Vitas lyrics

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Angel bez kryla (Ангел без крыла)RussianEnglish
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Berega Rossii (Берега России)Russian
Return Home 1 Universal
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Bessonnitsa (Бессонница)RussianSerbian
Delyu lyubov' na doli (Делю любовь на доли)RussianSerbian
God, How i love (Боже, как я люблю)RussianRomanian
Il dolce suono (From opera Lucia di Lammermoor)ItalianKurdish (Sorani)
Inoplanetnij drug (Инопланетный друг)RussianSerbian
Krikom zhuravlinym (Криком журавлиным)Russian
Возвращение домой часть 2
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English #1 #2
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Lyubi menya (Люби меня)Russian
Скажи, что ты любишь
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Lyubite, poka lyubitsya (Любите, пока любится)RussianSerbian
Mama (Мама)Russian
Мама
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Mne byl v nebo (Мне бы в небо)RussianSerbian
Ne molchi tak gromko (Не молчи так громко)RussianSerbian
Opera 2 (Опера 2)Russian
Опера 2
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English #1 #2 #3 #4
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Potseluj dlinoyu v vechnost' (Поцелуй длиною в вечность)Russian
Поцелуй длиною в вечность
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Ptashechka (Пташечка)Russian
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Serdtsebiyeniye (Сердцебиение)RussianSerbian
SkyfallEnglishPortuguese
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Slepoj khudozhnik (Слепой художник)RussianSerbian
Ulybnis'! (Улыбнись!)RussianSerbian
V krayu magnolij (В краю магнолий)Russian
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Ya zhivoj (Я живой)RussianSerbian
Zvezda (Звезда)RussianArabic
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Vitas also performedTranslations
Nikolay Gnatyuk - Ptitsa Schastiya (Птица счастья)Russian
Comments
Eagles Hunter    Thu, 06/07/2017 - 22:51

His page in Wikipedia defines him as a Latvian singer

taddy26    Fri, 28/07/2017 - 06:24

Yes, he is latvian. I changed it.
[@moscowgirl1998] he doesn't need to report it, he's an editor, he could do it himself.

ayree    Sun, 30/07/2017 - 19:48

OK, thank you!
(Oh jeez I'm sorry I didn't realize that)

taddy26    Sun, 30/07/2017 - 20:08

You're welcome! Regular smile

BalkanTranslate1    Wed, 30/08/2017 - 11:35

He is not Latvian. This is copy-paste from English Wikipedia:

Vitaliy Vladasovich Grachov (...) is a Ukrainian singer who sings in Russian, and is also known as the "Russian Chayanne".

This means he is Ukrainian.

Eagles Hunter    Wed, 30/08/2017 - 13:37

Well, it's funny. But his official facebook page describes him as a "RUSSIAN CITIZEN", "RUSSIAN MUSICIAN", "RUSSIAN ARTIST" in this passage: "The Chinese Organizing Committee of the XXIX Olympic Games invited a well-known Russian Artist Vitas to take part in ........"
.......................
We need him to answer this question

BalkanTranslate1    Thu, 31/08/2017 - 15:13

Yes, it certainly is Regular smile But he's considered as Ukrainian singer even on Russian Wikipedia which is a sufficient proof to categorize him as Ukrainian in my opinion.

Best regards!
Stefan

Eagles Hunter    Thu, 31/08/2017 - 15:39

Wikipedia is an open site. It can not be considered a reference at all. You can write whatever you like and change whatever you want. For example: When I commented here in the first time it was written in Wikipedia that he is Latvian. But seems that someone has changed this.
I think how he defines himself weights more in such things. He didn't define himself as a Ukrainian citizen neither in his official site (neither in English, nor in Russian), nor in his official page on Facebook.

BalkanTranslate1    Thu, 31/08/2017 - 15:40

Well, should we define him as Russian in that case?

taddy26    Thu, 31/08/2017 - 15:50

Sorry for interfering, but I always think it's always better to add the country to the artists where they were born (born& raised), and this singer was born in Lativia and he was living in Latvia till he became a teenager. His parents also probably were Latvians..

BalkanTranslate1    Thu, 31/08/2017 - 15:55

Well, I think it's not a good idea. For example, there are many Serbs born in Croatia who would find it offending if you categorize them as Croatians. I think that artist's nationality is the best option for defining his/her country. For example: a Serb born in Croatia - his country: Serbia, Russian born in Latvia - his country: Russia etc.