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GUEST,karen Italian Folksongs (146* d) RE: Italian Folksongs 12 Aug 06

Grazie mille - e cosi presto !
I like to listen to, and translate Italian songs to help my study of the language, but the dialects make it a little tricky - that's why it's so helpful to have the lyrics.
While we're at it, I have another song called Ciao Amore, but the lyrics aren't the same as any I've found on the internet. The chorus goes
"Ciao amore, ciao amore, ciao amore, ciao
Bye bye love you, bye bye love you, bye bye love good-bye
Je t'aime un amour, je t'aime un amour, je t'aime un amour, je t'aime un amour
Te quiero mucho etc "(something like that, I presume it's spanish)
and it starts off " ? bella sta e qui" and another line at the start is "e dire ciao bella come stai"
thanks again.

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