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Bella Ciao
Marc Ribot Lyrics


One fine morning I woke up early
Bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao
One fine morning I woke up early
Find the fascist at my door
Oh, partigiano, please take me with you
Bella ciao, bella ciao, goodbye beautiful
Oh, partigiano, please take me with you
I'm not afraid anymore

And if I die, oh, partigiano
Bella ciao, bella ciao, goodbye beautiful
Bury me upon that mountain
Beneath the shadow of the flower
Show all the people, the people passing
Bella ciao, bella ciao, goodbye beautiful
Show all the people, the people passing
And say, "oh, what a beautiful flower"

This is the flower of the partisan
Bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao
This is the flower of the partisan
Who died for freedom
This is the flower of the partisan
Who died for freedom

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Maurício Pitta

One fine morning
I woke up early
(bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao);
One fine morning
I woke up early
to find the fascist at my door.

O, partisano,
please, take me with you
(bella ciao, bella ciao, goodbye beautiful);
O, partisano,
please take me with you,
I'm not afraid anymore.

And if I die
a partisano
(bella ciao, bella ciao, goodbye beautiful),
bury me
upon my mountain
beneath the shadow of a flower.

So all the people,
the people passing
(bella ciao, bella ciao, goodbye beautiful);
So all the people,
the people passing,
they say "O, what a beautiful flower!"

This is the flower
of the partisan
(bella ciao, bella ciao, goodbye beautiful);
This is the flower
of the partisan
who died for freedom.
This is the flower
of the partisan
who died for freedom.



All comments from YouTube:

davide ormenese

1/6/2021 is a day in which this song has the most meaning. Solidarity from Italy to you democratic Americans

max270665

a song from my childhood and from the Italian Partisan Resistance of WW2 - A truly hauntingly beautiful version

Stephen Devincenzi

The first song he releases in years. And its fucking beautiful. Could I expect anything less?

Kentucky Fried Fredrik

@Space Reptile why so disrespectful? I agree with the other guy that Tom probably ain’t for you, but why be so disrespectful about it?

Mung Bean

@Space Reptile
Oh dear... you’re one of those..

L

@Space Reptile you came to the comment section of a song you dislike? To comment you disliked it on someone post? Weird behavior

A lesser Gracie

@kurtisle now kids settle down. No need for name calling over a song sung by Waits and Ribot.

A lesser Gracie

@Space Reptile lol

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Maurício Pitta

One fine morning
I woke up early
(bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao);
One fine morning
I woke up early
to find the fascist at my door.

O, partisano,
please, take me with you
(bella ciao, bella ciao, goodbye beautiful);
O, partisano,
please take me with you,
I'm not afraid anymore.

And if I die
a partisano
(bella ciao, bella ciao, goodbye beautiful),
bury me
upon my mountain
beneath the shadow of a flower.

So all the people,
the people passing
(bella ciao, bella ciao, goodbye beautiful);
So all the people,
the people passing,
they say "O, what a beautiful flower!"

This is the flower
of the partisan
(bella ciao, bella ciao, goodbye beautiful);
This is the flower
of the partisan
who died for freedom.
This is the flower
of the partisan
who died for freedom.

Thor Jørgensen

@Stefano Sorrentino Oh parmigiano, take me with you!
I'm not afraid of the parmesans anymore!

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