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3. Good sir, these things you view indeed, Just as by other men they're view'd;We must more cleverly proceed, Before life's joys our grasp elude. The devil!thou hast hands and feet, And head and heart are also thine; What I enjoywith relish sweet, Is it on that account less mine? If for six stallions I can pay,Do I not own their strength and speed? A proper man I dash away, As theirtwo dozen legs were mine indeed. Up then, from idle pondering free, Andforth into the world with me! I tell you what; - your speculative churl Is like abeast which some ill spirit leads, On barren wilderness, in ceaseless whirl,While all around lie fair and verdant meads.
4. We've but to spread this mantle wide, 'Twill serve whereon through air toride, No heavy baggage need you take, When we our bold excursion make,A little gas, which I will soon prepare, Lifts us from earth; aloft through air,Light laden we shall swiftly steer; I wish you joy of your new life - career.Auerbach's Cellar In Leipzig
5. Now to the Brocken the witches hie, The stubble is yellow, the corn is green;Thither the gathering legions fly, And sitting aloft is Sir Urian seen: O'er stickand o'er stone they go whirling along, Witches and he - goats, a motleythrong,
6. Visionary scenes appear! Words delusive cheat the ear! Be ye there, and beye here!
1. Vales, where mists still shift and play, To ancient hills succeeding, These ourscenes; - so we, to - day, May rest, brave sons of Mieding.Herald
2. We will consider what you say, And talk about it more anon! For this timehave I leave to go?
4. I tell thee, from vain tears abstain! 'Twas thy dishonour pierced my heart, Thyfall the fatal death - stab gave. Through the death - sleep I now depart ToGod, a soldier true and brave. (dies.)
6. The First
1. Trees on trees, a stalwart legion, Swiftly past us are retreating, And the cliffswith lowly greeting; Rocks long - snouted, row on row, How they snort, andhow they blow!
2. Quite right. I see it also, and allege That she beneath her arm her head canbear, Since Perseus cut it off. - But you I swear Are craving for illusion still!Come then, ascend yon little hill! As on the Prater all is gay, And if my sensesare not gone, I see a theatre, - what's going on?Servibilis
3. I've everywhere been well received, I own.
4. Doth not Sir Mammon for this fete Grandly illume his palace! Thou Art luckyto have seen it; now, The boisterous guests, I feel, are coming straight.Faust
6. Dear soul! I've long forgiven him, indeed!
1. But recently returned from Spain are we, The pleasant land of wine andminstrelsy.2. Mephistopheles3. Mephistopheles (to Faust)4、 Margaret5、 My brother! God! what can this mean?
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Now tell me, gentlemen, what you desire?
(The ringing of bells, and choral voices.)}
No, no! I to the town my steps retrace.
Well pleased assembled here I view Of spirits this profusion; From devils,touching angels too, I gather some conclusion.Sceptic