Gent che moor
The Vad Vuc Lyrics


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Mi n'hu vist tanti da soci borla gio
Quei vün a l'Infernu, quei vün in dal so cò
Quei vün in un büceer, quei vün in Paradiis
E i henn tropp pooc quii che i restan chi a viif
Forsi l'è tropp quell che t'hu dumandaa
Forsi un suriis ma la dà gnanca ul me pà
E forsi perd, l'è ul nostru mestee
Forsi ul prosim che borla gio sun me…

Ma prima da nà vöri parlà cun te
O perlomeno dumandat ul parchè
Parchè tanti ropp mi ai capisi mia
Te g'het piantaa chi e pö ta s'het nai via
Parchè i to omm quand a parlan cun te
I g'hann i secocc pien dumà da danee?
Pö parlan cun nüm e g'hann pien dumà ul cöör
Par nüm dumà paroll e intant gh'è gent che möör…

E g'het dai da beef trop sanc a questa tèra
In dal tò nom a fann anca la guèra
In dal tò nom sa mazan cumè can
Dimm te parchè ta seet inscì luntan?
Parchè robi par me, e finisi in galera?
Parchè robi par te, e finisi a fa cariera?
Eh sì, forsi perd l'è la nostra benediziun
Ma alura mi lasi e borli gio in una canzun…

Forsi l'è tropp quell che t'hu dumandaa
Forsi un suriis ma la dà gnanca ul me pà




Forsi bestemi ma mi in dal tò nom
A preferisi, ves un diavul che un omm...

Overall Meaning

The Vad Vuc's song "Gent che moor" focuses on the idea of how people can live very different lives and end up with very different fates, whether they go to hell or paradise. The song's opening lines suggest that the world is full of people living very different lives. Some go to hell, some go to heaven, some end up in prison, and some become successful. The singer laments his lack of understanding about why some people end up struggling while others thrive.


The song then turns to a more personal and introspective theme, with the singer questioning why he has had so many difficulties in his life. He asks his listeners why he has been misunderstood and why his voice has not been heard. He suggests that people may be too focused on money and wealth to hear the truth that he is trying to convey.


The final verse of the song seems to suggest that the singer sees himself as sacrificial in some way. He acknowledges that sometimes people suffer while trying to do good in the world, but he suggests that this is a type of blessing rather than a curse. He then concludes the song by repeating the line "Forsi l'è tropp quell che t'hu dumandaa," which translates to "Maybe I'm asking too much."


Line by Line Meaning

Mi n'hu vist tanti da soci borla gio
I have seen many people enjoying life.


Quei vün a l'Infernu, quei vün in dal so cò
Some go to hell, some stay in their comfort zone.


Quei vün in un büceer, quei vün in Paradiis
Some end up in a ditch, some go to heaven.


E i henn tropp pooc quii che i restan chi a viif
And there are too few people here who are still alive.


Forsi l'è tropp quell che t'hu dumandaa
Maybe I have asked too much.


Forsi un suriis ma la dà gnanca ul me pà
Maybe it's just a joke, but it never makes my dad laugh.


E forsi perd, l'è ul nostru mestee
And maybe getting lost is our profession.


Forsi ul prosim che borla gio sun me…
Maybe the next to enjoy life will be me.


Ma prima da nà vöri parlà cun te
But before that, I want to talk to you.


O perlomeno dumandat ul parchè
Or at least ask why.


Parchè tanti ropp mi ai capisi mia
Why have so many people misunderstood me?


Te g'het piantaa chi e pö ta s'het nai via
You have left me alone and gone away.


Parchè i to omm quand a parlan cun te
Why do your men have money on their mind when they talk to you?


I g'hann i secocc pien dumà da danee?
Do they have their heads full of money?


Pö parlan cun nüm e g'hann pien dumà ul cöör
When they talk to us, do they have their hearts full of questions?


Par nüm dumà paroll e intant gh'è gent che möör…
While we talk, there are people dying.


E g'het dai da beef trop sanc a questa tèra
And there is too much bloodshed on this earth.


In dal tò nom a fann anca la guèra
In your name, they also make war.


In dal tò nom sa mazan cumè can
In your name, they act like dogs.


Dimm te parchè ta seet inscì luntan?
Tell me, why are you so far away?


Parchè robi par me, e finisi in galera?
Why do I get into trouble for you, and end up in jail?


Parchè robi par te, e finisi a fa cariera?
Why do I work for you, and end up with a career?


Eh sì, forsi perd l'è la nostra benediziun
Yes, maybe getting lost is our blessing.


Ma alura mi lasi e borli gio in una canzun…
But then you leave me, and enjoy life in a song.


Forsi bestemi ma mi in dal tò nom
Maybe it's blasphemy, but I act in your name.


A preferisi, ves un diavul che un omm...
I would rather be a devil than a man who prefers you over me.




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Comments from YouTube:

danisky93

bravi Vad Vuc! vi seguo da Cannobio, al confine col Ticino!!!!!
sempar insema sut al tecc dela musica dela tera, e del viv tut insema! =)

Luca Birra

questa canzone è bellissima peccato per il Cerno senza voce :(

Pulsephase

stupenda

Andrés Farías

Bello! :-)

Super Venza

Strano scometi che l'idea di treni la ghè vegnida al Jacky!!!

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