Перевод песни Andrew Lloyd Webber – Beneath A Moonless Sky

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I should have known that you'd be here,
I should have known it all along.
This whole arrangement bears your stamp,
you're in each measure of that song.
How dare you try and claim me now, how dare you come invade my life.
Oh Christine, my Christine in that time that the world thought me dead.
My Christine, on that night just before you were wed.
Oh Christine, you came and found where I hid,
don't you deny that you did theat long ago night.
That night.
Once there was a night
beneath a moonless sky,
too dark to see a thing
too dark to even try.
I stole to your side,
to tell you I must go.
I couldn't see your face,
but sensed you even so.
And I touched you.
And I felt you.
And I heard those ravishing refrains.
The music of your pulse.
The singing in your veins.
And I held you.
And I touched you.
And embraced you.
And I felt you.
And with every breath and every sigh.
I felt no longer scared.
I felt no longer shy.
At last our feelings bared
beneath a moonless sky.
And blind in the dark,
as soul gazed into soul;
I looked into your heart
and saw you pure and whole.
Cloaked under the night
with nothing to suppress,
a woman and a man
no more and yet no less.
And I kissed you.
And caressed you.
And the world around us fell away,
we said things in the dark,
we never dared to say.
And I caught you.
And I kissed you.
And I took you.
And caressed you.
With a need to urgent to deny.
And nothing mattered then
except for you and I.
Again and then again,
beneath a moonless sky.
And when it was done,
before the sun could rise
ashamed of what I was
afraid to see your eyes.
I stood while you slept
and whispered a goodbye.
And slipped into the dark
beneath a moonless sky.
And I loved you,
yes I loved you.
I'd have followed any where you led.
I woke to swear my love,
and found you gone instead.
And I loved you.
And I loved you.
And I left you.
Yes I loved you.
And I had to both of us knew why.
We both knew why.
And yet I won't regret
from now until I die.
The night I can't forget,
beneath a moonless sky.
And now?
How could you talk of now for us? There is no now.