Afti i nyhta menei – Dimitra Papiou

Dimitra Papiou sings Afti I nyhta menei, a Greek song, a music theme of the movie with the same title, which means in English “This Night Remains”

Does life mean anything without love? Do we look for love, do we hide from it, do we let it seize our soul with no constrains, do we recognize it when it comes, do we try to define ourselves through love? Do we have a soul of fish in the body of cat and look, in vain, for “a sea to live in”, as Kraounakis said? What are we looking for? What we are chasing? When losing, what are we praising?

“This night remains” leads us back to that one night – and who doesn’t have it? – when “Kazantzidis voice (or whoever’s voice) was like sea”… like that searched for, dreamed of, never found sea “to live in”…The night when we were lost…but when we know we found what we are chasing for…”convicted to love an earthly love”…

Afti i nyhta menei 

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