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ANNA, 25 y.o.
Sassari, Italy [Current City & Hometown]
Online 6 days ago
В Санкт-Петербурге - updated Jul 18

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Bachelor's degree



Joined 1 year ago, profile updated 1 year ago.

Displaying posts 1 to 10 of 18.
Reply - Conversation - Jul 18
Hello :)
Reply - Conversation - Jul 2
Hello iam Bilal
Reply - Conversation - Jun 18
nice to meet you~~^^ I am a man from Japan. Are you also interested in Japan?><
Reply - Conversation - Jun 9
wow that is hot. where really happy here when it gets up to 27 that's good for us but sits around 18 to 22 in our summer. so you can see why we have to chance the heat haha
Reply - Conversation - Jun 9
we have to save up to go on holiday to get that heat though lol haha. I love it hot but i can understand it could be hard to work in
Reply - Conversation - Jun 9
that is hot. we dont get that at any time of the year in north Scotland hah
Reply - Conversation - May 5
ciao anna comestai
Reply - Conversation - Nov 14
Very likely, still doesn't change the fact that I don't enjoy listening to the song more than once. The lyrics I found are below, but regardless of the context, I still don't like it singers use English words sprinkled around in the song.

This is probably the only song I really like where two languages are sung in the same song.
Reply - Conversation - Nov 14
It's fickle and empty. I get that he's telling a story, maybe it's more poetic in Italian, but to me the song has no soul. There's no feeling or heart in the lyrics. So a businessman had a "one-night stand" with a jazz dancer and wanted to write a song about it. That's all I got from the song.

I'd prefer songs sung with passion
Reply - Conversation - Nov 13
I loved "Nessuno Vuole Essere Robin!" It was a lot better than "La Nuova Stella Di Broadway." I couldn't get used to the use of English in that song. It didn't sound natural to me.

Do you have similar song recommendations?
I could share some English songs, but it's likely that you've heard them before.
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