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Thursday, May 31, 2012

Django theme song - Roberto Fia (1966) with lyrics







(Lyrics)

Django!
Django, have you always been alone?
Django!
Django, have you never loved again?

Love will live on, oh oh...
Life must go on, oh oh...
For you can not spend your life regreating.

Django!
Django, you must face another day.
Django!
Django, now your love has gone away.

Once you loved her, whoa-oh...
Now you've lost her, whoa-oh...
But you've lost her forever, Django.

When there are clouds in the skies, and they are grey.
You may be sad, but remember that love will pass away.
Oh, Django!
After the showers in the sun.
Will be shining...

(Instrumental)

Once you loved her, whoa-oh...
Now you've lost her, whoa-oh...
But you've lost her forever, Django.

When there are clouds in the skies, and they are grey.
You may be sad, but remember that love will pass away.
Oh Django!
After the showers in the sun.
Will be shining...

Django!
Oh, oh, oh, Django!
You must go on,
Oh, oh, oh, Django!

8 comments:

  1. love it , brings back memory's from the past :)

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    1. Thank you, Burner. I hope you enjoy my blog.

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  2. Is this the original 1966 theme, and was Elvis tge artists?

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    1. No. Elvis never recorded this song. The singer is Roberto Fia, also known by Berto Fia

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  4. I could have sworn it was Elvis who sang it, it sounded exactly like him.

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    1. It would be very good if Elvis could have recorded this song.

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  5. Elvis' twin!! Wonderful.

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