By Don Raymond
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Oh, I have set my eyes on a boy of talent, tall, dark and slim of waist; he’s a likely gallant. With the rose, and the pretty rose, and the olive’s green shade . . Combing her sunlit hair, sits the pretty maid. young lady, ALL. With the rose, and the pretty rose, and the olive’s green shade . and a-combing her sunlit hair sits the little maid. SCENE 5 41 YOUNG LADY. There in the olive groves, maiden, wait and be mine; I’ll bring you homemade bread and a jug of wine. With the rose, and the pretty rose, and the olive’s green shade .
Little handful of cinnamon! An idyll, like an opera duet, begins. r o s it a . Go back to your house; I’ll stay here and die. c o c o l i c h e . Never, little rose among flowers. There on that little star I’ll make you a swing and a silvery balcony. From there we’ll watch how the world shimmers, dressed in moonlight. r o s it a , forgetful of everything and in great happiness. How romantic you are, my darling! I believe I must be a flower, dropping my petals in your hands. c o c o l ic h e . Every day you look rosier to me; every day you seem to strip off another veil and surge forth naked.
And I mean to find out about that noise. Aloud. Come, Rosita. Eh? Oh, how tasty she is! The center door opens and the wedding guests are seen. They carry large hoops decorated with colored paper roses under which Rosita and Don Cristobita pass. f i r s t g u e s t . Long live the bride and groom! a l l . Long may they live! Music. The heads of Currito and Cocoliche peek out through the shutters. c u r r it o . I’m going to explode! c o c o l i c h e . S o you’re the lover of that creature? I’ll meet you face to face later!