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1.【址:a g 9 559⒐ v i p】1  If it so please thee, I'm at thy command; Only on this condition, understand;That worthily thy leisure to beguile, I here may exercise my arts awhile.Faust
2.  Ay, madam, what two witnesses declare Is held as valid everywhere; Agallant friend I have, not far from here, Who will for you before the judgeappear. I'll bring him straight.
3.  Sir Moralizer, prithee, pause; Nor plague me with your tiresome laws!Goethe
4.  Faust
5.  (The dancing continues.)
6.  Faust


1.  Naught but a poodle black of hue I see; 'Tis some illusion doth your sightdeceive.
2.  Of your known juice a goblet we require. But for the very oldest let me ask;Double its strength with years doth grow.
3.  Brander
4.  Nay, such discourse, be it confessed, Is just the thing that pleases me thebest.
5.  I would entreat you longer yet to stay; But 'tis a wicked place, just hereabout; It is as if the folk had nothing else to do, Nothing to think of too, Butgaping watch their neighbours, who goes in and out; And scandal's busy still,do whatsoe'er one may. And our young couple?
6.  Mephistopheles


1.  (who all this time has been standing before a looking - glass, nowapproaching, and now retiring from it)
2.  Ay, verily! a corpse's eyes are those, Which there was no fond loving hand toclose. That is the bosom I so fondly press'd, That my sweet Gretchen's form,so oft caress'd!
3.  Frosch, Brander, Siebel, Altmayer,
4.  And next, before aught else you learn, You must with zeal to metaphysicsturn! There see that you profoundly comprehend, What doth the limit of man'sbrain transcend; For that which is or is not in the head A sounding phrase willserve you in good stead. But before all strive this half year From one fix'dorder ne'er to swerve! Five lectures daily you must hear; The hour stillpunctually observe! Yourself with studious zeal prepare, And closely in yourmanual look, Hereby may you be quite aware That all he utters standeth in thebook; Yet write away without cessation, As at the Holy Ghost's dictation!Student
5.   Mephistopheles
6.  The Monkeys


1.  Quick! quick! below I see her there.
2.  In satin and in velvet, Behold the yonker dressed; Bedizen'd o'er with ribbons,A cross upon his breast. Prime minister they made him, He wore a star ofstate; And all his poor relations Were courtiers, rich and great.The gentlemen and ladies At court were sore distressed; The queen and allher maidens Were bitten by the pest, And yet they dared not scratch them,Or chase the fleas away. If we are bit, we catch them, And crack withoutdelay.
3.  For jurisprudence, some distaste I own.
4、  Yes, we'll presently away.
5、  Promenade - Faust And Mephistopheles




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      My heart and soul are in the chase! Though to be sure I fain would seize, Onpleasant summer holidays, A little liberty and careless ease.Mephistopheles

  • 李英姿 08-10

      Know'st thou my servant, Faust?

  • 孙秀萍 08-10

       You must not name it to your mother! It would to shrift, just like the other.Margaret

  • 杨坤献 08-10

      Mephistopheles (sings)

  • 刘少培 08-09

    {  A truce to words, mere empty sound, Let deeds at length appear, my friends!While idle compliments you round, You might achieve some useful ends. Whytalk of the poetic vein? Who hesitates will never know it; If bards ye are, asye maintain, Now let your inspiration show it. To you is known what werequire, Strong drink to sip is our desire; Come, brew me such without delay!To - morrow sees undone, what happens not to - day; Still forward press,nor ever tire! The possible, with steadfast trust, Resolve should be theforelock grasp; Then she will ne'er let go her clasp, And labours on, becauseshe must.

  • 秦银河 08-08

      Come often over here to me, The gems put on quite privately; And thenbefore the mirror walk an hour or so, Thus we shall have our pleasure too.Then suitable occasions we must seize, As at a feast, to show them bydegrees: A chain at first, pearl ear - drops then, - your mother Won't seethem, or we'll coin some tale or other.}

  • 和文全 08-08


  • 米克·金利 08-08

      To see me thou dost breathe thine invocation, My voice to hear, to gaze uponmy brow; Me doth thy strong entreaty bow Lo! I am here! - What coweringagitation Grasps thee, the demigod! Where's now the soul's deep cry? Whereis the breast, which in its depths a world conceiv'd And bore and cherished?which, with ecstacy, To rank itself with us, the spirits, heaved? Where artthou, Faust? whose voice I heard resound, Who towards me press'd withenergy profound? Art thou he? Thou, - who by my breath art blighted, Who,in his spirit's depths affrighted, Trembles, a crush'd and writhing worm!Faust

  • 侯维金 08-07


  • 童成录 08-05

    {  Ah, if I slept alone! To - night The bolt I fain would leave undrawn for thee;But then my mother's sleep is light, Were we surprised by her, ah me! Uponthe spot I should be dead.

  • 华洋 08-05

      Nose of fly and gnat's proboscis, Throng not the naked beauty! Frogs andcrickets in the mosses, Keep time and do your duty!Weathercock (towards one side)