Gloria a te nell'aria
Quale tu sia
Solo uno, solo o in compagnia
Ma la vecchia storia
Yeah, yeah è un peccato morir

Gloria a te ogni volta
Siamo, saprai, figli tuoi ma consumiamoci
Uno o due alla volta
Yeah, yeah che è un peccato morir

Ai piatti pieni a tavola la gente nostrana
Senza boria né buriana, e via
Yeah, yeah che l'anima mia
Va a questa bocca di sole
Che mi toglie le parole , yeah

Gloria ai tempi d'oro
Io vi vorrei rivedere almeno prima di fare centouno
Yeah, yeah è un peccato morir
Yeah, yeah, yeah

Gloria, siamo fiori
Yeah, yeah, yeah
Fa' che s'innamori

Gloria all'uccellino
Vola da lei, io non so volare dille che
Sei felice in mano
E che è un peccato morir

Ai baci della luna questa vacca di vita
Che in avanti all'incontrario va
Yeah, yeah all'anima mia
A questa botta di sole che mi tace le parole, yeah

Yeah, yeah, yeah
Gloria, siamo fiori
Yeah, yeah, yeah

Fa' che s'innamori

Gloria a te o divino
Come sarà l'altra vita da suino
Se sei nel mio destino
Yeah, yeah è un peccato morir

Gloria sei nell'aria
A te che fai certe cose con le cose di noi
Che siamo sabbia
Yeah, yeah è un peccato morir
Yeah, yeah che peccato morir

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    I hate to think that an artist who creates such amazing works as Zucchero does, wouldn't forbid open discussion of the lyrics to his song for any reason and certainly not for copyright reasons!

    It's especially distasteful with a song like this one with such beautiful, but intriguingly enigmatic lyrics.

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