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Help me. Help me or I'm dead.
We are here to defend you.
We are here to defend you.
Here is the culprit who has offended you.
He'll be punished by me.
- Die, sinner. - What are you doing?
- Die, vile one. - What are you doing?
- Die, I say! - What are you doing?
Don't hope.
The offender believes,
the offender believes,
the offender believes
that with this fraud he can hide his wickedness,
his wickedness.
Donna Elvira!
Yes, evil one?
Don Ottavio!
Yes, sir!
You believe.
- Traitor! - Traitor!
We know everything.
We know everything.
We know everything.
We know everything.
We know everything.
Everything!
Everything!
Everything!
Tremble, evil man.
- My head is confused. - His head is confused.
Tremble, evil man!
- I don't know what I'm doing. - He doesn't know what he's doing.
- A horrible tempest. - A horrible tempest.
- God is threatening me. - God is threatening him.
Tremble, evil man!
My head is confused. I don't know what I'm doing.
Hear the thunder of revenge.
His head is confused, he doesn't know what he's doing.
And a horrible tempest God is threatening me.
Hear the thunder of revenge crackling all around you.
On your head this day the thunderbolt will fall.
The thunderbolt will fall.
My head is confused, I don't know what I'm doing.
A horrible tempest, God, is threatening me.
A horrible tempest, God, is threatening me.
Hear the thunder of revenge crackling all around you.
On your head this day
the thunderbolt will fall.
- But my courage doesn't fail me. - But his courage doesn't fail him.
Hear the thunder!
- I'm not lost. I'm not confused. - He's not lost. He's not confused.
Hear the thunder!
Oh, you buffoon, don't bother me.
No, Master, I will not stay.
- Listen to me, friend. - I'm leaving, I tell you.
But what have I done that makes you want to leave?
Oh, nothing at all! You nearly murdered me!
Go on, you're mad. It was a joke.
And I'm not joking, but I want to go.
- You buffoon. Listen to me, friend. - No, Master. I'm going, I tell you.
- Go on, you're mad. - No!
- Go on, you're mad! - No!
- I will not stay, no! I will not stay, yes! - Go on, you're mad!
- Go on, you're mad! - Yes!
Yes, I want to go, yes!
Yes, I want to go!
- Oh, you buffoon. - No, Master.
- Don't bother me. - I will not stay.
- Go on, you're mad! - I'm not joking.
- It was a joke. - I want to go.
- It was a joke. - I want to go.
Leporello.
Sir?
Come here, let's make peace, catch!
- What? - Four doubloons.
Listen, this time I will accept out of politeness,
but don't make a habit out of it.
Don't think you can seduce the likes of me, with money, as you do women.
Let's talk no more of that.
Have you spirit enough to do what I tell you?
Provided we give up women.
Give up women! You're mad!
Give up women.
You know that for me they are more important than the bread I eat
or the air I breathe.
And you have the heart to deceive them all?
It's all love.
Any man who is faithful to one is cruel toward all the others.
l, having so much affection, love them all.
And since women cannot fathom my good nature, they call it deceit.
I have never seen
such a vast and benevolent nature.
- So what do you want? - Listen.
- Have you seen Donna Elvira's maid? - No.
You've missed something very beautiful, my dear Leporello.
Now I am going to try my luck with her.
As evening is upon us, I thought I might present myself to her
dressed as you, in order to whet her appetite.
And why can't you present yourself in your own clothes?
With people of that rank, courtly clothes bring little esteem.
Hurry up, come on.
Sir, for several reasons...
Stop, I won't bear opposition!
Be silent, unjust heart.
Don't throb so in my breast.
He is merciless.
A deceiver.
It's wrong to feel pity.
It's wrong to feel pity.
Quiet. I hear the voice of Donna Elvira!
I'll seize the opportunity.
You stay there.
You stay there.
Elvira, my love.
Elvira, my love.
Is that the ingrate?
Yes, my dear, it's me.
And I ask your understanding.
- Heavens, what a strange feeling - Wait and see, the madwoman
- Is rekindled in my breast, - Will fall for it again.
- Is rekindled in my breast. - She'll fall for it again.
Come down, beautiful jewel.
Oh, beautiful jewel.
You'll see, you are the one
my soul adores.
I have now repented.
- No, I don't believe you, scoundrel! - Ah, believe me!
- No, I don't believe you, scoundrel! - Ah, believe me!
- No, I don't believe you, scoundrel! - Ah, believe me!
I don't believe you!
- I'll kill myself! - Lf you go on, I'll laugh.
- I'll kill myself! - Lf you go on, I'll laugh.
- I'll kill myself! - Lf you go on, I'll laugh.
- My love, come. - Laugh, laugh.
- What a trial this is! - I hope she will fall for it quickly.
- I don't know whether to go or to stay. - His lying lips!
- Protect, oh, gods! - Protect!
A greater talent
than mine you'll never find,
- My na´vetÚ, na´vetÚ. - Her na´vetÚ, na´vetÚ.
What a trial this is!
- What a trial this is! - I hope she will fall for it quickly.
- I don't know if I'll stay! - What a beautiful coup this is!
- I don't know if I'll go! - What a beautiful coup!
- What a trial this is! - I hope she will fall for it quickly!
- I don't know whether to go or to stay. - What a beautiful coup this is.
- Protect! - A greater talent
than mine, you cannot find.
A greater talent,
Her na´vetÚ, na´vetÚ.
than mine, you cannot find.
- Na´vetÚ, - Na´vetÚ,
- Na´vetÚ. - Na´vetÚ.
Friend, what do you think?
I think you have a heart of stone.
Go on, you great blockhead!
Listen carefully.
When she comes, you run and embrace her.
Give her a few caresses, mimic my voice.
Then, slyly, take her someplace else.
- But, sir... - No more talk!
- Suppose she recognizes me? - She won't if you don't want her to.
Quiet, she's coming. Be careful.
Here I am.
- We'll see what happens. - What a mess!
Can I believe that my tears have won his heart?
That my beloved Don Giovanni has repented
and has returned to his duty and to my love?
Yes, my lovely.
Cruel one! If you knew how many tears and how many sighs you cost me.
- Truly, my dear? - You.
Poor girl. I'm so sorry.
- You won't run away from me anymore? - No, my dear little moper.
- Will you always be mine? - Always.
My darling.
My darling!
I'm enjoying this.
My treasure!
My Venus!
I'm all on fire for you.
I am all ashes.
The rascal is warming up.
And you won't deceive me?
No, certainly.
Swear to me.
I swear by this hand which I kiss in ecstasy,
inspired by those beautiful eyes.
You're dead!
Oh, heavens!
While fortune is with me, let us see.
Those are the windows.
Now we shall sing.
Come to the window
my treasure.
Come to console
my tears.
If you refuse
to give me solace
before your eyes
I wish to die.
You, whose mouth is
sweeter than honey.
You, who have sugar
in your heart.
Do not be cruel to me,
my love.
At least show yourself,
my beautiful love.
There's someone at the window! Perhaps it is she.
We shall not tire.
My heart tells me we must find him.
Someone is speaking.
Stop!
Someone seems to be moving.
- Lf I'm not mistaken, it's Masetto. - Who goes there?
No answer.
Courage! Muskets ready.
Who goes there?
He's not alone. Be careful.
Friends, I don't want to be discovered.
Is that you, Masetto?
Exactly so, and you?
Don't you recognize me? I'm Don Giovanni's servant.
Leporello!
Servant of that unworthy nobleman.
Of course, of that rascal.
Of that dishonorable man.
Tell me, where we can find him.
We are looking for him to kill him.
A small matter. Excellent Masetto!
I will join with you to do away with my disreputable master.
Listen a moment and I'll tell you my intention.
Half of you go this way.
Half of you go that way.
And quietly, we'll look for him.
He can't be far from here, no.
He can't be far from here.
If a man and a girl stroll through the piazza,
if beneath a window, you hear wooing,
go ahead and wound him!
It will surely be my master.
On his head he wears a hat
with white feathers,
wrapped around him he wears a great cloak
and a sword on his hip.
A sword on his hip.
A sword on his hip.
A sword on his hip.
If a man and a girl stroll through the piazza
if beneath a window, you hear wooing,
wound,
wound,
wound him!
Half of you go this way.
Half of you go that way.
And quietly, we'll look for him.
He can't be far from here, no.
He can't be far from here.
Go on, go quickly.
Go on, go quickly.
You, alone, will come with me.
You, alone, will come with me.
We must do the rest
and soon you'll see what that is.
We must do the rest
and soon you'll see what that is.
Soon you'll see what that is.
Soon you'll see what that is.
Soon you'll see what that is.
Quiet. Let me listen.
Very good.
So we must kill him.
Certainly.
Wouldn't it be enough for you to break his bones,
fracture his back?
No, I want to kill him.
I want to tear him into 100 pieces.
Are you well armed?
First, I have this musket,
and then this pistol.
And then?
- Isn't that enough? - Enough, certainly!
Now take this, for the pistol,
and that, for the musket.
- Help! - Silence or you're dead.
This, for killing him, that, for tearing him into 100 pieces.
Villain, lout, dog face!
My head!
My back and my chest!
It sounds like Masetto's voice.
Oh, God! Zerlina, my Zerlina! Help!
What happened?
The evil one! The scoundrel has broken my bones and my nerves!
Poor me! Who?
Leporello!
Or some devil who looks like him.
Cruel man!
Didn't I tell you that your mad jealousy
would get you into trouble?
Where does it hurt?
Here.
Where else?
Here, and then here.
And nothing else hurts?
This foot hurts a little,
this arm, and this hand.
Go on, it's not too bad,
if the rest is unhurt.
Come home with me.
If you will promise to be less jealous,
I will take care of you,
my dear husband.
You'll see, my dear,
if you are good,
what a beautiful remedy
I will give you.
It's natural,
it's not nasty,
and the herbalist
doesn't know how to make it, no,
doesn't know how to make it, no,
doesn't know how to make it.
It's a certain balm
I carry upon me.
I can give it to you
if you want to try.
You'd like to know
where I keep it,
where I keep it?
Feel it beating,
touch me here.
Feel it beating,
touch me here.
Feel it beating,
feel it beating,
touch me here.
Here.
Feel it beating.
Touch me here.
Touch me here.
Touch me here.
Touch me here.
The light of many torches approaches, my dear.
Let us stay hidden here until they move away.
But what do you fear, my adored husband?
Nothing. It's just to be on the safe side.
I'll go and see if the lights have gone away.
How can I free myself of her?
Stay here, sweet one.
Don't leave me!
Alone in this dark place,
I feel my heart race
and I am assailed by such terror,
I feel that I shall die,
I feel that I shall die.
The more I seek,
the less I am able to find this door, this wretched door!
Quietly now! I have found it.
Now is the time to escape.
Now is the time to escape.
Now is the time to escape.
Dry your tears, my dear,
and assuage
your grief.
The spirit
of your father
will suffer
to see your pain,
to see your pain.
Allow me at least
this small respite for my sorrow.
Only death,
only death,
my darling,
can stop my tears,
can stop
my tears.
Where is my husband?
If she finds me, I am lost.
- I see a door there, - I see a door there,
- Quietly, I will go. - Quietly, I will go.
Quietly, I will go.
Stop, scoundrel, where are you going?
- Here is the villain! - What, was he here?
Oh, die perfidious one, you have betrayed me,
you have betrayed me.
He is my husband!
Mercy!
- It's Donna Elvira. - It's Donna Elvira.
- It's Donna Elvira. - It's Donna Elvira.
Can it be? I hardly believe it!
- Mercy. - No, no!
He'll die.
- Mercy! - No!
- Mercy! - No!
- Mercy! - No!
He'll die!
Forgive me,
ladies and gentlemen,
I am not that man.
This lady is mistaken.
Let me live, for mercy's sake!
Let me live, for mercy's sake!
For mercy's sake!
Gods!
Leporello!
What treachery is this?
Leporello!
What treachery is this?
I am shocked!
How can this be? How can this be?
How can this be?
How can this be?
How can this be?
A thousand troubled thoughts,
a thousand troubled thoughts
are spinning in my head,
are spinning in my head.
A thousand troubled thoughts are spinning in my head.
If I get out of this mess, it will be a miracle indeed!
- Heavens, what a day this is! - It will be a miracle indeed!
If I get out of this mess it will be a miracle indeed,
a miracle indeed.
- How strange this is! - A thousand troubled thoughts
are spinning in my head.
If I get out of this mess, it will be a miracle indeed.
A thousand troubled thoughts are spinning in my head!
A thousand troubled thoughts are spinning in my head!
If I get out of this mess, it will be a miracle indeed.
If I get out of this mess,
it will be a miracle indeed.
- How strange this is! - A thousand troubled thoughts
are spinning in my head.
So it was you who so cruelly mistreated my Masetto just now?
So it was you who wickedly deceived me
pretending you were Don Giovanni?
So it was you who came here in this guise for treachery!
- It's up to me to punish him. - No, me!
No, me.
Let's kill him, all of us.
Have mercy on me.
You are right, I agree.
But the crime is not my own,
is not my own.
My master, with his tyranny,
robbed me of my innocence,
robbed me of my innocence.
Donna Elvira, be compassionate!
Now you understand the way it was.
Of Masetto, I know nothing.
This young lady will tell you.
For the last hour, more or less,
I've been strolling 'round with her,
I've been strolling 'round with her.
To you, sir, I say nothing
certain fears, certain mishaps
outwardly clear, inwardly obscure
nowhere to hide, the door, the wall.
I go this way, I go that way
then hide here, the secret is out,
the secret is out.
But if only I had known how, I'd have made my escape.
I'd have made my escape.
I'd have made my escape.
Stop, double-crosser, stop!
The rascal has winged feet.
With what skill the culprit got away.
My friends, after excesses of such enormity
we cannot doubt that Don Giovanni is the merciless killer
of Donna Anna's father.
Stay here for now.
I'll have justice,
and with urgency I promise to avenge you,
as duty,
piety,
and affection demand.
Meanwhile, to my dearest go,
go,
go and console her.
And, from her lovely eyes,
attempt to dry the tears.
Attempt,
attempt to dry the tears.
Attempt,
attempt to dry the tears.
Tell her that the wrongs she has suffered,
I shall avenge,
I shall avenge.
Of carnage and death, news I wish to bring,
news I wish to bring,
news I wish to bring,
news I wish to bring.
Meanwhile, to my dearest go,
go,
go and console her.
And from her lovely eyes
attempt to dry the tears,
attempt,
attempt,
attempt to dry the tears.
Attempt
to dry the tears.
Tell her that the wrongs she has suffered,
I shall avenge,
I shall avenge.
Of carnage and death, news I wish to bring,
news I wish to bring,
news I wish to bring,
news I wish to bring.
Of carnage and death, news I wish to bring,
news I wish to bring, yes,
news I wish to bring.
Such excesses, heavens,
such horrible, tremendous crimes
the wretched man has committed.
No, surely the wrath of Heaven cannot be far off,
its justice delayed.
Already I hear the fateful thunderbolt
crash down upon him.
I see
the mortal abyss yawning.
Poor Elvira,
what conflicting emotions
arise in your breast!
Why these sighs
and this anguish?
The ungrateful soul betrayed me,
that ungrateful soul.
He makes me so unhappy, oh, God,
he makes me so unhappy, oh, God,
he makes me so unhappy,
oh, God.
Though betrayed
and abandoned,
I still feel pity for him,
I still feel pity for him,
I still feel,
I still feel pity for him.
The ungrateful soul betrayed me,
that ungrateful soul.
He makes me so unhappy, oh, God,
he makes me so unhappy, oh, God,
he makes me so unhappy, oh, God.
When I feel my torment,
my heart speaks of vengeance.
But if I see
him in danger,
my heart is aflutter,
aflutter,
my heart is aflutter.
That ungrateful soul betrayed me,
that ungrateful soul.
He makes me so unhappy, oh, God,
he makes me so unhappy, oh, God,
he makes me so unhappy,
oh, God.
Though betrayed
and abandoned,
I still feel pity for him,
I still feel pity for him,
I still feel pity for him,
I still feel pity for him,
pity for him,
pity for him.
That was good. Now let her look for me.
What a beautiful night. It's brighter than the day.
Perfect for roaming around hunting for girls.
Is it late? It's not yet 2:00 in the morning.
I'd like to know how the business
between Leporello and Donna Elvira ended up.
If he used his head...
He'll be my ruin in the end.
- It's him. Leporello! - Who is calling?
- Don't you know your master? - I don't know you like this!
What? You rogue!
Oh, it's you? Pardon me!
What happened?
On account of you, I was almost killed.
Wasn't that an honor for you?
- Sir, you can keep the honor! - Well, well. Come over here.
Come here.
I have great things to tell you.
What are you doing here?
Come in, and you'll find out.
I've had several adventures since you left,
I'll tell you another time.
Now I'll just tell you the best one.
- It has to do with women, of course? - Of course!
A young girl, beautiful, young, charming.
I met her on the road.
I went towards her, took her by the hand, she wanted to run away.
In short, she took me for... Guess who?
I don't know.
For Leporello!
For me?
For you.
That's all right.
Then she took my hand.
Better still.
She caressed me, she embraced me.
"My darling Leporello, Leporello, my dear."
So then I realized she was some girlfriend of yours.
Oh, damnation!
I seized on her mistake. I don't know how, but she recognized me.
She screamed. I heard people.
I fled and promptly climbed over a wall into this place.
And you tell me this with such indifference?
Why shouldn't I?
Suppose it had been my wife?
Better still!
You shall stop your laughter
before dawn.
Who spoke?
Some ghost from the other world, who knows you well.
Silence, you fool!
Who goes there? Who goes there?
Scoundrel,
insolent one,
leave the dead in peace.
I told you.
It's someone outside making fun of us.
Isn't that the statue of the Commander?
Read me the inscription.
Excuse me, I never learned to read by moonlight.
Read, I tell you!
"Upon the evil man who sent me
"across the last threshold
"here, I await vengeance."
Did you hear? I'm trembling.
Old buffoon!
Tell him that this evening I'll be expecting him for dinner.
What madness!
Don't you think...
Oh, gods, look! How he glares at us!
He seems alive! He seems to hear, to want to speak.
Go on, get over there or I'll kill you and bury you here!
Steady, sir. I'll obey.
Oh, most gracious statue
of the great Commander...
Master, my heart is trembling,
I can't go on.
Finish it or I'll run this steel through your heart,
this steel through your heart.
What a mess! How capricious!
What fun! How amusing!
I feel myself freezing.
- I want to make him tremble. - I feel myself freezing.
Oh, most gracious statue,
although you are of marble...
Master, my master, look, look,
he still is watching us, he still is watching us.
Die!
No. No, wait!
Sir, my master,
mind you, not l,
would like to dine with you.
What a scene this is!
What a scene this is!
Oh, Heaven, he nods his head.
Get on, you're a buffoon,
a buffoon.
Look, look now, Master!
What should I look at?
With his head of marble
he is doing this.
With his head of marble
he is doing this.
Speak, if you can.
Will you come to dinner?
Will you come to dinner?
Yes.
I can hardly move.
- Bizarre, indeed, this scene. - Oh, gods, I lack the strength.
- The old man is coming to dinner. - Oh, gods, I lack the strength.
- For pity's sake, let's go. - Let us go prepare it.
- Let's get away from here. - Let's get away from here.
- Bizarre, indeed, this scene. - For pity's sake, let's get away from here.
- The old man is coming to dinner. - For pity's sake, let's get away from here.
- Let us go prepare it. - Let's get away from here.
- Let's get away from here, - Let's get away from here,
- Away from here. - Away from here.
Away from here.
Calm yourself, my love.
Soon we shall see that evil man punished for his grave excesses.
We shall be avenged.
But my father, oh, God!
You must bow to the wishes of Heaven.
Live, my dear,
for your bitter loss
tomorrow there shall be, if you will, sweet recompense:
My heart, my hand,
my tender love.
Oh, gods, what are you saying
- In such a sad moment? - What?
Will you increase my pain with more delays?
Cruel one!
Cruel one?
Oh, no, my dear!
How I regret
rejecting
a happiness
we've so long desired.
But the world,
oh, God,
do not test
the resolve
of my sensitive heart!
Love speaks
quite enough on your behalf
to me.
Do not tell me,
my love,
that I am
cruel to you.
You know well
how much I have loved you.
You know my faith,
you know my faith.
Soothe,
soothe your torment,
unless you wish me
to die of grief
unless you wish me to die of grief,
die of grief!
Do not tell me,
my love,
that I am
cruel to you.
Soothe your torment,
unless you wish me
to die of grief,
die of grief!
Perhaps one day
Heaven once more
will feel pity for me.
Perhaps one day, Heaven once more will feel
pity for me,
will feel pity,
pity for me,
will feel pity for me.
Perhaps Heaven
one day, will feel
pity for me,
will feel pity for me,
pity for me.
Now the table is prepared.
Play music, my dear friends.
As I'm spending my money, I want to enjoy myself.
Leporello, to the table!
I'm most ready now to serve.
I'm most ready now to serve.
As I'm spending my money, I want to enjoy myself.
Play music, my dear friends.
As I'm spending my money, I want to enjoy myself.
I want to enjoy myself.
Bravo! That's unique!
How do you like this concert?
It's consistent with your merit.
Such delicious food!
Such delicious food! Delicious!
Such a barbarous appetite!
Such gigantic mouthfuls!
I think I'm going to faint.
As he looks upon my mouthfuls,
he thinks he's going to faint.
Such a barbarous appetite!
Such gigantic mouthfuls!
As he looks upon my mouthfuls,
he thinks he's going to faint.
What a barbarous appetite!
He thinks he's going to faint.
Such gigantic mouthfuls!
He thinks he's going to faint.
He thinks he's going to faint.
I think I'm going to faint.
Next course.
It's served.
Hooray for I Litiganti!
Pour the wine.
Excellent red wine!
This piece of pheasant
quietly I will swallow.
He is eating, that ruffian.
I'll pretend not to see.
That I know all too well.
Leporello.
Master.
Speak clearly, you scoundrel!
Some congestion prevents me from articulating words,
from articulating words.
While I'm eating, whistle a little.
- I don't know how. - What?
Excuse me.
So excellent is your cook,
so excellent is your cook,
that I wanted a taste, too,
I wanted a taste, too.
So excellent is my cook,
- He wanted a taste, too. - So excellent, I wanted a taste, too.
I want to give our love
one last chance.
I'll forget your betrayals.
I am moved to pity.
What is it?
This soul oppressed by faith asks no mercy of you.
I am amazed!
What do you want?
If you don't rise, I won't stay on my feet.
Don't deride my anguish!
- She almost makes me cry. - L, deride you?
Do not deride me.
- She almost makes me cry. - I deride you? Heavens! Why should I?
What do you want, my dear?
That you change your life.
Good for you!
Perfidious heart!
Good for you!
Perfidious heart!
- Perfidious heart! - Perfidious heart!
Let me eat,
let me eat,
and if you wish, eat with me.
- Stay, scoundrel, in your stinking sewer - Lf he's not moved by her pain,
- You horrible example of iniquity! - His heart is made of stone or he has none.
Here's to women, here's to good wine
strength and glory of humanity,
strength and glory of humanity!
Stay here, scoundrel.
- Lf he's not moved by her pain, - Here's to women,
- In your stinking sewer, - Here's to good wine,
his heart is made of stone or he has none.
- Strength and glory of humanity. - Horrible example of iniquity.
Strength and glory of humanity.
- Horrible example of iniquity, - Strength and glory of humanity,
- Of iniquity, - Of humanity,
- Horrible example of iniquity! - Strength and glory of humanity!
- Whatever is that hue and cry? - Whatever is that hue and cry?
Go and see what it was.
What a diabolic cry!
What a diabolic cry! Leporello, what is it?
What is it?
What is it?
Sir, for heaven's sake, do not leave here!
The man of stone, the white man, oh, Master!
I'm freezing, I'm fainting, if you saw that form!
If you heard the sound he makes!
I don't understand at all.
You're mad, indeed.
- Oh, listen! - Someone's knocking.
- Open the door. - I'm trembling.
Open it, I say!
Open it!
Madman!
To solve this puzzle I'll go and open the door myself.
I'll never see my friend again.
Quietly, I will hide.
Don Giovanni,
to dine with you,
you invited me
and I have come.
I would never have believed it,
but I'll do what I can.
Leporello, have another dinner
brought immediately!
Oh, Master! Oh, Master!
Oh, Master, we're all doomed!
Go, I tell you.
Stop.
There is no nourishment
in mortal food
for one nourished
by celestial food.
Other matters
graver than these,
other longings
have brought me down here.
- It's like a fever - Speak then,
- I can't stop shaking. - What do you ask,
- It's like a fever. - What do you want?
I can't stop shaking.
I'll speak,
you listen,
I have no more time.
- Speak, I'm listening. - I can't stop shaking.
I'll speak, you listen,
It's like a fever,
- I can't stop shaking. - I have no more time.
Speak,
I am listening.
You invited me
to dinner.
Your duty
you now know.
Answer me.
Answer me.
Will you come
and dine with me?
He has no time, excuse me.
Of cowardice
I shall never be accused!
Decide yourself.
I have decided.
Will you come?
Say no, say no!
My heart has stopped in my breast,
I'm not afraid,
I'll come!
Give me your hand
in pledge.
Here!
- What is it? - What is this coldness?
Repent, change your life.
This is the last moment.
No, no, I won't repent.
Get away from me!
Repent, you evil man!
No, old fool!
- Repent! - No!
- Repent! - No!
- Yes! - No!
- Yes! - No!
Yes! Yes!
No! No!
There is
no more time left.
With what strange trepidation,
I feel the spirits assail me,
where those horrifying vortexes
of fire emerge!
For your sins, all is too little.
Now, there is worse to come!
- Some tear at my soul! - What a desperate face!
- Some churn my viscera! - The gestures of a damned soul!
- What torture, what frenzy! - Those shouts, those lamentations!
He fills me with terror!
- Some tear at my soul! - His desperate face!
- Some churn my viscera! - The gestures of a damned soul!
- What hell! What terror! - Those shouts, those lamentations!
What hell! What terror!
Where is the evil, the shameful man?
All my anger I shall now vent.
Only seeing him bound in chains
will ease my pain.
Don't expect to see him again.
Search no more! He is far away.
- What is it? Tell us! - A colossus came.
- What is it? Tell us! - A colossus came.
- Tell us quickly. - But I cannot.
Tell us quickly.
But I cannot.
Quickly! Tell us! Hurry!
In smoke and fire, listen a moment,
the man of stone, stop there.
Just there below, he gave the great blow
just there, the devil swallowed him up.
What do I hear?
It is quite true!
- It must have been the ghost I met. - It must have been the ghost she met.
- It must have been the ghost I met. - It must have been the ghost she met.
- It must have been the ghost I met. - It must have been the ghost she met.
Now that all of us,
my treasure,
are avenged,
by the heavens,
give me solace.
Don't leave me to languish anymore.
Allow me, my dear,
another year
so that my grief may run its course.
To the desire of one who adores you,
to the desire of one who adores you,
a faithful love must acquiesce,
a faithful love must acquiesce,
a faithful love
must acquiesce.
To the desire of one who adores you,
to the desire of one who adores you,
a faithful love must acquiesce,
a faithful love must acquiesce,
a faithful love
must acquiesce.
A faithful love must acquiesce.
I'll go into a retreat
for the rest of my life.
- We, Masetto, will go home - We, Zerlina, will go home
- To sup together. - To sup together.
And I'll go to the tavern
to find a better master.
So, let that evil man now stay
with Proserpine and Pluto,
with Proserpine and Pluto.
And all of us good people
will repeat joyfully
the ancient song,
the ancient song,
the ancient song.
This is the end of evildoers!
This is the end of evildoers!
This is the end of evildoers!
This is the end of evildoers!
And the wicked die
as they have lived!
And the wicked die
as they have lived!
As they have lived!
As they have lived!
As they have lived!
As they have lived!
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