NEW SINGLE: Tommaso Paradiso – Ma lo vuoi capire?

 

April is a prolific month for Tommaso Paradiso because after the single released a few days ago, in which he sings with Elisa in the song “andrà tutto bene“, dedicated to the hope for the coronavirus, another single comes out: “ma lo vuoi capire?” . The single was released today 17th April, and all radio stations are broadcast by the song, which at the moment, however, is without video clip. This song will probably accompany us until the beginning of summer ..

 

LYRIC

Mi diverto
solitamente dopo le 18
la mattina invece, be
la mattina è quello che è
sono a letto
che cerco il pensiero giusto
per mettermi le scarpe
e muovermi nel mondo

Cos’è
che hai?
perchè scappi via così in fretta

Oh, ma lo vuoi capire?
che senza di te
pure il vino buono sa di aranciata
e che la notte non sa di niente
non prende gusto
neanche il suono del piano
il rumore dei pini
l’odore del sole

Oh, ma lo vuoi capire?
si o no
che senza di te
trascino male anche la spesa
che la marcia non entra
e la chiave non gira
e che questa sera
è solo un’altra sera
che piove, che piove, che piove
un’altra sera
che piove, che piove, che piove
oh no?

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Sono incerto
non so se sia alba o tramonto
scendere le scale o
o rimanere sdraiato in salotto
cos’è
che hai?
Perchè non mi guardi neanche

Oh, ma lo vuoi capire
che senza di te
pure il vino buono sa di aranciata
e che la notte non sa di niente
non prende gusto
neanche il suono del piano
il rumore dei pini
l’odore del sole

Oh, ma lo vuoi capire
si o no
che senza di te
trascino male anche la spesa
che la marcia non entra
e la chiave non gira
e che questa sera
è solo un’altra sera
che piove, che piove, che piove
un’altra sera
che piove, che piove, che piove

E se torni ci guardiamo pure un film
di quelli che fanno piangere
e se ti va poi ci spariamo pure un drink

Oh, ma lo vuoi capire
che senza di te
pure il vino buono sa di aranciata
e che la notte non sa di niente
non prende gusto
neanche il suono del piano
il rumore dei pini
l’odore del sole

Oh, ma lo vuoi capire
si o no
che senza di te
trascino male anche la spesa
che la marcia non entra
e la chiave non gira
e che questa sera
è solo un’altra sera
che piove, che piove, che piove
un’altra sera
che piove, che piove, che piove

On 17th February 1600 Giovanni Bruno died at the stake

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Giordano Bruno, famous philosopher who went down in history for being killed at the stake by the inquisition of the papal state, died on February 17, 1600.
The hashtag #giordanobruno is obviously in trend today.
Although the church apologized to Pope Wojtyla in 2000, he never recognized his writings compatible with the Catholic Church.

Giordano Bruno was an Italian Dominican friar, philosopher, mathematician, poet, cosmological theorist, and Hermetic occultist. He is known for his cosmological theories, which conceptually extended the then-novel Copernican model. He proposed that the stars were distant suns surrounded by their own planets, and he raised the possibility that these planets might foster life of their own, a philosophical position known as cosmic pluralism. He also insisted that the universe is infinite and could have no “centre”.

Starting in 1593, Bruno was tried for heresy by the Roman Inquisition on charges of denial of several core Catholic doctrines, including eternal damnation, the Trinity, the divinity of Christ, the virginity of Mary, and transubstantiation. Bruno’s pantheism was also a matter of grave concern, as was his teaching of the transmigration of the soul/reincarnation. The Inquisition found him guilty, and he was burned at the stake in Rome’s Campo de’ Fiori in 1600. After his death, he gained considerable fame, being particularly celebrated by 19th- and early 20th-century commentators who regarded him as a martyr for science, although historians agree that his heresy trial was not a response to his astronomical views but rather a response to his philosophical and religious views. Bruno’s case is still considered a landmark in the history of free thought and the emerging sciences.

In addition to cosmology, Bruno also wrote extensively on the art of memory, a loosely organised group of mnemonic techniques and principles. Historian Frances Yates argues that Bruno was deeply influenced by Arab astrology (particularly the philosophy of Averroes), Neoplatonism, Renaissance Hermeticism, and Genesis-like legends surrounding the Egyptian god Thoth. Other studies of Bruno have focused on his qualitative approach to mathematics and his application of the spatial concepts of geometry to language.

Today is the 30th birthday of the Simpson

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Today the Simpsons make the 30th year of their birth. On December 17th the Simpsons made their US debut in half-hour episodes in prime time on the FOX network. Today in many channels of various nations have been transmitted the first historical episodes of the Simpsons . A cartoon that has marked an era and continues to certainly influence current generations that never tire of new episodes.
The primordial simpsons, those of the 90s, were very rough, although they still had that original idea of ​​reflecting the typical American family..

I began to see the simpsons from when I was a child. In Italy in the early 1990s, the Simpsons were not yet known and known as they were today. Today it is certainly one of the most famous cartoons in the world. I also believe that there are also many adults watching them