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Здравко Чолић – Ти Си Ми У Крви lyrics

[Строфа 1]
Погледом ме милујеш
К'о да ме додирујеш
И сваки пут као да је први...
Ја стално мислим престаће
Из чиста мира нестаће
Ал' пожуда не престаје
Ти си ми у крви!

[Строфа 2]
Толико дугих година
Узимања - Давања
Остајем последњи и први...
Због Тебе сањам Цигане
И смишљам слатке преваре
Ал' ђаво се не предаје
Ти си ми у крви!

[Соло]

[Рефрен]
Ако те одведу Цигани Чергари
Или те украду страшни харемски чувари
Ако те одведу,ја ћу да полудим
Без Тебе не умијем
Више јутром да се будим
Ако те одведу
Све ће да се сруши
Памти ме к'о пријатеља
Чувај ме у души
И онда, кад мислиш
Да је прекасно за снове
За све...

[Строфа 2]
Толико дугих година
Узимања - Давања
Остајем последњи и први...
Због Тебе сањам Цигане
И смишљам слатке преваре
Ал', ђаво се не предаје
Ти си ми у крви!

[Рефрен]
Ако те одведу Цигани Чергари
Или те украду страшни харемски чувари
Ако те одведу,ја ћу да полудим
Без Тебе не умијем
Више, јутром, да се будим
Ако те одведу
Све ће да се сруши
Памти ме к'о пријатеља
Чувај ме у души
И онда, кад мислиш
Да је прекасно за снове
За све...



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Music Facts about Здравко Чолић and "Ти Си Ми У Крви" song

Ти Си Ми У Крви meanings

  • MikssConan
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    MikssConan
    P.s. "Ти си ми у крви"(You`re in my Blood) is the song of a same titled and the sixth studio album by Zdravko Čolić, released in 1984.
    The song is one of the most popular ballads of former Yugoslav pop music...and still is. :)

    The song "Ti si mi u krvi" was covered by Serbian singer Željko Samardžić, on his 1998 covers album "Nostalgija"
    A cover version of the same song was released in 2011, by Bosnian hard-rock band Teška industrija, as the first single of their covers album "Bili smo raja".
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  • MikssConan
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    MikssConan
    Zdravko Čolić / Zdravko Colic (In his native Serbian Cyrillic: Здравко Чолић, pronounced [zdrǎːv̞kɔ̝ t͡ʃɔ̝̌ːlit͡ɕ]; born 30 May 1951) is a Bosnian-born Serbian pop singer, who is popular across the area of former Yugoslavia. He has been described as "Serbian Tom Jones".
    Earlier during the age of 70`s he also signed a deal with the German arm of WEA record label and did two singles for that market. German producers were of the opinion that his name was too difficult to pronounce for their consumers so they marketed him as Dravco. Soon, however, Čolić decided not to pursue his options in that country further mostly because he was unwilling to move to Germany.
    On 1 April 1978, he started an ambitious tour of Ex-Yugoslavia with "Lokice" dance group in support of the album that had already sold 150,000 copies. Čolić also started to play the guitar occasionally on stage. Putujući zemljotres (Traveling Earthquake Tour) produced and organized by Maksa Ćatović moved all over the country, soon becoming a phenomenon the likes of which the country had not seen before.
    Zdravko Čolić also got the attention of Ziggy Loch, director of German WEA, who after watching the Belgrade concert immediately wanted to renew his contract. Singles with songs "Jedina" and "Zagrli me" were released for the German market as well as the disco single "I'm Not a Robot Man" / "Light Me". However, Čolić refused to move to Germany for the second time, and instead on 14 November 1978 went to serve his mandatory in Yugoslav Army.
    During 80`s Upon his return from the army, Čolić started work on his third album that came out in the spring of 1980, titled Zbog tebe, which brought more hits as he further cemented his place as the most popular pop performer in Yugoslavia.

    Age of 1980`s ...In 1984, Čolić moved from his hometown Sarajevo(capital of newborn country Bosnia&Herzegovina during 90`s) to Ljubljana(capital too of newborn country Slovenia) where he started a private business with very known composer Goran Bregović through their Kamarad label. He then lived in Zagreb(the capital too of newborn country, today Croatia) of for five years. 1988 saw his hit "Jastreb". In 1989, he moved to Belgrade(capital of Serbia and ex-Yugoslavia too).
    After his 1990 album "Da ti kažem šta mi je", although he promoted his compilation album "Poslednji i prvi" in April 1994, he didn't make another album until late 1997, when he embarked on a comeback and regained much of his popularity. The following year, Čolić had nine sellout concerts at Sava Centar.
    In 2010, he had a big concert on the Asim Ferhatović Hase Stadium in Sarajevo, within his Kad pogledaš me preko ramena tour, in front of over 60,000 people. On 25 June 2011, he had the biggest concert of his career on Ušće, in Belgrade with over 100,000 people. His biggest concert to date, it celebrated his 40-year career.
    In April 2014, his guest appearance in the "Kënga ime"-festival in Tirana(capital city of Albania today) sparked controversy in the Albanian media, as some viewed the appearance of a Serb in Tirana as wrong due to the "wounds of the Kosovo War"...By the way, this political, historical and geopolitical big national problem still live, even now in this moment when we writing and reading this lines about great artist Zdravko...("Sad but True" like said Metallica).
    At the outbreak of Bosnian civil war he moved to Serbia in Belgrade and have lived there ever since. Čolić holds a degree in economics from the University of Sarajevo. He is married to wife Aleksandra and has kids.
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