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Time to say goodbye
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Time to Say Goodbye (Con te partirò)
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This is wrong. Con te partiro literally means "with you I will leave" not "time to say goodbye." The whole "time to say goodbye" thing was when Andrea Bocelli and (I think it was) Sarah Brightman were singing a duet of this and the crowd was begging for an encore, so she started singing "time to say goodbye" to them as in the show is over. Common misconception, but it means "with you I will leave." Hope that helps.
con te partirò was inserted as the song's other name not as a direct translation of the words ' time to say goodbye' .
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This is really wrong in Italian it means "with you i will leave" as in leave bieng first person so like "with you i will leave on a trip"
this is wonderful. one of the best songs I have listened to.
Well, now I know why this song always makes me tear up when I hear it even though I could never understand most of it.
Thank You so much! My Parents have enjoyed Bocelli's music for a while now and anted to know what it meant...Thank You for doing this!