Bells (Campanas)

Spanish

Campanas

Gringoire:
No suenan las campanas
La catedral se callo
Quasimodo es infeliz
Quasimodo se enamoro
 
Frollo:
El hace huelga de campanas desde hace tres dias
El se quedo muy triste tal vez se ha vuelto loco
 
Ambos:
Tal vez se muere de amor
 
Quasimodo:
Campanas que yo toco
Son mis amores
Son mis amantes
Las hago pregonar
Y repicar
Hasta que canten
Que al granizar
Al llover o con viento
Tendran que redoblan
En la alegria y en el tormento
 
Sonaran al nacer
Doblaran al morir
Las del amanecer y las del anochecer
Taneran al reir
Tocaran al llorar
Hasta cuando todo el pueblo se va a levantar
En la fiesta mayor
En la Natividad
En el dia de Quasimodo en cualquier santoral
En la Anunciacion
En la Resurreccion
El domingo de Pascua en cualquier memorial
Si hay celebracion
O si hay procesion
En el dia del corupus que es la fiesta de Dios
Y por el Ano Nuevo
Por la misa del Gallo
Al caer lenguas de fuego y en Pentecostes
En la confirmacion
Y en la comunion
Dies irae dies illa para un funeral
Para la ascencion
Para la asuncion
Aleluyas y hosannas y el juicio final
 
Mas las que yo prefiero
De mis mujeres de hierro
Son las tres Marias
Mis mejores amigas
Aqui esta Maria la pequena
Para un nino que se entierra
Otra es Maria la alta
Para el marino que se marcha
Y esta s Maria la gorda
Para los novias que se casan
Cuando los veo en el altar
Mi corazon se echa a llorar
 
Porque envidia me dan
Porque amandose estan
Cuando a mi cualquier mujer nunca me mirara
Muy unidos se ven
Y volando se van
Rodeados de estrellas al cielo se iran
Las campanas son mias
Kirie eleison
Dies irae Dies illa, Hosanna y Amen
La campana feliz, la campana infeliz
Las campanas que jamas han tocado por mi
Campanas que yo toco
Sois mis amores, sois mis amantes
Os quiero oir sonar
Por si Esmeralda aun vive
Que sepa el mundo que Quasimodo ama a Esmeralda
 
Submitted by Natoska on Wed, 27/01/2016 - 12:55
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Bells

Gringoire:
Bells don't ring
The Cathedral is silent
Quasimodo is unhappy
Quasimodo fell in love
 
Frollo:
He's been striking on the bells for three days
He is very sad; perhaps he has gone mad
 
Both:
Maybe he is dying of love
 
Quasimodo:
The bells I ring
Are my loves
Are my lovers
I make them proclaim
And resound
Until they sing
When it hails,
When it rains, or when it's windy
They will ring and ring
In joy and in anguish
 
They will ring in birth
They will ring in death
At dawn and at dusk
They will ring when there's laughter
They will ring when there's crying
When will the people rise up ?
In the main patronal festivity 1
At Christmas
On Quasimodo's saint day, or any saint's day
On Annunciation day
For Resurrection
On Easter Sunday, any commemoration
If there is a celebration
Or a religious procession
On Corpus Christi, God's celebration
And on occasion of the New Year
The mass at midnight on Christmas Eve
In the joy and fire of the Holy Spirit, at Pentecost
At confirmations
At first communions
Dies irae, dies illa , 2 during a funeral
Also on Ascension Day
And on Assumption Day
Hallelujahs, hosannas, and Judgment Day
 
But the ones I love best
Out of my beloved wives of iron
Are the three Marys
My best friends
Here is Mary, the youngest
For a small child's burial
Another one is Mary, the tall one
For the seafarer who goes away
And this is fat Mary
For the brides who get married
When I see the bride and groom
My heart starts to weep
 
Because I feel envy of them
Because they are loving each other,
Whereas no woman will ever look at me
They look so united
And off they go, flying
Surrounded by stars, they're off to heaven
The bells are mine
Kyrie eleison 3
Dies irae Dies illa , hosanna, amen
The happy bell, the unhappy bell
The bells that never rang for me
Bells that I make ring
You are my beloved ones, your are my lovers
I want to hear you ring
In case that Esmeralda is still alive
Let the world know that Quasimodo loves Esmeralda
 
Submitted by rainymoon on Wed, 02/08/2017 - 19:32
Added in reply to request by Zarina01
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[Note: All of the days, feasts, solemnities, rites and sacraments that are mentioned in the lyrics are according to the Roman Catholic tradition of Christianity. Articles on all of these are found in Wikipedia, should the need for clarification arise.]

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