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Voglio Una Casa

Google Translation:

I want a house, I want beautiful
Full of light like a star
Sunny and luck
And the moon over the roof cues
Full of laughter, full of tears
House you dream, you dream so
Dididindi, Dididindi …

I want a home, for many people
I want solid and comfortable,
Rugged and warm, simple and true
To get music morning and evening
And the poem has its bed
I want to live under that roof.
Dididindi, Dididindi …

I want every home, which is inhabited
And no one sleeps on the street
Like a dog to beg
Why has no where to go
Treated like a beast spitting
And nobody, no one will help him.
Dididindi, Dididindi …

I want a home for boys,
who never know where to meet
and for the old, spacious homes
that they can live with relatives
houses do not care, for families
and that we are born sons and daughters.
Dididindi, Dididindi …

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