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    signomi, it's me again - the crazy german who tries to improve her greek ;-)

    I am looking for the lyrics from Pashalis Terzis "de me katalaves pote" - has it anybody in greek and english pls?

    and second - I REALLY DRIVE CRAZY WITH THIS TEXT - could anybody translate it in greek letters, because the latin letters are difficult to understand, sometimes the took the greek version of a latin letter, and sometimes not...I know that Thelw means Θέλω - but this is all I may understand *ggg*

    Thes na kanoume sxesh
    (Do you want us to start/have a relationship)

    oxi mono na se vlepw sta tyxaia
    (not only to meet you accidentaly)
    oxi oxi pali pali na mou feygeis to prwi
    (no no not again you leaving from me , in the morning)
    oxi pali na mou feygeis to prwi
    (not again , you leaving from me , in the morning)
    oxi pali na mou feygeis to prwi
    (not again , you leaving from me , in the morning)

    thelw agapi mou na eisai h moiraia h ginaika poy tha lew monadiki
    (I want you my love you to be the femme fatal that i would call "the only one" )
    h ginaika poy ..h gynaika poy tha lew monadiki
    (the woman ... the womna that I would call "the only one" )
    h ginaika poy tha lew monadiki
    ( the womna that I would call "the only one" )

    8elw monimes mazi sou tis stigmes
    ( I want the moments with you permanent)
    t'apofasisa agaph mou trelh
    ( I have already disided , my crazy love)
    den mou arkei pia na mou les poso me theleis
    (it is not enough any more just to tell how much you want me )
    8elv agaph na sexv mia zwh
    (I want my love to have you for a lifetime)
    pes mou thes thes thes
    (Tell me , do you want? do you want?)

    thes na kanoume sxesh
    (do you want to have/start a relationship?)
    thes na kanoume sxesh
    (do you want to have/start a relationship?)
    na perpatame agalia na se filw sta fanera
    (walking hugged , kissing you in the open)
    na se krataw ap'th mesh
    (to hold your waist)

    8es na kanoume sxesh? (3)
    (do you want to have/start a relationship?)

    8es na kantoume sxesh
    (do you want to have/start a relationship?)

    na koimomaste mazi ,
    (to sleep together )
    mia gia panta mia zvh
    ( once and for all in life)
    o erwtas na mas desei
    (love to tie us )
    kai pou ksereis isws kai na padreftoume
    (and who knows , we might get married to each other)
    den adexw san trelos na perimenw
    (I cannot stand waiting like crazy)
    ma afou les pws gia tous gyro adiaforoume
    (but since you say we have no regard for the other arround)
    giati krivomaste den to katalavainw
    (why are we hiding , I don't understand it)
    thes ? pes mou thes ? thes
    (do you want? tell me , do you want? do you want?


    efcharisto para poli


    I promise that I will leave you alone next week, because I will travel to Athens and Paros :-)))

    susi

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    Guess it's the song with Konstantinos Xristoforou, and it has been translated here before.. Maybe you can get some help from that translation?
    "Ποιος ταξιδεύει στα μάτια σου;
    Και ποιός ξαγρυπνά στο κορμί σου;
    Μάτια μπλε στα μεγάλα ταξίδια σου
    Θα'μαι εδώ θα'μαι πάντα μαζί σου"

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    Δε με κατάλαβες ποτέ

    Με ποια δικαιολογία
    θα κλέψεις εντυπώσεις
    αφου οι τελευταίες
    εξαντλήθηκαν

    Μια αγάπη που πεθαίνει
    μην προσπαθείς να σώσεις
    στου χωρισμού τη μάχη
    όλα κρίθηκαν

    Τα πάντα τέλειωσαν
    το ξέρεις έφταιξες
    κι όταν χανόμαστε
    θέατρο έπαιξες

    Δε με κατάλαβες ποτέ
    από συνήθεια έλεγες ναι
    κι οι όρκοι αγάπης που'χες πει
    από συνήθεια κι αυτοί

    Δε με κατάλαβες ποτέ
    από συνήθεια έλεγες ναι
    κι οι όρκοι αγάπης που'χες πει
    από συνήθεια κι αυτοί

    Μέσα απ'τα ψέμματά σου
    γνώρισα την καρδιά σου
    και μια μεγάλη αγάπη
    που την γκρέμισες

    Σαν μαγική εικόνα
    ήταν ο έρωτάς σου
    και την ζωή μου πίκρα
    μόνο γέμισες

    Δε με κατάλαβες ποτέ
    από συνήθεια έλεγες ναι
    κι οι όρκοι αγάπης που'χες πει
    από συνήθεια κι αυτοί

    Δε με κατάλαβες ποτέ
    από συνήθεια έλεγες ναι
    κι οι όρκοι αγάπης που'χες πει
    από συνήθεια κι αυτοί
    "Ποιος ταξιδεύει στα μάτια σου;
    Και ποιός ξαγρυπνά στο κορμί σου;
    Μάτια μπλε στα μεγάλα ταξίδια σου
    Θα'μαι εδώ θα'μαι πάντα μαζί σου"

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    Athens and Paros... you lucky thing! What will you do there?
    "Ποιος ταξιδεύει στα μάτια σου;
    Και ποιός ξαγρυπνά στο κορμί σου;
    Μάτια μπλε στα μεγάλα ταξίδια σου
    Θα'μαι εδώ θα'μαι πάντα μαζί σου"

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue velvet View Post
    signomi, it's me again - the crazy german who tries to improve her greek ;-)

    I am looking for the lyrics from Pashalis Terzis "de me katalaves pote" - has it anybody in greek and english pls?

    and second - I REALLY DRIVE CRAZY WITH THIS TEXT - could anybody translate it in greek letters, because the latin letters are difficult to understand, sometimes the took the greek version of a latin letter, and sometimes not...I know that Thelw means Θέλω - but this is all I may understand *ggg*


    efcharisto para poli


    I promise that I will leave you alone next week, because I will travel to Athens and Paros :-)))

    susi


    ... ...


    "bluevelvet" ... hello ... !!! ...


    ... if I am not "being" too "intrusive" ... I would love to "assist" you with your "Greek translation" ... !!! ... ... ... *υ*

    And, by the way, ... yes !!! ... you are absolutely "right" about the "confusing" ... "way" ... people write "Greek in latin characters" ... (very commonly not "taking into account" that not "everyone" is "Greek literate" to "make the links" ... !!! ... which, "BELIEVE" me are NOT so "recognisable" to "make" ... !!! LOL !!! ... *υ* ... !!! ...) ... !!! ... ... ...

    I "prefer" the "English phonetic" ... "approach" ... even if it DOES "look" like "murdering" the "Greek (orthografia) Dictation" ... !!! ... *υ* ... !!! ...


    AND, may I "say", ... "VERY GOOD WORK" ... indeed !!! ... !!! ... !!!


    So, ... shall we "begin" ... ?!? ... *υ* ...


    Azim


    P.S.: ... best "wishes" for a "LOVELY" time in your trip to Greece ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ... *υ*


    ... ...


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    Thes na kanoume sxesh
    / thes na kanoume shesi
    (Do you want us to start/have a relationship)

    oxi mono na se vlepw sta tyxaia
    / ohi mono na se vlepo tihea
    (not only to meet you accidentaly)
    oxi oxi pali pali na mou feygeis to prwi
    / ohi, ohi pali, pali na mou fevyis to proi
    (no no not again you leaving from me , in the morning)
    oxi pali na mou feygeis to prwi
    / ohi pali na mou fevyis to proi
    (not again , you leaving from me , in the morning)
    oxi pali na mou feygeis to prwi
    / ohi pali na mou fevyis to proi
    (not again , you leaving from me , in the morning)

    thelw agapi mou na eisai h moiraia h ginaika poy tha lew monadiki
    / thelo agapi mou, na ise i mirea i yineka pou tha leo monadiki
    (I want you my love you to be the femme fatal that i would call "the only one" )
    h ginaika poy ..h gynaika poy tha lew monadiki
    / i yineka pou ... i yineka pou tha leo monadiki
    (the woman ... the womna that I would call "the only one" )
    h ginaika poy tha lew monadiki
    / i yineka pou tha leo monadiki
    ( the womna that I would call "the only one" )

    8elw monimes mazi sou tis stigmes
    . thelo monimes mazi sou tis stigmes
    ( I want the moments with you permanent)
    t'apofasisa agaph mou trelh
    t' apofasisa agapi mou treli
    ( I have already disided , my crazy love)
    den mou arkei pia na mou les poso me theleis
    / den mou arki pia na mou les poso me thelis
    (it is not enough any more just to tell how much you want me )
    8elv agaph na sexv mia zwh
    / thelo agapi mou na s' eho mia zoi
    (I want my love to have you for a lifetime)
    pes mou thes thes thes
    pes mou, thes, thes, thes
    (Tell me , do you want? do you want? do you want ?)

    thes na kanoume sxesh
    / thes na kanoume shesi
    (do you want to have/start a relationship?)
    thes na kanoume sxesh
    / thes na kanoume shesi
    (do you want to have/start a relationship?)
    na perpatame agalia na se filw sta fanera
    / na perpatame agalia na se filo sta fanera
    (walking hugged , kissing you in the open)
    to be walking (while) holding (each other), to be kissing you in "visible" (way) (= out in the open, visible for all to see)
    na se krataw ap'th mesh
    / na se krato ap' ti mesi
    (to hold your waist)
    to hold you from the waist (embracing your waist)

    8es na kanoume sxesh? (3)
    / thes na kanoume shesi
    (do you want to have/start a relationship?)

    8es na kantoume sxesh
    / thes na kanoume shesi
    (do you want to have/start a relationship?)

    na koimomaste mazi
    / na kimomaste mazi
    (to sleep together )
    mia gia panta mia zvh
    / mia ya panta sti zoi
    ( once and for all in life)
    once and for all, for a lifetime
    o erwtas na mas desei
    / o erotas na mas desi
    (love to tie us )
    kai pou ksereis isws kai na padreftoume
    / ke pou kseris, isos ke na pantreftoume
    (and who knows , we might get married to each other)
    den adexw san trelos na perimenw
    / den thelo san trelos na perimeno
    (I cannot stand waiting like crazy)
    I do not want, like crazy, to wait (any longer)
    ma afou les pws gia tous gyro adiaforoume
    / ma afou les pos ya tous yiro adiaforoume
    (but since you say we have no regard for the other arround)
    giati krivomaste den to katalavainw
    / yati krivomaste den to katalaveno
    (why are we hiding , I don't understand it)
    thes ? pes mou thes ? thes
    / thes ? pes mou, thes ?
    (do you want? tell me , do you want?)



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    To be is to do - Plato
    To do is to be - Socrates
    Do be do be do - Frank Sinatra

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    Quote Originally Posted by omorfi View Post
    Athens and Paros... you lucky thing! What will you do there?
    kalispera omorfi,

    first and foremost, I will look after a job in Greece, because I want to work there this year again, and second, I want to meet some friends, one special friend of mine, and visit my german girlfriend in parikia, who's living in Greece for 10 years now.

    And if I'm lucky I may stay sometimes for good in Greece ;-))

    gia sou
    susi
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    Quote Originally Posted by azimut View Post
    ... ...


    I "prefer" the "English phonetic" ... "approach" ... even if it DOES "look" like "murdering" the "Greek (orthografia) Dictation" ... !!! ... *υ* ... !!! ...



    P.S.: ... best "wishes" for a "LOVELY" time in your trip to Greece ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ... *υ*

    I prefer to murder the greek orthografia, beause I am used in it - and tell me, in which language you may find 5 (!) possibilities to write only one letter *i*?

    the Greeks are crazy, but I love them, cause I am crazy too ;-).

    I will have a lovely time in Greece, be sure - because I love the country and the people there.

    efcharisto
    susi
    Last edited by blue velvet; 02-10-2007 at 09:47 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue velvet View Post
    kalispera omorfi,

    first and foremost, I will look after a job in Greece, because I want to work there this year again, and second, I want to meet some friends, one special friend of mine, and visit my german girlfriend in parikia, who's living in Greece for 10 years now.

    And if I'm lucky I may stay sometimes for good in Greece ;-))

    gia sou
    susi

    Kalispera re Susi

    So you have worked there before.. How was it if I may ask?
    Well if I'm lucky too I will stay sometime for ever in Greece..
    "Ποιος ταξιδεύει στα μάτια σου;
    Και ποιός ξαγρυπνά στο κορμί σου;
    Μάτια μπλε στα μεγάλα ταξίδια σου
    Θα'μαι εδώ θα'μαι πάντα μαζί σου"

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    hi omorfi,

    Oh it was very good - much work, everyday, without one day off during last summer, but I enjoyed it very much, because I could go everyday after finishing work to the beach.

    but I was working for a french couple last year, and they paid really much, compared to Greeks - well I will see what happens this summer, maybe we will go into business for ourselves - depends on my health.

    other possibility, I will look after an old, rich Greek shipowner, to marry me....lol

    gia sou
    susi
    Last edited by blue velvet; 02-10-2007 at 09:51 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue velvet View Post
    hi omorfi,

    Oh it was very good - much work, everyday, without on day off during last summer, but I enjoyed it very much, because I could go everyday after finishing work to the beach.

    but I was working for a french couple last year, and they paid really much, compared to Greeks - well I will see what happens this summer, maybe we will go into business for ourselves - depends on my health.

    other possibility, I will look after an old, rich Greek shipowner, to marry me....lol

    gia sou
    susi

    Well that's my general impression of work in Greece... work, work, work, 1 day off if you are lucky...

    I hope this "go into business for yourself", means something good.. hahah.

    Don't forget happiness a long the way...
    "Ποιος ταξιδεύει στα μάτια σου;
    Και ποιός ξαγρυπνά στο κορμί σου;
    Μάτια μπλε στα μεγάλα ταξίδια σου
    Θα'μαι εδώ θα'μαι πάντα μαζί σου"

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue velvet View Post
    I prefer to murder the greek orthografia, beause I am used in it - and tell me, in which language you may find 5 (!) possibilyties to write only one letter *i*?
    ... ...


    ... ... ... INDEED !!! ... ... ...



    the Greeks are crazy, but I love them, cause I am crazy too ;-).

    ... ...


    (... that is "certified" [by myself !!!], ... to "be" the ... "Greek Grin" ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ...

    ... and, there is a lovely "interpretation", by "dya" and "omorfi", about "it" ... !!! ... *υ* ... !!! ...)

    ( ΟΗ !!! AND, ... *υ* ... "this" one is "certified" [again by myself !!! LOL !!!], ... to "be" a ... "Cypriot smile" ... it is not "colourful" perhaps, BUT [AND], it is "thorough" ... !!! ... *υ* ... !!! ...) ... ... ...



    I will have a lovely time in Greece, be sure - because I love the country and the people there.

    efcharisto
    susi

    ... I am QUITE "sure" you are ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ... *υ*


    ... especially, as you "seem" to "know" your ... "whereabouts" ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ... *υ*


    All the best to you "bluevelvet" mou ... !!! ... *υ* ... !!! ...


    Azim


    ... ...


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    To do is to be - Socrates
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    efcharisto agapi mou - do you know my first word I knew in greek?!

    I may help you it was not *simera* ;-)))

    gia sou

    susi
    αν ο Θεός δεν είναι Έλληνας, τότε γιατί είναι μπλέ και άσπρος ο ουρανός;

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue velvet View Post
    efcharisto agapi mou - do you know my first word I knew in greek?!

    I may help you it was not *simera* ;-)))

    gia sou

    susi

    ... ...


    OH !!! MY GOD !!! ... BLACK FOREST ?!? ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ...


    Last Summer, was my first "visit" to "Germany" ... ... ... !!! ... ... ...


    ... "had" "made" a ... "GRAND TOUR" of this "FAIRY-like" country ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ...


    ... and "BLACK FOREST" ... was DEFINATELY one of my MOST "favourite" and quite "enjoyable" ... "excursions" ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ...


    ... ...


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    OH HEAVEN

    I don't like the black forrest - in summer it's always raining, in winter we have snow - sun is less and no sea ;-))) Sometimes, if we are lucky, SUN is shining a few hours, before shi disappears behind the *mountains*

    But I know, for foreigners black forrest seemed to be nice - and some places are nice.

    greetings from black forrest
    susi
    αν ο Θεός δεν είναι Έλληνας, τότε γιατί είναι μπλέ και άσπρος ο ουρανός;

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    Quote Originally Posted by omorfi View Post
    Well that's my general impression of work in Greece... work, work, work, 1 day off if you are lucky...

    I hope this "go into business for yourself", means something good.. hahah.

    Don't forget happiness a long the way...


    you are right my dear - and if our idea to go into business will be ok, we will see, because this means more work - 10 days a week 36 hours a day *löl*

    I'm preapared to walk a long way ;-)

    susi
    αν ο Θεός δεν είναι Έλληνας, τότε γιατί είναι μπλέ και άσπρος ο ουρανός;

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue velvet View Post
    OH HEAVEN

    I don't like the black forrest - in summer it's always raining, in winter we have snow - sun is less and no sea ;-))) Sometimes, if we are lucky, SUN is shining a few hours, before shi disappears behind the *mountains*

    But I know, for foreigners black forrest seemed to be nice - and some places are nice.

    greetings from black forrest
    susi

    ... ...


    I guess, we "human beings" ... tend to "feel" ... THAT "way" ... about the "places" we "live - in" ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ...


    I guess, it is the ... "root" ... that "some of us" ... "feel" like ... "shackles" ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ...


    ... "something" that an "alien place" ... an "exotic" (= "out" of "us" and what we "know") place, ... has NO "grab hold" of ... ... ... !!! ... ... ...

    ... and, we "feel" ... "free" ... to "experience" ... "Life" ... "better" ... ... ... !!! ... ... ...


    ... ALTHOUGH, ofcourse, (and this is "documented", for the "humans" that are not simply "satisfied" with "being" !!! LOL !!! ...), ... that, ... "LIGHT" ... is THOROUGHLY IMPORTANT for the "WELL BEING" of "us", "human beings" ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ...

    ... and so, a "place" that has "little" or, not as "frequently" as "required" ... "LIGHT" ... may be "truly" a QUITE "gloomy" place for a "human being" to "Live - In" ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ...


    ... ...


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    a very philosophical approach, BUT you are right, I agree completely, I guess no Greek will miss the sea, when he is used to live at the sea everyday, and is grown up in this country - for me it is too a question of mentality, deep in my heard I am no typical German, I don't like most of their behaviour - and the Greek mentality is nearly mine - perhaps they interchanged me after birth, and my real parents are Greek ;-)))

    very good explanation - I see, you are really studying life :-)

    gia sou
    susi
    αν ο Θεός δεν είναι Έλληνας, τότε γιατί είναι μπλέ και άσπρος ο ουρανός;

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue velvet View Post
    a very philosophical approach, BUT you are right, I agree completely, I guess no Greek will miss the sea, when he is used to live at the sea everyday, and is grown up in this country - for me it is too a question of mentality, deep in my heard I am no typical German, I don't like most of their behaviour - and the Greek mentality is nearly mine - perhaps they interchanged me after birth, and my real parents are Greek ;-)))

    very good explanation - I see, you are really studying life :-)

    gia sou
    susi


    ... ...


    Υou are quite a "heartwarming" person, "bluevelvet" mou ... !!! ... *υ* ... !!! ...


    Thank you for your kind "words" ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ... *υ*


    I am "of the idea" that ...

    ... "it 'takes' 'one', to 'recognise' 'one' ..." ... !!! ...


    ... !!! ... *υ* ... !!! ...



    May the "Universe" ... "keep" ... "you" and your ... "endeavours" ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ...


    and, alll the best wishes and regards from myself, "bluevelvet" mou ... !!! ... !!! ... !!! ... *υ*


    Azim


    ... ...


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    I am on my way azimmou - although nobody here understands how I could be crazy enough to learn such a laguage + to make such effords to be able to return to Greece, and maybe to stay for good there. Cause most -Germans look to Greece as an atiquated country.

    But does no matter, it's my life, I am free, and at the end I only want to sing one song: I did it my way ;-)))

    gia sou
    susi
    αν ο Θεός δεν είναι Έλληνας, τότε γιατί είναι μπλέ και άσπρος ο ουρανός;

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    Quote Originally Posted by blue velvet View Post
    a very philosophical approach, BUT you are right, I agree completely, I guess no Greek will miss the sea, when he is used to live at the sea everyday, and is grown up in this country - for me it is too a question of mentality, deep in my heard I am no typical German, I don't like most of their behaviour - and the Greek mentality is nearly mine - perhaps they interchanged me after birth, and my real parents are Greek ;-)))

    very good explanation - I see, you are really studying life :-)

    gia sou
    susi

    Ok, I just have to say... If you meet some Greek couple that "lost" their daughter about 21-22 years ago, let me know.. because that might be my PARENTS... lol...
    "Ποιος ταξιδεύει στα μάτια σου;
    Και ποιός ξαγρυπνά στο κορμί σου;
    Μάτια μπλε στα μεγάλα ταξίδια σου
    Θα'μαι εδώ θα'μαι πάντα μαζί σου"

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