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Вечерай, Радо (Vecheray, Rado) (English translation)

  • Artist: Bulgarian Folk (Българска народна музика)
  • Also performed by: Slavi Trifonov, Ku-ku bend
  • Song: Вечерай, Радо (Vecheray, Rado) 4 translations
  • Translations: English, Greek, Serbian, Transliteration

Вечерай, Радо

Вечерай, Радо,
вечерай, Радо,
вечерай, Радо, мари,
вънка излизай...
 
Та си та питам,
та си та питам,
та си та питам, мари,
ти чула ли си...
 
За мен да гацйор,
за мен да гацйор,
за мен да гацйор, Радо,
по цело село...
 
Че съм бил одил,
че съм бил одил,
че съм бил одил, мари,
и съм бил чукал...
 
И съм бил чукал,
и съм бил чукал,
и съм бил чукал, мари,
по чужди порти...
 
По чужди порти,
по чужди порти,
по чужди порти, Радо,
и на вашата.
 
Submitted by Irina_KIrina_K on Tue, 14/02/2012 - 06:42
Last edited by ltlt on Thu, 21/05/2020 - 08:27
Submitter's comments:

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Have Supper, Rada

Have Supper, Rada*,
have Supper, Rada,
have Supper, Rada, mari**,
go outside...
 
I want to ask you,
I want to ask you,
I want to ask you, mari,
haven't you heard...
 
Someone talking about me,
someone talking about me,
someone talking about me, Rada,
around the village...
 
That I've been going,
that I've been going,
that I've been going, mari,
and I've been knocking...
 
And I've been knocking,
and I've been knocking,
and I've been knocking, mari,
on people's doors...
 
On people's doors,
on people's doors,
on people's doors, Rada,
and on your door.
 
Thanks!
thanked 23 times
Submitted by hinotori2772hinotori2772 on Tue, 14/02/2012 - 16:21
Added in reply to request by Irina_KIrina_K
Author's comments:

* Rada -- the name of the main female character in the song (in case you can't figure this out yourselves)
** mari -- a once very common familiar address to a woman in a conversation, now it associated with certain local variants of Bulgarian language. In English it can be translated simply as "woman" but "mari" is not that rude in fact I think it's even sort of polite... well not exactly like "milady", but much much better than "hey you the female over there".

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