The original song and lyrics are available here
How can we forget, Darling,
The pristine marks left by that dusk?
How can we forget, Sweetheart.
The brief throb of our first meeting?
The jasmine like star, sung open
By the heart of the pink Western sky.
Waves upon waves of clouds blow by
Whispering the sweet delight of a hug.
When the light from your shy glance
Pulsed in the flower like star.
And when the clouds rubbed together
How we rose up like twin waves.
How can we erase those images?
Immaculate one, how can we forget?
The zephyr that sought and bowed
To the thirsty Spring, worn by the valley.
The flock of birds that wove and swayed
Like a pretty chariot car of desire.
In that romantic wood, where your laughter
Burned bright in every bloom.
And where, when the birds sang,
We became two loving feathers afloat.
How can we erase those colors?
Oh beautiful one, how can we forget?