Some Enchanted Evening


Sung by Ezio Pinza, Italian bass

Sung by Giorgio Tozzi, Italian bass

Some Enchanted Evening 某些迷人的夜晚
from the Broadway Musical “South Pacific”
Music by Richard Rodgers
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein
1949
Chinese Translation by Angela Lee

Some enchanted evening, you may see a stranger
在某些迷人的夜晚,你會一眼望見一位陌生人。
You may see a stranger, across a crowded room.
你會一眼望見一位陌生人,在那熱鬧的房間一端。
And somehow you know, you know even then,
你感到她似曾相識,煞時間你就會知到,
that somewhere you’ll see her, again and again.
你將會在那裡一次又一次見到她。

Some enchanted evening, someone may be laughing.
在某些迷人的夜晚,有人歡樂地在笑。
You may hear her laughing, across a crowded room.
你可能會聽到她的笑聲,從那熱鬧的房間一端傳來
And night after night, as strange as it seems,
而且夜復一夜,似乎很奇怪地,
the sound of her laughter, will sing in your dreams.
她的笑聲會常進入你的夢鄉。

Who can explain it, who can tell you why?
誰能解釋它呢?,誰又能告訴你為什麼呢?
Fools give you reasons, wise men never try!
傻瓜們會給你一些理由,聰明人永不會嘗試告訴你

Some enchanted evening, when you find your true love,
在某些迷人的夜晚,你會找到你的真愛,
when you feel her call you, across a crowded room.
當你感到她在那熱鬧的房間一端呼喚你,
Then fly to her side, and make her your own.
你就立刻飛奔到她身邊,擁有她。
For all through your life, you may dream all alone.
不然終極一生,你可能只有獨自做夢!。

Once you have found her, never let her go
一旦你找到了她,就絕不要讓她離去。
Once you have found her, never let her go!
一旦你找到了她,就絕不要讓她離去。

Some Enchanted Evening 在某個醉人的夜晚
Chinese Translation by 小獅子

在某個醉人的夜晚,
在擁擠的房間的另一端,
你會一眼就望見一位陌生人,
好像似曾相識又好像在那兒一再的見過她!
也許她笑了,
即使在擁擠的房間裡你還是聽得見她的笑聲!
而夜復一夜,
奇怪的是她的笑聲會一直在你的夢中出現!
誰能夠解釋?
誰又能給你答案?
傻子會給你很多理由,
聰明的人是不會嘗試告訴你的。
某個醉人的夜晚,
當你發現你的真愛,
當你感覺到她在擁擠的房間的另一端呼
喚你,那就飛到她身邊去吧,
讓她變成你的,
不然你窮極一生,
只能獨自作夢囉!
一旦你發現她,
千萬別讓她離去

Some Enchanted Evening Phrasing, as sung by Ezio Pinza

[ Instrumental:
A-cross a crowd-ed room / A-cross a crowd-ed room /
And some-how you know / And some-how you know ]

Some en-chan-ted eve-n-i-i-i-ng / You may see a stran-g-e-e-e-r /
You may see a stran-g-e-e-r / A-cross a crowd-ed r-oo-oo-m /
And some-how you kn-o-o-o-w / You know e-ven th-e-e-e-n /
That some-where you’ll see her / A-gain / and a-g-ai-ai-ai-n /

[ Dum da / dum da / dum da / dum da ]

Some en-chan-ted eve-n-i-i-i-ng / Some-one may be laugh-i-i-i-ng /
You may hear her laugh-i-i-ng / A-cross a crowd-ed r-oo-oo-m /
And night af-ter n-i-i-i-ght / As strange as it s-ee-ee-ee-ms /
The sound of her laugh-ter / Will sing in / your dr-ea-ea-ea-ms /

Who can ex-plain it / Who can tell you why? /
Fools give you rea-sons / Wise men never tr-y-y-y-y-y-y! /

Some en-chan-ted eve-n-i-i-i-ng / [ Some en-chan-ted eve-n-i-i-i-ng ]
When you find your true l-o-o-o-ve! / [ When you find your true l-o-o-o-ve! ]
When you feel her call you / A-cross a crow-ded r-oo-oo-m /
Then fly to her s-i-i-i-de / And make her your o-o-o-wn! /
Or all through your life / you may dream / all / a-l-o-o-o-ne /

Once you have found her / Ne-ver let her go /
Once you have found her / N-e-ev-e-er / l-e-e-t / h-e-e-r / g-o-o-o-o-o-o!

Some Enchanted Evening
Original Handwritten Score
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein
Music by Richard Rodgers

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