In ajun de Eurovision 2011

Melodia “What about my dreams? ” cantata de Kati Wolf va reprezenta Ungaria la finala Eurovision Dusseldorf 2011 , are mari sanse sa castige.  Timbrul ei vocal imi aminteste de piesele de succes ale unor artise renumite precum Celine Dion si Lara Fabian. Din partea mea, primeste cele 12 puncte. Ce mi-a placut la melodie e  ca la un moment dat, poti auzi si versuri in limba tarii reprezentative. Bravo, Kati Wolf! 🙂

I always stood behind you always close
stood by your side no matter what the cost
and I always was there for you when you called
should I live all my life for only your cause
What about my life
What about my dreams
What about how I feel
What about my needs
I cant hold back, I cant go back, I must be free
What about how I feel
What about my life

I cant / hold back / no more

Tíz lépés, száz lépés távolság kell
Nem számít merre, csak el tőled el
Mit mondhatnál, mit mondhatnék, elkoptunk rég
Szemeinkből nézd, hova tűnt a fény..

What about my life
What about my dreams
What about how I feel
What about my needs
I cant hold back, I cant go back, I must be free
What about how I feel
What about my life

I / cant hold back / (gonna live my dreams)
I / wont go back / (oh,my dreams)
I need to be / (gonna live my life)
All i can be
I / cant hold back / (I can’t go back)
I / wont go back / (I must be free)
I need to be /
All i can be

Pentru ca mi-au placut foarte mult versurile melodiei, am vrut sa deslusesc (datorita D-lui Google Translator si calitatilor mele romantico-epico-lirice:)) intelesul si celorlalte versuri in limba tarii reprezentative. De dragul acestei melodii frumoase, as invata pana si complexa limba maghiara! 🙂

Iata ce mi-a iesit:

Tíz lépés, száz lépés távolság kell
Zece  pasi, sute de pasi sunt la distanta de tine

Nem számít merre, csak el tőled el
Nu mai conteaza ca am crezut in tine

Mit mondhatnál, mit mondhatnék, elkoptunk rég
Ce mai poate fi spus, ce pot spune

Szemeinkből nézd, hova tűnt a fény..
Poti uita ochii mei, atat de stralucitori.

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