One Fine Day (Un Bel Di)

Katherine Jenkins2005年10月31日

One Fine Day (Un Bel Di) - Katherine Jenkins

Written by:Giacomo Puccini

One fine day we'll notice


A thread of smoke arising on the sea


In the far horizon


And then the ship appearing


Then the trim white vessel


Glides into the harbour

Thunders forth her cannon


See you now he is coming


I do not go to meet him


Not I


I stay upon the brow of the hillock


And wait there

And wait for a long time

But never weary of the long waiting


From out the crowded city

There is coming a man

A little speck in the distance


Climbing the hillock


Can you guess who it is


And when he's reached the summit


Can you guess what he'll say

He will call Butterfly from the distance


I without answering

Hold myself quietly concealed


A bit to tease him and a bit

So as not to die at our first meeting


And then a little troubled

He will call he will call


Dear baby wife of mine


Dear little orange blossom


The names he used to call me when he came here


This will all come to pass as I tell you


Banish your idle fears


For he will return


And wait