Arabic Song- “Sing For Love”

Hi everyone,
Hope you’re all staying safe. I’d like to share something from my Lebanese culture. It’s one of my favorite Arabic songs performed by a national treasure, “Magida El Roumi.”
This song always brings me peace and tears to my eyes ♥ Translation below.

This is the translation: (Hope it makes sense)
“Sing for people, for love
Sing for me, sing for me.
Sing for a heartbeat.
Sing for me, SIng for me,
Sing for your soulmate.
Sing for me, Sing for me.

Sing for a heart that’s missing someone.
Sing for a dream on paper that hasn’t come true yet.
Sing for September when departure is inevitable.
Sing for me, sing for me, sing for me.

Sing for an anxious mind whose on nobody’s mind.
Sing for eyes that say words that nobody can say.
Sing for an answer that always remains a question.
Sing for me,,Sing for me,

Words are ending and the heart is broken,
Smiles are sinking in the sea of tears.

Sing for people, for love
Sing for me, sing for me.
Sing for a heartbeat.
Sing for me, SIng for me,
Sing for your soulmate.
Sing for me, Sing for me.”

5 Comments Add yours

  1. Jay Bleu says:

    Sounds beautiful 😎

    Liked by 2 people

    1. See all the all the audience there… This wasn’t a concert btw…it was a protest in 2006😂😂

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Jay Bleu says:

        Oh wow. Her singing is still beautiful haha

        Liked by 2 people

      2. She offered to make a concert for the protestors who were sleeping in tents.

        Yea, she’s very popular in the arab world.💖💖
        I met her once and she kept scolding me for being shy😂

        Like

      3. Jay Bleu says:

        Hahah. Oh wow that’s nice of her, too!

        Liked by 1 person

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