This song to me is a source of inspiration.
The song is, kukushka from the legendary Soviet singer, Rock star.
To live in the city or the hamlets?
The song talks about a poet who couldn't finish his poems/songs because he was forced to enlist in WW2; and had to go to battle to defend his motherland.Siege of Sebastopol, Battle Seige of Odessa, Battle of Kursk Battle of Stalingrad Germans lost around 12 Million (around 7 Million died in the Eastern Front alone with Battle of Stalingrad considered as the bloodiest Battle in history).Lyudmila Pavlichenko at the Battle of Odessa) (Further reading.Who will go the lonely path?
Lie as a stone or burn like a star?
Technically I speak Russian fluently; but this is definitely one of my puttane in svizzera favorite songs which is not in my native tongue which.
Look inwards, the soul has all the answers.His hands which used to write poetry now was firing guns, and loading mortars.Americans won only 1 major Battle in the Pacific (.Soviet Union lost 27 Million (27,000,000) lives (women, children, kids) and soldiers to stop the German Wehrmacht onslaught in WW2; and eventually turn the tide in WW2.Where are you now, freedom of will?Victor Tsoi ( ).So aptly sung by, polina Gagarina as the Original Sound Track (OST) for the movie.
Pavlichenko: here here ).
With who are you now Greeting the gentle sunrise?
The whip Sunlight of mine, glance now.