Ciribiribin
(They're So In Love)
(1898/1935)
Carlo Tiochet (it)/Jerry Castillo (en) (w), Alberto Pestalozza (m)
Ciribiribin (They're So In Love)
1898/1935
Alberto Pestalozza (m)
Carlo Tiochet (it) (w), Jerry Castillo (en) (w)
VERSE
When the moon hangs low in Napoli
There's a handsome gondolier
Ev'ry night he sings so happily
So his lady love can hear
In a manner so bravissimo
He repears his serenade
And his heart beats so fortissimo
When she raises her Venetian shade.
Ciribiribin, chiribiribin, ciribiribin
Ciribiribin, he waits for her each night beneath her balcony
Ciribiribin, he begs to hold her tight, but no, she won't agree
Ciribiribin, she throws a rose and blows a kiss from up above
Ciribiribin, ciribiribin, ciribiribin, they're so in love
(Orchestral Interlude)
Ciribiribin, ciribiribin, ciribiribin, they're so in love
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