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Sadagam (Садагам) (English translation)

  • Artist: Kanykei (Каныкей)
  • Song: Sadagam (Садагам) 9 translations
  • Translations: English, Kazakh, Russian #1, #2, Transliteration #1, #2, Turkish #1, #2, Uzbek
  • Requests: Azerbaijani
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My darling

How much of unimplemented things we have
Your young heart had been burning in your feelings
I am exhausted to argue
The main things lead us back, to the same way.
 
How much of unimplemented things we have
How much of things are drawn down in the feelings
After the warmth and fondness the roads are long
On hard days, I remember the bread my mom used to bake
 
Don't grieve...
I know, there is only disappointment
Your life has torn apart
My darling!
Every day of mine
Without
Sadness and gloom
Is devoted to you! 1
 
And what if the life is so!
And what if the life is so!
 
Even the fate if it is not pained, blooms like a beauty.
Tell me, what's the use of taking umbrage?
This day will pass, how much times the sun will rise again
Learn how to forgive yourself, darling.
 
Don't grieve...
I know, there is only disappointment
Your life has torn apart
My darling!
Every day of mine
Without
Sadness and gloom
Is devoted to you!
 
Don't grieve...
I know, there is only disappointment
Your life has torn apart
My darling!
Every day of mine
Without
Sadness and gloom
Is devoted to you!
 
And what if the life is so!
And what if the life is so!
 
Don't grieve...
I know, there is only disappointment
Your life has torn apart
My darling!
Every day of mine
Without
Sadness and gloom
Is devoted to you!
 
And what if the life is so!
And what if the life is so!
 
  • 1. This means she will always think of him during those days but won't be with him in any case
Submitted by HramkoHramko on Mon, 27/10/2014 - 12:34
Last edited by HramkoHramko on Sun, 09/11/2014 - 11:48

Sadagam (Садагам)

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GuestGuest    Sun, 09/11/2014 - 11:24

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HramkoHramko    Sun, 09/11/2014 - 11:45

Thank you! Now I got it Regular smile

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