Dyo portes exei i zoi – Stelios Kazantzidis

Stelios Kazantzidis sings the song Dyo portes exei i zoi which translates to “Life has two doors”. The song Dyo portes exei i zoi is written by the great Eftichia Papagiannopoulou, composed by Kazantzidis and marked by his voice.

The song Dyo portes exei i zoi is also known as “Ola einai ena psema”, which means “everything is a lie”.

Dyo portes exei i zoi is one of the most known and beloved laika songs, sung in a memorable way by Stelios Kazantzidis; actually this is the happy coincidence, a marking moment in the history of the Greek Music, as two major artists combined their artistic genius, to create a unique result about life, love and destiny.

The interesting part about this song is that the phrase “Life has two doors, I opened one and entered” has become something like a slogan in popular language.

Dyo portes exei i zoi 

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