#RomanticTuesday Song


Here we go again with a song from the fantastic 80’s. Here in Europe, we have a multitude of cultures and also languages. That’s a factor which also shows up in the charts. Next to English, we have songs in German, Italian, French, Spanish, and in many more European languages. During the 80’s Italian artists and bands were very popular. One of them is Eros Ramazzotti who had his first hit with the romantic ballad I am sharing today.

Adesso To (Now You) – Eros Ramazzotti

English translation

born on the periphery
where the trams don’t go anymore
where the air is popular
and it is easier to dream
than to face reality

 how many young people go away
to search for more than what they have
maybe that’s why the blows
they never returned
and inside they hurt themselves
even more
and I’ve learned that in life
nobody ever gives more
but how many breaths, how many rises
getting on without
ever turning back
and now you’re here
to give sense to my days
everything goes well since
the moment you’re
here now
but I didn’t forget all of
my friends that are still there
and one always feels more alone
at this age you don’t know.. don’t know..
how many rides, how many flights
getting on without
ever arriving
and now you’re in
the center of my thoughts
the interior part of my breaths
you will be the desire
you that are already
a support for me
now you know who is
the man inside me
born in the periphery
where I almost never come back
stays the wind that i’ve left
like a train that has already passed by
today that you are close to me
today that you’re the only one
today when you are there…
now you

In Love and Light

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80s, Song of the Day


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