Vorrei Cantare Come Biagio (Instrumental)
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Here's some grammar to watch for. - Italian pop musician Simone Cristicchi was born in Rome on February 5, Simone was always involved with creative pursuits as a youth, experimenting with design before finding his artistic voice in music.
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The part were the "artistic underbrushes" tell him to believe it and trust himself could also be interpreted as "believe and trust them" when they say Let's own up for the original rhyme of "pubblico di nicchia" and "piccola lenticchia" i. Thank you for responding to my translation request, Michael. Of course, the song is full of biting irony and criticism of certain mechanisms related to career-making in the music industry. Personally, I particularly liked the part where Cristicchi mockingly imitates Antonacci's style of singing, while the words he says at the same time are far from being romantic and sweet You're welcome, Azalia, but now I am wondering why you didn't do the translation yourself: your writing in English is good and does not sound like a Google translation. Thanks :- Well, in fact I completed English Studies some years ago, so I'm surely better than GT, but I'm not a native speaker and I do make mistakes, so I preferred to leave this translation in the hands of a native speaker.