Oh the moon (may be to blame) – Ioanna Papakonstantinou & Alegros

Oh the moon (may be to blame) – Ioanna Papakonstantinou & Alegros

This is a cover of “Isos ftaine ta feggaria” song in English, performed by Ioanna Papakonstantinou.
Music cover & video direction by Alegros Gramma.
Translation & video idea by Marie des Fleurs.
Video shot and edited by Aris Aggelou.
Assistant producer Paris Lambros Bitis.

Original song written by Notis Mavroudis, lyrics by Tasos Samartzis, sang by Eleni Vitali.

Oh the moon (may be to blame)

So, in this cheap hotel we ‘re starting
among the bedsheets of all those
caught by the unreflective mirrors
which keep no memories or pose

Just like the trains slide on the railways
our passing dreams go through our sleep
and in your breathing I am seeking
to wit an ancient drama scene

Oh, the moon may be to blame
For the loneliness I feel
Every night I lose the game
and increase my poor life’s bill

Oh, the moon may be to blame
and some fellows call me weird
cause I’m looking for a flame
in the dark which’s cold and deep

Oh, the moon may be to blame
or it’s you that makes me weep

A ray of light through the sunblinds
erasing moments of last night
how do the stories and the thrills
mix up together people’s lives

So, in this cheap hotel we ‘re ending
among the bedsheets of all those
caught by the ureflective mirrors
which keep no memory or pose

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