"Commodore Rock" as written by and Mira Aroyo Daniel Hunt....
Ti si zemen rai
A Dunav veselo shumi
Tih bial Dunav se valnuva
Veselo shumi
Eto Simeon pristiga
S negovite voiski

Haide vaksa haide de
Triabva pak da se iade
Haide vaksa haide de
Triabva pak da se iade

why Simeon voevodi so zove

Mila moia rodino
Ti si zemen rai
S visoki sini plani
Reki why shirni dolini
Eto Simeon pristiga s negovite voiski

Kudeto why da si ti si zemen rai
S visoki sini planini

Veselo shumi
Veselo shumi

why Simeon voevodi si zove

Visoki sini planini
Why ti si mila moia rodino
Ti si zemen rai
Ti si zemen rai
Why veselo shumish
Why veselo shumish

Tih bial dunav se valnuva
Why po nego Radetski pluva
Why Simeon voevodi si zove
Veselo shumix2
Visoki sini planini
Reki why shirni dolini

Kadeto why da si
Ti si zemen rai
S visoki sini planini


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"Commodore Rock" as written by Mira Aroyo Daniel Hunt

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    Song MeaningOn "Commodore Rock", there are three different sources mixed: an old revolutionary song + some text from a song for children + the Bulgarian national anthem.

    The parts with "High blue mountains / And you are my precious Motherland / You are heaven on Earth" are clearly inspired by Mila Rodino, The Bulgarian anthem: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/…

    The parts with Simeon (e.g. "Here comes Simeon / With his army") are from an old revolutionary song.

    The parts with Vaksa ("Come on Vaksa, come on / We should eat again") are probably from an old song for children.

    Radetski is an old Bulgarian steamship: bulgariatravel.org/en/object/138/…
    alin1on December 03, 2012   Link

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