Alkistis Protopsalti sings Zita mou oti thes, a Greek song which translates to “Ask me whatever you want”.
Zita mou oti thes (Ζήτα μου ότι θες in Greek) is a song written and composed by Haris Alexiou, who gave this song to her friend Alkistis Protopsalti in 1990.
Of course, we all remember that later on she also sung the song – personally I prefer Alexiou’s performance, but this is totally subjective, since this is a truly lovely song in any case.
Zita mou oti thes is one of the best love songs in Greek music. It is tender, emotional and absolutely loving. Love is the ultimate goal and the ultimate motion in life…
“Ask me whatever you want
Take me wherever you want”..
What more to say to the person you love? It’s the song of the complete surrender to love, to the person we love. Giving one self requires nothing less than being fully in love, so that you can give away yourself, what is most precious…
Zita mou oti thes is a song to dedicate to the person you love.