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1. Song Lyrics | Lyrics Translate
Description: Song Lyrics | Lyrics Translate ... English French German Italian Lithuanian Romanian Russian Serbian +7. Billie Eilish: Lovely : English: English ... Italian Folk: Bella ciao : Italian: Italian → Albanian → Arabic → Basque (Modern, Batua) ...
2. Handy Manny - Handy Manny Theme Song (French) lyrics
Description: Handy Manny Handy Manny Theme Song (French) lyrics: Manny Manny / Holla Kelly, bonjour Manny / bonjour Monsieur Lopart, Oh...
3. Måneskin lyrics
Description: Måneskin lyrics with translations: Zitti e buoni, Beggin', I WANNA BE YOUR SLAVE, CORALINE, Zitti e buoni (Eurovision version), Torna a casa, Morirò da re
4. Mèsa - Canzone retorica lyrics
Description: Mèsa Canzone retorica lyrics: Come si fa a non fare rumore / Con le scarpe grosse / Come ce le hai tu...
5. Princess Chelsea - Yulia lyrics + Polish translation
Description: Translation of 'Yulia' by Princess Chelsea from English to Polish
6. Folk rock - Wikipedia
Description: Folk rock is a hybrid music genre combining elements of folk music and rock music, which arose in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom in the mid-1960s. In the U.S., folk rock emerged from the folk music revival and the influence that the Beatles and other British Invasion bands had on members of that movement. Performers such as Bob Dylan and the Byrds—several of whose members ...
7. Shum (song) - Wikipedia
Description: "Shum" (Ukrainian: Шум, transl. "Noise") is a song by Ukrainian electro-folk band Go_A. It represented Ukraine in the Eurovision Song Contest 2021 in Rotterdam. It is the second time that a song sung entirely in Ukrainian represents the country at Eurovision (the first time being Go_A in 2020 with their song "Solovey"), but the first to actually compete in Eurovision due to the cancellation ...
8. Those Were the Days (song) - Wikipedia
Description: In the early 1960s Raskin, with his wife Francesca, played folk music around Greenwich Village in New York, including White Horse Tavern. Raskin, who had grown up hearing the song, wrote with his wife, new English lyrics to the old Russian music and then copyrighted both music and lyrics in his own name.
9. Wellerman - Wikipedia
Description: The song's lyrics describe a whaling ship called the "Billy o' Tea" and its hunt for a right whale.The song describes how the ship's crew hope for a "wellerman" to arrive and bring them supplies of luxuries. According to the song's listing on the website New Zealand Folk Song, "the workers at these bay-whaling stations (shore whalers) were not paid wages, they were paid in slops (ready made ...
10. Singing Revolution - Wikipedia
Description: The Singing Revolution (Estonian: laulev revolutsioon; Latvian: dziesmotā revolūcija; Lithuanian: dainuojanti revoliucija; Russian: Поющая революция, Poyushchaya revolyutsiya) is a commonly used name for events that led to the restoration of independence of the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania from the Soviet Union at the end of the Cold War.