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The Blue Diamonds Met Koor Van De Technische Troepen - Lilli Marlene (Lili Marleen) / Red River Rose download album

  • Performer: The Blue Diamonds
  • Title: Lilli Marlene (Lili Marleen) / Red River Rose
  • Genre: Rock
  • Formats: MMF XM DMF FLAC MP2 MIDI TTA
  • Released: 1962
  • Style: Rock & Roll
  • MP3 album: 1528 mb
  • FLAC album: 1468 mb
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The Blue Diamonds Met Koor Van De Technische Troepen - Lilli Marlene (Lili Marleen) / Red River Rose download album

Last update on: August 11, 2018. You'd always be my lily of the lamp light my own Lilly Marlene Time had come for roll call time for us to bye darling i can rescue and press you to my heart and then neath that isle of lantern light I'd hold you tight We'd kiss good night my Lilly of the lamp light my own Lilly Marlene.

Lili Marlene", "Lily Marlene", "Lili Marlène" et. is a German love song which became popular during World War II with soldiers of both sides. Written in 1915 during World War I, the poem was published under the title "Das Lied eines jungen Soldaten auf der Wacht" (German for "The Song of a Young Soldier on Watch") in 1937, and was first recorded by Lale Andersen in 1939 under the title "Das Mädchen unter der Laterne" ("The Girl under the Lantern").

Underneath the lantern by the barrack gate Darling I remember the way you used to wait Twas there that you whispered tenderly That you loved me You'd always be My Lili of the lamplight My own Lili Marlene Time would come for roll call Time for us to part Darling I'd caress you and press you to my heart And there.

Lili Marlene is easily the most popular war song ever. Its theme of dreaming for one's lover is universal. Le poème de Hans Leip, quoique de caractère décidément antiguerre, fut publié dans un recueil de poésies patriotiques en 1937 ; bien vite Lili Marleen (elle aussi notoirement antiguerre) allait attirer l’attention de la chanteuse Lale Andersen (pseudonyme d’Eulalia Lieselotte Bunnenberg, née en 1905 à Bremerhaven et morte en 1972 à Vienne), qui demanda au compositeur Rudolf Zink, de la mettre en.

Tracklist Hide Credits

A Lilli Marlene (Lili Marleen)
Written-By – Leip*, Schultze*, Connor*
B Red River Rose
Written-By – Reine*, Connor*

Credits

  • Conductor – Jack Bulterman
  • Orchestra – Orchester Jack Bulterman*


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