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    Balkan from Poland:-)


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    Pawel: never a moment without great humour
    If anyone wants to check the map of the Balkan: here's a link Thanks anyway! Your Polish rep is excellent

    http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balkan

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    So like Layla and Safe I dare to put a Romanian YT here.
    Haven't found the translation though: Layla, any help available?



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    Here is the translation! I hope the lyrics are ok! I didn't listen to the song cause I don't like her at all!

    Vise si dorinte ard in mine
    Dreams and wishes are burning inside of me
    Simt cum pierd controlul langa tine
    I feel like losing control next to you

    M-ai surprins
    You surprised me
    M-ai atins
    You touched me
    Dar nu e tot
    But it’s not everything
    Imagineaza-ti
    Imagine yourself
    Ca in zori
    That at down
    Imi dai fiori
    You give me shivers
    Alunecam in vise
    We slip in our dreams
    Nu-ti fie teama
    Don’t be afraid

    Refren :
    Prinde-ma
    Catch me
    Intra in joc
    Play the game
    Vrei sa cad in bratele tale
    You want me to fall into your arms

    Hai prinde-ma
    Come, catch me
    Intra in joc
    Play the game
    Inima ne bate mai tare
    Our heart is beating faster

    Soare dupa ploaie
    Sun after rain
    Ne asteapta
    Is waiting for us
    Singuri intr-o lume
    Alone in a world
    Doar a noastra
    Just our own

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    Thank you , Layla! And before I swallowed my lunch!!
    Greetings here from Makedonia....



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    Quote Originally Posted by SoyPoliglota View Post
    I could not agree more. I've got to say that when I first saw your nickname, I thought it was Orhan Pamuk. I wanted to ask for an autograph ..And then I realised it was Paul Orhan. I deffinitevely have to reduce my time on the computer, my eyes are starting to fail at their job!
    I wish I was that talented!!!! But the association wasn't far from my intentions, Orhan was added to Paul to make it more Turkish and to honour this formidable writer ;

    I guess we all should stay less here and more in real life, only it's so difficult to resign from those fascinating threads and people creating them!

    I have to admit your post brought smile to my lips and that's a rare gift - thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amaryn View Post
    Pawel: never a moment without great humour
    If anyone wants to check the map of the Balkan: here's a link Thanks anyway! Your Polish rep is excellent

    http://fi.wikipedia.org/wiki/Balkan
    Hvala Vam, Gospodin Amarynić, a very old stuff, indeed, the singer Violka or Fiolka Najdenowicz is of BUlgarian origins if I remember correctly. :-)

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    the interesting expedition continues: here's some historical stuff that fascinates me.


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    and this one, I think Partizanka will know this interests me too, historically speaking



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    Paul: It really feels good, knowing I made someone smile

    Hey, does anyone know the title of this song?
    Zna li neko kako se zove ova pjesma?


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    Here's a trip to Bulgaria involved: Diana Express:



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    Oldies but local Goldies: from 1974 obviously



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    This is something entirely different: Bosnian folkdance (I bet Feuersteve might be interested there) to probably Bosnian music



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    Greetings to Sarajevo



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    Iz Sarajeva...najslađi glas...
    Macbeth- Mahala


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    Parti, your postings are simply great! (the one below/above, "Mahala" is especially to my liking), however I should admit I'm slightly surprised that you didn't post any Balkan-Anatolian rock
    Good point about our Steve here, too!

    Hvala i pozdrav!
    Last edited by Paul Orhan; 08-20-2011 at 01:32 PM. Reason: trying to establish whether google.translate finally decided to include Bosnian among the list of languages...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Orhan View Post
    Parti, your postings are simply great! (the one below/above, "Mahala" is especially to my liking), however I should admit I'm slightly surprised that you didn't post any Balkan-Anatolian rock
    Good point about our Steve here, too!

    Hvala i pozdrav!

    Paul, I've heard this song hundreds of times, but for some reason, I can't stop repeating it today. I'm really glad you liked it...I think you have an unfair advantage with understanding it, Slavic roots + a few Turkish words.
    Anatolian rock... All in good time. All in good time. Pacing is everything.
    Admittedly, I am lost about the reference to our Steve and googletranslate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by partizanka View Post
    Paul, I've heard this song hundreds of times, but for some reason, I can't stop repeating it today. I'm really glad you liked it...I think you have an unfair advantage with understanding it, Slavic roots + a few Turkish words.
    Anatolian rock... All in good time. All in good time. Pacing is everything.
    Admittedly, I am lost about the reference to our Steve and googletranslate.
    Oh well you've mentioned the amazing Feuersteve in your post on Bosnian folk dance (exactly the person to mention on this occasion!!!!)

    As far as googletranslate is concerned I still hope they would include Bosnian in their language list (this tool can be very unnerving at times but proved itself quite useful many times here and I'd wish to write a short message in Bosnian one day with its help).

    BTW, Could you translate the title, please?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul Orhan View Post
    Oh well you've mentioned the amazing Feuersteve in your post on Bosnian folk dance (exactly the person to mention on this occasion!!!!)
    No, Paul, no! I am not the same person as amaryn! Did SilverMoon tell you that?
    I'm guessing you're referring to amaryn's post that is...or else I have clearly lost my mind. :verypossible:

    As far as googletranslate is concerned I still hope they would include Bosnian in their language list (this tool can be very unnerving at times but proved itself quite useful many times here and I'd wish to write a short message in Bosnian one day with its help).

    BTW, Could you translate the title, please?
    One day, one day...

    And of course , "mahala" comes from Turkish "mahalle" I believe (which may have taken it from some other language, perhaps Arabic or Farsi ). The meaning is like "neighbourhood" but it is also the feminine past tense for "to wave". The song is just a sad love song, he is singing basically that he wishes God will let him disappear before morning arrives, that he wishes joy to his beloved even when he can't be happy himself. Quite simple, but with his voice and the music, I really love it.

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    OMG, I'm such an idiot!!!

    I'm so relieved you're not Amaryn, though! You have remained yourself, thank God! And your sense of humour is as fine as ever -you've just given me the laugh of the week! And it's more precious than gold, really!

    Please, no matter what AyImIz might say, stay yourself!

    Thank you for the translation! (I'm so dumb not to have noticed the mahala/mahalle connection! I'd bet it was Farsi )

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