William Shakespeare lyrics

Song Title, Album, Language
LyricsTranslations
"Friends, Romans, countrymen" (Julius Caesar)EnglishGreek
All that glisters is not goldEnglish
The Merchant of Venice
All the World's a StageEnglishGerman
Greek
Ariel singsEnglish
The Tempest Act 1 Scene 2
Ariel's SongEnglish
The Tempest
Italian
Neapolitan
Be Fickle, FortuneEnglishGerman
Cleopatra's MonologueEnglish
Antony & Cleopatra (Act 4 Scene 15)
Croatian
Greek
Cressida's MonologueEnglish
Troilus and Cressida (Act 3 Scene 2)
Greek
Doubt Thou the Stars Are FireEnglish
Hamlet (Act 2, Scene 2)
Hebrew
Persian
Fear no more the heat o’ the sunEnglishItalian
Persian
Giddy Fortune’s Furious Fickle WheelEnglishGerman
Russian
HamletEnglish
Hamlet's SoliloquyEnglish
I know thee notEnglish
Henry IV part 2
King John (Libretto)English
Lady Anne MonologueEnglish
Richard III (Act 1 Scene 2)
Macbeth SoliloquyEnglish
Macbeth
Now, gods, stand up for bastardsEnglish
King Lear
Greek
Orpheus with his lute made treesEnglish
Henry VIII
Finnish
Our Remedies Oft In Ourselves Do LieEnglishGerman
Puck's Monologue If We Shadows have OffendedEnglishFinnish
Romeo and Juliet - Act 3 Scene 5English
Romeo and Juliet
Finnish
Shylock's monologueEnglish
The Merchant of Venice
Sigh No MoreEnglish
Much Ado about Nothing
Sonnet 1 From fairest creatures we desire increaseEnglish
Sonnet 10 For shame deny that thou bear'st love to anyEnglish
Sonnet 100English
Sonnet 101English
Sonnet 102English
Sonnet 103English
Sonnet 104English
Sonnet 105EnglishGerman
Romanian
Tongan
Sonnet 106English
Sonnet 107English
Sonnet 108English
Sonnet 109English
Sonnet 11 As fast as thou shalt wane so fast thou grow'stEnglishGerman
Tongan
Sonnet 110EnglishGerman
Romanian
Tongan
Sonnet 111English
Sonnet 112EnglishGerman
Indonesian
Ukrainian
Sonnet 113English
Sonnet 114EnglishGerman
Sonnet 115EnglishFrench
German
Sonnet 116English
Sonnet 117EnglishGerman
Romanian
Sonnet 118EnglishGerman
Sonnet 119EnglishGerman
Sonnet 12 When I do count the clock that tells the timeEnglish
Sonnet 120EnglishGerman
Sonnet 121EnglishFrench
German
Sonnet 122EnglishGerman
Tongan
Sonnet 123EnglishGerman
Sonnet 124EnglishGerman
Sonnet 125EnglishGerman
Sonnet 126EnglishFrench
German
Sonnet 127EnglishGerman
Italian
Neapolitan
Sonnet 128EnglishChinese #1 #2
German
Sonnet 129English
Sonnet 13 O that you were yourself, but love you areEnglishGerman
Romanian
Tongan
Sonnet 130English
Sonnet 131EnglishGerman
Sonnet 132EnglishGerman
Romanian
Sonnet 133EnglishGerman
Sonnet 134EnglishGerman
Sonnet 135English
Sonnet 136EnglishGerman
Sonnet 137EnglishGerman
Sonnet 138English
Sonnet 139EnglishGerman
Sonnet 14 Not from the stars do I my judgement pluckEnglishGerman
Tongan
Sonnet 140EnglishGerman
Sonnet 141EnglishGerman
Tongan
Sonnet 142EnglishGerman
Romanian
Sonnet 143EnglishGerman
Sonnet 144EnglishGerman
Romanian
Sonnet 145EnglishGerman
Sonnet 146EnglishGerman
Sonnet 147English
Sonnet 148EnglishGerman
Russian
Tongan
Sonnet 149EnglishGerman
Sonnet 15 When I consider everything that growsEnglish
Sonnet 150EnglishGerman
Serbian
Sonnet 151EnglishGerman
Sonnet 152EnglishGerman
Sonnet 153EnglishGerman
Sonnet 154EnglishGerman
Tongan
Sonnet 16 But wherefore do not you a mightier wayEnglishGerman
Tongan
Sonnet 17 Who will believe my verse in time to comeEnglish
Sonnet 18 Shall I compare thee to a Summer's day?English
Sonnet 19 Devouring time blunt thou the lion's pawsEnglish
Sonnet 2 When forty winters shall besiege thy browEnglish
Sonnet 20 A woman's face with nature's own handEnglishGerman
Tongan
Sonnet 21 So is it not with me as with that MuseEnglishGerman
Romanian
Tongan
Sonnet 22 My glass shall not persuade me I am oldEnglishGerman
Tongan
Sonnet 23 As an unperfect actor on the stageEnglish
Sonnet 24 Mine eye hath played the painterEnglishGerman
Tongan
Sonnet 25 Let those who are in favour with their starsEnglish
Sonnet 26 Lord of my love, to whom in vassalageEnglishGerman
Tongan
Sonnet 27 Weary with toil, I haste me to my bedEnglish
Sonnet 28 How can I then return in happy plightEnglishFrench
German
Tongan
Sonnet 29 When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyesEnglish
Sonnet 3 Look in thy glass and tell the face thou viewestEnglish
Sonnet 30 When to the sessions of sweet silent thoughtEnglish
Sonnet 31English
Sonnet 32EnglishGerman
Sonnet 33EnglishGerman
Italian
Sonnet 34EnglishGerman
Romanian
Sonnet 35EnglishGerman
Romanian
Russian
Sonnet 36EnglishGerman
Sonnet 37EnglishGerman
Sonnet 38EnglishGerman
Romanian
Sonnet 39EnglishGerman
Sonnet 4 Unthrifty loveliness why dost thou spendEnglish
Sonnet 40English
Sonnet 41EnglishGerman
Sonnet 42EnglishGerman
Romanian #1 #2
Sonnet 43EnglishFrench
German
Sonnet 44English
Sonnet 45EnglishGerman
Italian
Neapolitan
Sonnet 46EnglishGerman
Italian
Neapolitan
Sonnet 47EnglishGerman
Sonnet 48EnglishFrench
German
Sonnet 49English
Sonnet 5 Those hours that with gentle work did frameEnglish
Sonnet 50English
Sonnet 51EnglishGerman
Sonnet 52EnglishGerman
Sonnet 53EnglishGerman
Sonnet 54EnglishGerman
Sonnet 55EnglishGerman
Romanian
Sonnet 56EnglishGerman
Sonnet 57EnglishGerman
Romanian #1 #2
Sonnet 58EnglishGerman
Sonnet 59EnglishGerman
Sonnet 6 Then let not winter's ragged hand defaceEnglish
Sonnet 60English
Sonnet 61EnglishGerman
Russian
Sonnet 62English
French
German #1 #2 #3
Hungarian
Romanian #1 #2 #3
Spanish #1 #2
+8
Sonnet 63EnglishGerman
Sonnet 64English
Sonnet 65English
Sonnet 66English
Sonnet 67EnglishGerman
Sonnet 68EnglishGerman
Romanian
Sonnet 69EnglishGerman
Sonnet 7 Lo in the Orient when the gracious lightEnglish
Sonnet 70EnglishGerman
Sonnet 71English
French #1 #2 #3 #4 #5 #6 #7
German #1 #2 #3 #4 #5
Italian
Romanian #1 #2 #3
Turkish
+15
Sonnet 72EnglishDutch
German
Sonnet 73English
Sonnet 74English
Sonnet 75EnglishDutch
German
Hungarian
Sonnet 76English
Sonnet 77EnglishGerman
Sonnet 78EnglishGerman
Sonnet 79EnglishGerman
Italian
Sonnet 8 Music to hear, why hear'st thou music sadly?English
Sonnet 80EnglishGerman
Sonnet 81EnglishGerman
Sonnet 82EnglishGerman
Sonnet 83EnglishGerman
Sonnet 84EnglishGerman
Sonnet 85EnglishGerman
Sonnet 86EnglishGerman
Sonnet 87EnglishGerman
Sonnet 88EnglishFrench
German
Sonnet 89EnglishGerman
Sonnet 9 Is it for fear to wet a widows eyeEnglishGerman
Romanian
Tongan
Sonnet 90English
Sonnet 91English
Sonnet 92English
Sonnet 93English
Sonnet 94English
Sonnet 95English
Sonnet 96EnglishGerman
Italian
Neapolitan
Sonnet 97English
Sonnet 98EnglishGerman
Italian
Neapolitan
Sonnet 99EnglishGerman
Italian
Neapolitan
Sonnet VIII Music to hearEnglishGreek
Italian
Neapolitan
Spoken by Marc AnthonyEnglish
Julius Caesar
Italian
Spanish
Spoken by UlyssesEnglish
Troilus and Cressida
St Crispin's Day speechEnglish
The Phoenix and the TurtleEnglish
The rape of Lucrece (1121-1148)EnglishGreek
The rape of Lucrece (1751-1771)EnglishGreek
They met me in the day of successEnglish
Macbeth
When that I was and a little tiny boyEnglish
Twelfth Night
William Shakespeare also performedTranslations
James Raynard - Cuckolds all a-RowEnglish
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