La canzone di Marinella - Fabrizio De André





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Uploaded on Dec 9, 2010

Esta é uma das primeiras e mais conhecidas músicas de Fabrizio De André. Nasceu de um artigo que ele leu sobre uma prostituta morta por um deliquente que a jogou num rio .De André reinterpreta a história, procurando tornar melhor a vida da jovem e suavizar a sua morte. Um fato tão triste...e que .Fabrizio transformou numa fábula cheia de poesia.

This is one of the earliest and best known songs of Fabrizio De André. Born of an article he read about a prostitute murdered by a delinquent who played in the river. De André reinterprets the story, trying to make better the lives of young and soften his death. A fact so sad ... and Fabrizio become a fable full of poetry.

Marinella's song
This is the true story of Marinella
that slipped into the river in spring
but the wind that saw so beautiful
the river carried it upon a star

Only without the memory of pain
you lived without the dream of a love
I am a king without a crown and unescorted
knocked three times a day to your door

White as the moon's hat
like love her red cloak
you followed him without a reason
as a young boy following a kite

And the sun was out and had beautiful eyes
he kissed your lips and hair
there was a moon and your eyes were tired
He put his hands over your hips

There were kisses and smiles were
then there were only cornflowers
they saw through the eyes of the stars
quiver in the wind and kiss your skin

They also say that while returning
somehow slid into the river
and he wanted to believe that you died
century knocked at your door

This is your song Marinella
that you flew to heaven on a star
and like all beautiful things
you lived only one day, like roses
And like all the finest things
you lived only one day, like roses


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