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La belle est au jardin damour,
La belle est au jardin damour.
Il y a un mois ou sinq semaines.
Laridondon, laridondaine.

Son pre la cherche partout,
Son pre la cherche partout.
Son amoureux qui est en peine.
Laridondon, laridondaine.

Berger, berger, nas tu point vu,
Berger, berger, nas tu point vu,
Passer ici celle que jaime?
Laridondon, laridondaine.

Elle est l-bas dans ce vallon,
Elle est l-bas dans ce vallon,
а un oiseau conte ses peines.
Laridondon, laridondaine.

La bel oiseau sest envol,
La bel oiseau sest envol,
Et le changrin bien loin emmne.
Laridondon, laridondaine.



Beauty is in the garden of love

Beauty is in the garden of love,
Beauty is in the garden of love.
There she has lain for a month or five weeks.
Laridondon, laridondaine.

Her father seeks her everywhere,
Her father seeks her everywhere.
Her lover is broken-hearted.
Laridondon, laridondaine.

Shepherd, o shepherd, have you not seen,
Shepherd, o shepherd, have you not seen,
My beloved pass by here?
Laridondon, laridondaine.

She is down in yonder valley,
She is down in yonder valley,
Recounting her woes to a bird.
Laridondon, laridondaine.

The beautiful bird has flown,
The beautiful bird has flown,
And sorrow carries him far away.
Laridondon, laridondaine.



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