Au Clair de la Lune

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Au Clair de la Lune
by Charles Marie Widor
"Au Clair de la Lune" is a French folk song of the eighteenth century. The original author is unknown.— Excerpted from Au Clair de la Lune on Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
SECONDO
PRIMO

SECONDO

Pierrot

(Au clair de la lune)

In the silver moonlight,
  Oh Pierrot my friend,
I would now a word write,
  Thy pen prithee lend!
Candlelight has vanished,
  And no fire I see,
Open wide the door, then,
  If thou lovest me.


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