submitted by James Victor Prineas on 24.02.2006
Song Title: "We Will Never Find Kythera"
Composed by George Katsaros and Charis Lymberopoulos
Bouzouki and vocals performed by Dimitri Haremis
Sound Recording by Lucky Poulos
Produced by Alexandra Ermolaeff
Authored in Association with the University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
© 2001 Alexandra Ermolaeff
Sit on a rock by the seas edge
place your hand against the sun
take a handful of the sea
take a handful of the sun
and wash my face
and wash my face
We will never find Kythera
we missed the boat
on the waves of the Aegean we will be lost
two waves that were extinguished
Source: Song composed by Giorgos Katsaros and lyrics by Charis Lymberopoulos
submitted by Guy And Marisa Saltis on 18.09.2007
Very moving and heartfelt
submitted by Maria Kalligeros on 09.11.2007
Fantastic! I love this music!
submitted by Michel Chikhani on 18.11.2007
A truely beautiful and inspiring song!
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