"Ya Shosla S Uma" as written by Valerij Valentinovich Polienko, Sergey Galoyan, Ivan Nikolaevich Shapovalov and Elena Vladimirovna Kiper....
Я сошла с ума, я сошла с ума
Мне нужна она, мне нужна она
Я сошла с ума, я сошла с ума
Мне нужна она, мне нужна она

Я СО-ШЛА С У-МА

Меня полностью нет,
Абсолютно всерьез.
Ситуация help.
Ситуация SOS.

Я себя не пойму
Ты откуда взялась
Почему, почему?
На тебя повелась

Выключается свет
Я куда-то лечу
Без тебя меня нет
Ничего не хочу
Это медленный яд
Это сводит с ума
А они говорят виновата сама

Я сошла с ума, я сошла с ума
Мне нужна она, мне нужна она
Я сошла с ума, я сошла с ума
Мне нужна она, мне нужна она

Без тебя я не я
Без тебя меня нет
А они говорят,
Говорят это бред

Это солнечный яд
Золотые лучи
А они говорят
Надо срочно лечить

Я хотела забыть до упора и вниз
Я считала столбы и растерянных птиц
Без тебя меня нет, отпусти. отпусти
До угла по стене, мама-папа прости

Я сошла с ума, я сошла с ума
Мне нужна она, мне нужна она
Я сошла с ума, я сошла с ума
Мне нужна она, мне нужна она

Раз, два после пяти
Ма-ма папа прости
Я со-шла с у-ма

Я сошла с ума, я сошла с ума
Мне нужна она, мне нужна она


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"Ya Shosla S Uma" as written by Ivan Shapovalov Elena Kiper

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    General CommentI agree with Amatory that this is a great song, and I actually like it better than the English version because they actually speak Russian, (whereas they don't know fluent English very well) and you can tell that the lyrics are much more emotional when they sing it in their native tongue.

    But English, Russian, whatever, I STILL CAN'T WAIT FOR THE NEXT ALBUM!!!!
    RedSolemnBladeon December 22, 2004   Link
  • 0
    General CommentIt actually is not the same song as "All the things she said"...it has the same beat; the words are different though
    ilyaon April 28, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI have to agree with RedSolemnBlade about the emotion being lost in the translation. The repetition of the phrase, "I've lost my mind, I've lost my mind / I need her, I need her" is so much more powerful than just repeating, "All the things she said [are] running through my head."

    And that helped no one, but i had to throw in my two cents.
    kenteVon May 31, 2005   Link
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    General CommentIlya is right. Very diffrent lyrics. As far as the meaning behind the song.....Its talking about how she's lost her mind and needs another girl. And in the end "mama, papa, prosti" she's saying sorry ((This is what I think, anyway))for disgracing them for whatever reasons. I think it's about taboo, in a way. Some people say that being homosexual or being attracted to the same sex can be taboo. I dunno!
    A_Queen_Of_Snowon October 23, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe lyrics are very similar, unlike songs like malchik gey which end up being entirely different songs after translation. The russian version is more centered on what other people are saying or thinking about them, rather then a song to eachother. They say
    "Without you I'm not me
    Without you I don't exist
    And they say
    They say it's delirium"
    and further talk about how people are calling their love something that needs to be cured.It's a great song, but you can't forget the fact that it's a gimmik. Lena has a boyfriend,and Yulia has a baby now.
    draculon December 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThe lyrics are very similar, unlike songs like malchik gey which end up being entirely different songs after translation. The russian version is more centered on what other people are saying or thinking about them, rather then a song to eachother. They say
    "Without you I'm not me
    Without you I don't exist
    And they say
    They say it's delirium"
    and further talk about how people are calling their love something that needs to be cured.It's a great song, but you can't forget the fact that it's a gimmik. Lena has a boyfriend,and Yulia has a baby now.
    draculon December 29, 2005   Link
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    General CommentI know Dracul, I wish they were really lesbians because it would be such a tragically wonderful love story, two girls from russia who are not accepted for who they are, so they run away to america and... that just sounds fake... I should have known.
    fridakahloon December 02, 2008   Link
  • -1
    General CommentIf you didn't know, 'Ya Soshla S Uma' is the Russian version of 'All The Things She Said'. Except, it means 'I Have Lost My Mind' and, "Mne nuzha ona," doesn't mean "Running through my head," it's "I need her". Or, in more correct terms in grammer, "She is nessecary for me".
    Great song, just as 'All The Things She Said'.
    -Amatory: Helena.
    Amatoryon November 17, 2004   Link
  • -1
    General CommentOhyes. I heard about the new album. I don't know when it comes out but I've been told it's being released in March... later into the month.
    Amatoryon February 24, 2005   Link

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