Ela pare mou ti lypi – Eleni Tsaligopoulou


Ela pare mou ti lypi means “Come take my the sorrow away” and it is a Greek song written by the unforgettable composer Manos Hadjidakis, sung by Eleni Tsaligopoulou.

The song “Come, take the sorrow away from me” is joyful, light, tender and romantic and brings joy and perkiness to the soul, as love itself. Even if you try, you won’t find any piece of sevdah, sorrow, grime or plaint and despair.

Ela pare mou ti lypi is a song that has been sung by numerous artists and singers throughout the years, and is simply one of the truly beloved Greek songs, popular both among the younger and the elder generations.

Let’s hear this song, let’s enjoy love and sing along with Eleni Tsaligopoulou: You are a dove flying in the sky, let’s go find a star in a world far beyond…

Ela pare mou ti lypi 

2 thoughts on “Ela pare mou ti lypi – Eleni Tsaligopoulou”

  1. How beautiful Eleni Tsaligopoulou sings this wonderfully written song! Bravo!

    Christopher Tingus
    Harwich (Cape Cod), MA 02645

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