Vitas lyrics

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7 элемент (7 element)RussianAlbanian
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German #1 #2
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Il dolce suono (From opera Lucia di Lammermoor)ItalianCzech
Kurdish (Sorani)
Russian
Spanish
Turkish
SkyfallEnglishGerman
Portuguese
Serbian
Ангел без крыла (Angel bez kryla)RussianEnglish
Serbian
Spanish
Берега России (Berega Rossii)Russian
Return Home 1 Universal
Chinese
English
Finnish
Romanian
Serbian
Transliteration
Ukrainian
Бессонница (Bessonnitsa)RussianSerbian
Боже, как я люблю (Bozhe, kak ya lyublyu)Russian
В краю магнолий (V krayu magnolij)Russian
20th Century Hits
Serbian
Всё могут короли (Vsyo mogut koroli)Russian
Делала (Delala)Russian
Делю любовь на доли (Delyu lyubov' na doli)RussianSerbian
День рождения моей смерти (Den' rozhdeniya moej smerti)Russian
Философия чуда
English
Звезда (Zvezda)RussianArabic
Chinese
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English #1 #2
French #1 #2
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IPA
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Transliteration #1 #2
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German
Зорька алая (Zorʹka alaya)RussianEnglish
Spanish
Инопланетный друг (Inoplanetnyy drug)RussianEnglish
Portuguese
Serbian
Persian
Криком журавлиным (Krikom zhuravlinym)Russian
Возвращение домой часть 2
Chinese
English #1 #2
German
Japanese
Persian
Serbian
Люби меня (Lyubi menya)Russian
Скажи, что ты любишь
Chinese
Serbian
Turkish
Любите, пока любится (Lyubite, poka lyubitsya)RussianSerbian
Мама (Mama)Russian
Мама
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English
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German
Greek
Kurdish (Sorani)
Romanian
Serbian
Spanish
Turkish
Persian
Мне бы в небо (Mne by v nebo)RussianEnglish
Serbian
Не молчи так громко (Ne molchi tak gromko)RussianEnglish
Serbian
Опера 2 (Opera 2)Russian
Опера 2
Albanian
Bulgarian
Chinese
Croatian
Czech #1 #2
English #1 #2 #3 #4 #5
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German #1 #2
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Hebrew
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Turkish #1 #2
Поцелуй длиною в вечность (Potseluj dlinoyu v vechnost')Russian
Поцелуй длиною в вечность
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English
German
Kurdish (Sorani)
Romanian
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Spanish
Пташечка (Ptashechka)Russian
20th Century Hits
English
Serbian
Птица счастьяRussian
Сердцебиение (Serdtsebiyeniye)RussianEnglish
Serbian
Слепой художник (Slepoj khudozhnik)RussianSerbian
Тело (Telo)Russian
Философия чуда (2001)
Spanish
Улыбнись! (Ulybnis'!)RussianRomanian
Serbian
Spanish
Я живой (Ya zhivoj)RussianSerbian
Я подарю тебе мир (Ya podaryu tebe mir)Russian
Comments
Eagles HunterEagles Hunter    Thu, 06/07/2017 - 22:51

His page in Wikipedia defines him as a Latvian singer

RadixIceRadixIce    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.

RadixIceRadixIce    Sun, 30/07/2017 - 20:08

You're welcome! Regular smile

BalkanTranslate1BalkanTranslate1    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 HunterEagles 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

BalkanTranslate1BalkanTranslate1    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 HunterEagles 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.

BalkanTranslate1BalkanTranslate1    Thu, 31/08/2017 - 15:40

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

RadixIceRadixIce    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..

BalkanTranslate1BalkanTranslate1    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.

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