Soviet Pioneer Song: May There Always Be Sunshine





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Uploaded on Dec 14, 2008

«Пусть всегда будет солнце» — песня Аркадия Островского на слова Льва Ошанина.

Впервые исполнена в 1962 году советской певицей Тамарой Миансаровой, которая победила с этой песней на VIII Всемирном фестивале молодежи и студентов в Хельсинки (1962) и на фестивале в Сопоте (1963).

Солнечный круг,
Небо вокруг —
Это рисунок мальчишки.
Нарисовал он на листке
И подписал в уголке:
— Пусть всегда будет солнце,
Пусть всегда будет небо,
Пусть всегда будет мама,
Пусть всегда буду я!

English description:
"May There Always Be Sunshine" (Russian: Пусть всегда будет солнце! Actual Russian Title: Солнечный круг) is a Soviet Russian song, written for children. It was created in 1962. The music was composed by Arkady Ostrovsky, and the lyrics written by Lev Oshanin. The Russian writer and immensely popular children's poet, Korney Chukovsky, later wrote that the foundation for the song had been the four lines of the refrain, which were composed in 1928 by a four-year-old boy Kostya Barannikov.

English lyrics:

Bright blue the sky.
Sun upon high—
This is the little boy's picture
He drew for you
Wrote for you too.
Just to make clear what he drew.
May there always be sunshine,
May there always be blue skies,
May there always be my mama,
May there always be me!

© 2008


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