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Fools in Love (Inara George)

June 11, 2007 2 comments

... I listen to the replay ... I'm haunted all the time.

Sweet, melancholic, melodic, simple ... just perfect for my kind of music.

Title: Fools in Love
Artist: Inara George

Fools in love, well are there any other kinds of lovers?
Fools in love, is there any other kind of pain?

Everything you do, everywhere you go now
Everything you touch, everything you feel
Everything you see, everything you know now
Everything you do, you do it for your baby
Love your baby, love your baby
Love your baby, love ...

Fools in love, are there any creatures blackberries pathetic?
Fools in love, never knowing a when they've lost the game

Everything you do, everywhere you go now
Everything you touch, everything you feel
Everything you see, everything you know now
Everything you do, you do it for your baby
Love your baby, love your baby
Love your baby, love ...

Fools in love they think they're heroes
'Cause they get to feel no pain

I say fools in love are zeros
I Should Know, I Should Know
Because this fool's in love again

Fools in love, gently hold each others hands forever
Fools in love, gently tear each other limb from limb

Everything you do, everywhere you go now
Everything you touch, everything you feel
Everything you do, even your rock 'n' roll now
Nothing mean a thing except you and your baby
Love your baby, love your baby
Love your baby, love ...

Fools in love they think they're heroes
'Cause they get to feel no pain
I say fools in love are zeros
I Should Know, I Should Know
Because this fool's in love again

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Federico Salvatore

May 22, 2007 1 comment

I do not want the Neapolitans without a knowledge of this artist before ... but now, thanks to the advice of a friend (thank you very much Miss smileys ), I find myself listening to pleasantly and passionately a unique character: Federico Salvatore .

"The lyrics are by Federico Salvatore background comic-satirical. His satire is directed in particular to the world of Naples, to which the singer paints with good-natured sympathy implications newspapers. "(Source: wikipedia.it)

I immediately find familiar music ... reminds me of my hero, Fabrizio De André, arpeggios and chords but just a lot of words and a lot to say.
Definitely reminiscent of De André's most allegorical and style comic type "King Charles Martel returned from the Battle of Poitiers."

Can not recommend it to anyone. Although the author is from Naples sings mostly in Italian and not in Neapolitan dialect, so it can reach without problems a much wider audience.

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Poor Rome!

April 10, 2007 2 comments

Topic: Football (just to clarify, it's not water polo or tennis)

I saw the game of Rome, or at least I saw some (8 to be exact) pieces while studying.

On the way to Manchester United was defeated by 2 goals to 1 Giallorossi undergoing the speed of the game in Rome.
In return, the British camp, it was expected surely a game fought, or so they thought the sports papers. I had foretold (blatantly wrong) 3-0 by the English relying on the fact that the British teams have always been the ability to greatly elated at home thanks to their supporters very hot.

The fact is ... probably Totti & Co have the wrong field, and instead of going to Old Trafford in Manchester, found themselves at Wimbledon. As a result, it quoted a merciless 6-0 to the super-goal from De Rossi (who luckily has avoided celebrate) that has "shortened" temporarily distances before the final 7-1.

Yes it's true, Rome is not a team to deserve the title of the Champions League, but it is a good team and I was sorry to see a defeat so undignified. It is also true that Cristiano Ronaldo was a day of grace as indeed all the training of the Red Devils!

From Rome Rome ... poor ... the important part ... so in the cup as well as in the Championship! smileys

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Who can help me with this group?

March 29, 2007 5 comments

TZIGANE (from Ka-Boom)

Look at all look at me: "Here comes the drunk"
incuto fear and discomfort when you pass by
and maybe it was the smell in the lurch
but this light in his eyes that makes me sick

You who claim to know how what life
you who have given love and joy with both hands
you who have made this world a little 'better
the good feelings will propel you to action
you run for help or worse pitied the poor drunk ...
I implore you, "desist!"

Because I'm the King a hundred times more than you
largest one hundred times, a hundred times more superb!
Because I'm the King a hundred times more than you
are great are superb, a hundred times more than you do!


You do not know the magic of torpor
dream a little 'foggy landscapes numb
And in this vertigo my spirit rises
and in this vertigo my spirit is appeased

I sing the hymn of wine and intoxication
I leave to you the song of hypocrisy
judge also my life and my thoughts
condemned if you believe they are evil
but if you feel a strong desire to redeem the poor drunk ...
I implore you, "desist!"

[Chorus]

Being so I decided I
and you are the best or at least I think
I'm out of my life I have had almost everything
but what I wanted I never found

The little I've found I've already set aside
and my dreams arcane might kill me

But I'm the King a hundred times more than you
largest one hundred times, a hundred times more superb!
But I'm the King a hundred times more than you
are great are superb, a hundred times more than you do!


This is the text of a song by a folk group called Tzigane which unfortunately I can not find information on the internet (google did not help me this time)!

Does anyone know a link or direct me to any form of contact or news regarding the existence of this group? If you can use the comments in order ... Thanks!

[Correction] I found this site which talks of Tzigane! I keep searching ... but Tzigane.it is unreachable.

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Televison by the "good pope"

March 26, 2007 No comments

Those a bit 'older than I should remember it very well, and others my age or so should have heard many times the speech of Pope John XXIII, affectionately called by many the "good pope."

I suffered from a song by the folk group called David van de Televisión Sfroos which I propose again the footage interested!

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The hope is that the few who have never heard the announcement made by a real man can fill that gap!

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