O anthropos mou – Haris Alexiou

Haris Alexiou sings “O anthropos mou” a lovely Greek song which translates to “My man” in English.

O anthropos mou is a new song, from the latest album released by Haris Alexiou a few days ago. Alexiou wrote the lyrics and composed the music herself. Whenever she releases a new album, she manages to attract attention, as most of her fans and the Greek audience anticipates for some lovely new songs; and of course she didn’t disappoint us this time either. The new album contains some real gems, as this song featured here.

O anthropos mou is a song bearing the sensitivity – trademark of Haroula’s writing. It is a song about the “ideal” person, the man we want to have on our sides. The person who loves us, who tells us the things we want and need to hear, who is on our side and supports us with his clean words. A person who allows us to be ourselves.

Is there such thing as a perfect man or person? Probably not, but each one of us can find what he needs in someone; this person will come once…

O anthropos mou 

2 thoughts on “O anthropos mou – Haris Alexiou”

  1. This music is very beautiful! And the videoclip is in Lisbon. I’m a portuguese man living in Greece and i love Haris Alexiou songs! With this videoclip she made us (and in a special way me) very happy!

    Clap, clap, clap. Bravo!

  2. one of the beautiful songs i have ever heard ,i fall in love without understand one word in greek, and now after the translation i even love it more …..what a song.


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