Hioni - Eleni Dimou





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Published on Dec 11, 2009

Beautiful song sung by Eleni Dimou. Lyrics by Heinrich Heine, translated into Greek by Angelos Vlahou, and music by Manolis Zaharakis.

New Spring (1)

Sitting underneath white branches
Far you hear winds are wailing;
Overhead you see the cloudbanks
Wrap themselves in misty veiling,

See how on bare field and forest
Cold and barren death is seizing;
Winters round you, winters in you,
And your very heart is freezing.

Suddenly white flakes come falling
Down on you; and vexed and soured
You suppose some tree has shaken
Over you a snowy shower.

But it is no snow thats fallen,
Soon you see with joyful start
Look, its fragrant almond blossoms
Come to ease and tease your heart.

What a thrilling piece of magic!
Winters turned to May for you,
Snows transmuted into blossoms,
And your hearts in love anew.

Heinrich Heine (1797-1856)

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