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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1 Country - folk, Citizens, Beggar, Old Fortune - teller,Shepherd, Soldier, Students, &c.
2. We heard erewhile, unless I'm wrong, Voices well trained in chorus pealing?Certes, most choicely here must song Re - echo from this vaulted ceiling!Frosch
3. But with the grapes how was it, pray?
4. (Guests in Auerbach's Wine Cellar.)
5. (embracing him, and returning the kiss)
6. Still to watch on I had been well content, Thus to converse so learnedly withyou. But as to - morrow will be Easter - day, Some further questions grant, Ipray; With diligence to study still I fondly cling; Already I know much, butwould know everything.
1. Chorus of Angels
2. Let me alone! O'er a full glass you'll see, As easily I'll worm their secret out,As draw an infant's tooth. I've not a doubt That my two gentlemen are noblyborn, They look dissatisfied and full of scorn.Brander
3. Hurrah for wine and freedom still!
4. Alas! ill - fortune leads me here, Where riot still grows louder; And 'mong thewitches gather'd here But two alone wear powder!Young Witch
5. Mephistopheles (to Faust)
6. Ah, rich in sorrow, thou, Stoop thy maternal brow, And mark with pitying eyemy misery! The sword in thy pierced heart, Thou dost with bitter smart, Gazeupwards on thy Son's death agony. To the dear God on high, Ascends thypiteous sigh, Pleading for his and thy sore misery. Ah, who can know Thetorturing woe, The pangs that rack me to the bone? How my poor heart,without relief, Trembles and throbs, its yearning grief Thou knowest, thoualone! Ah, wheresoe'er I go, With woe, with woe, with woe, My anguish'dbreast is aching! When all alone I creep, I weep, I weep, I weep, Alas! myheart is breaking! The flower-pots at my window Were wet with tears ofmine, The while I pluck'd these blossoms, At dawn to deck thy shrine! Whenearly in my chamber Shone bright the rising morn, I sat there on my pallet, Myheart with anguish torn. Help! from disgrace and death deliver me! Ah! rich insorrow, thou, Stoop thy maternal brow, And mark with pitying eye mymisery!
2. I'm sorry I'm so blind But this I know - that you are very kind(They pass on.)
3. Of customers you'll have a rout.
6. In sprang the dog, indeed, observing naught; Things now assume anothershape, The devil's in the house and can't escape.Faust
1. My views, in spite of doubt and sneer, I hold with stout persistence, Inferringfrom the devils here, The evil one's existence.Idealist2. Ere long thou wilt proceed with pleasure, To raise the casket with its treasure;I took a peep, therein are stored, Of lion - dollars a rich hoard.Faust3. Bold is the venture, Costly the pay! Gaily the soldier Marches away.Faust and Wagner - Peasant Dances4、 Mark, of those flames the motley glare! A merry club assembles there. In asmall circle one is not alone.5、 Student
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