Tango of love – from most anti-Soviet movie of the USSR (English subtitles)

Tango of love – from most anti-Soviet movie of the USSR (English subtitles)


Figment of his imagination Wandering the world like a seagull, Pacing through the roads of the fate, Occasionally, sometimes, once and again as it were I would love to take an absence and to snooze. Let the ship to rest there for a minute, Tomorrow it’s embarking on its course. In lengthy roadtrips, skirmishes and expeditions
Every memory will fade and disappear. But in this hour when my palm caresses chin and shoulder yours, When love flows unasked for erupts and floods all by itself, With stressing force I quietly repeat: ‘Hear me, dear, believe me, dear, You are my idol I won’t leave you behind.’ Departing in the new uncharted spaces I might just sparkle a tear in my eye. And in passion, like in bliss we always seek
a constancy But there is nothing constant under Moon,
no!! Maybe you will tell one day to someone At evening side of long and windy life: ‘Still there was one time, there might have
been a minute Of that love that never since was’. But in this hour when my palm caresses chin and shoulder yours, When love flows unasked for erupts and floods all by itself, With stressing force I quietly repeat: ‘Hear me, dear, believe me, dear,
You are my idol, I won’t leave you behind.’ With stressing force I quietly repeat: ‘Hear me, dear, Believe me, dear, You are my idol, I won’t leave you behind.’

7 Comments on "Tango of love – from most anti-Soviet movie of the USSR (English subtitles)"


  1. Aha, one can add subtitles to Youtube. Nice, I can tame my thirst for song translation now in a more appropriate way.

    Takes a fair deal of time though.

    Most of the movies from the USSR are boring and unimaginative puddle of liquid shit. What would you expect from an authoritarian sect that mentally shut itself out from the centuries of shared human experience?

    Sadness, bitterness and phantom pains from severed civilisation — that's a distinctive feature of art and underground life of the USSR. Little they knew where that sadness came from, most of them considered it a Russian soul thing.

    One way or another, it's either their daring attempts to escape the reality, or their extreme dedication to the very subtle fabric of reality that earn some of those artists a place back in the shared human family.

    12 chairs is a movie about a sleazy con artist desperately pursuing a set of antique chairs, one of which has a cache of diamonds sewed in the cushion. The book made famous quotes: 'money in the morning — chairs in the evening, money in the evening — chairs in the morning'.

    Reply

  2. I got a friend who is part-Russian and he was named after Mironov and I only know know who that is, so thanks about the upload Oleg Mihailik, lol.

    Reply

  3. Its my "mistake" that You speak in english "under this videó" I know Russian very well but there was no comment so I did write but later decided I only "mesau" so I retreated. Anyway You should speak in Russian as its your very great culture! Viva Mironov and his sexy very nice(sorry currently I dont remember her beuty name) Ukrainian partner.

    Reply

  4. My favourite Russian actor ! I hate communism, USSR and all bolshevik shit, but I never make the confusion between this shit and Russian people, who is extraordinary! The genius of this people create many wanders, one of them was this great actor.

    Reply

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *