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This is the first single from my brand new album out in early 2015
featuring Gennaro Scarpato and Alessandro Neri.
I want to thank
Filippo Brancoli Pantera for his amazing photography
Jean-Félix Coulombe for the magical visual effects
(check out his great youtube channel here https://www.youtube.com/use...
Stefano Pomponi, for having made this video possible.
Jacopo Scarpato, our young movie star,
The Sweet Eleonora Fazzi and my Tamburini leader Enrico Casciotti (Contrade di San Paolino) starring the video,
Luca Galli for the City of Lucca,
Ken Middleton for the addictional footages
All the friends dancing and helping out in Piazza Cittadella (the one with Puccini's statue): Anna Lisa Iovine (coreographer), Dee Shaffer, Stella Puccetti, Isabella Bianchi, Stefano Puccetti, Carla Santini, Lucia Lencioni, Tortino, Rebecca Buccheri, Michela Santini, Dora D'Arrigo and all the Gelateria Santini's staff,
Girolamo Deraco for the inspiration,
Riccardo Zanon, Paul, Moore, Debora Pioli, Luca Contini, Paola Capone.
Thanks to Ohana Ukuleles and Aquila Strings, for the constant support they give me.
Also thanks to Amanda Spernicelli, Gianni & Mara Vignando, Elisa Vignando & Leon Larriva, Alessandra Sgobbi, all the crew of Spazio Hangar.
This video is my dedication to my beloved City of Lucca.
Filming it brought us to see the most beautiful high places in the city. Everybody was very friendly and helpful and we all had a great time.
(Music and Lyrics by Lorenzo Vignando)
While I am playing my uke
a girl reads a book
the story is speaking to her soul
she feels a new sense of purpose
the boy is whatching a film on a touch-screen
the scene is so good he just realized
it's bringing tears to his eyes
the girl will forget the words
bye bye to the lines
the boy is way too concerned
no one sees him cry
they'll soon return the same
people are humming along to this new little song
the melody brings them back to their past
when they where kids at their best
they go like:
Do they still remember these things:
and how come those boys and girls
gave up on their dreams?
and where has the wonder gone?
lost in the routine
just don't forget how you felt
and you will shine again