields of barley and wheat.

Oh! The fields of barley and wheat!

3. How fine was her hair! How quickly gone is a kiss! I was holding her against my chest, In the fields of barley and wheat,

Oh! The fields of barley and wheat!

4. Our rapture was infinite, And none of us had spoken… Oh! the sweet night, dear Annie, In the fields of barley and wheat,

Oh! The fields of barley and wheat!

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