Historic Sheet Music Collection

Document Type

Score

Publication Date

1918

Comments

No More At Evening

Gypsy Song

English words by Augustus Post

Arranged by Maurice Nitke & Alexander Ivanoff

New York: S. Goldberg (1918)

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Lyrics:

[Verse 1]
To nie wieter wieetku klonit,
Nie dubrawushkaaa shumeet,
To moiuo serdechko stonet,
Kak ksenny list droszyt,
To moiyo serdechko stonet kak osenny list droszyt.

[Verse 1]
No wind bends the slender tree tops;
All the birds have gone to rest;
But my heart is thrilled and waking,
In my throbbing aching breast.
But my heart is thrilled and waking,
In my throbbing aching breast.

[Verse 2]
In my youth no troubles found me;
All my life was bright and gay;
But the tide of love and passion.
Swept my happiness away.

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