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NEAPOLITAN LOVE SONG (Victor Herbert (m) Henry Blossom Jr (l) 1915) as recorded by Richard Crook with The Victor Orchestra August 24th 1932 'Tis evening and the sun is at rest, The shadows now fall. In the heavens a radiant star is shining And softly, as the night drops her sable mantle o'er all, There's a nightingale singing of his love for a rose. Madly my heart is beating As I long for my hour of meeting. Vision of beauty and grace, I await your embrace. Ah! Vien! Seimia! Sweet one, how my heart is yearning Ever with you to be. Love light in your dear eyes burning, Steadfast, faithful and true to me, tell me; When shall I again caress you, Kiss you, only tell me when? Ah me, I long to press you, Darling, fondly within my arms again! When shall I again caress you, Kiss you, only tell me when? Ah me, I long to press you, Darling, fondly within my arms again! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - April 2017)

    


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