Lyudmila Purgina

(Russian Federation)

Song, Heart in my breast... - translation (rus.)


From film 'The merry boys' ('Vesyolye rebyata')
Music: Isaak Dunaevsky
Text: Vasily Lebedev-Kumach
The original singer is Lyubov Orlova

1. I'm burning hot - I don't know why for? ...
Heart, do you know the truth?
Ah, why in love from the people we ought
Only one man to choose?

R.:
Heart in my breast
Beats like a bird's flapping
And I wish so to know my fate,
And I wish to be quite happy.

2. Joy sings a song, as a starling in sping,
Life's so warm and so bright.
If I had ten hearts, I'd surely give
All to him, only him.

R.


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Submitted: Monday, March 25, 2013

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