Songs about Greece and Cyprus
Greek songs collection
InformationThis page contains songs, which are obviously related to Greece. Some songs concern political developments in Greece and Cyprus (wars, protests), some name actors, authors and singers, others name streets, districts, towns and islands of Greece and Cyprus; some of the songs are about greek nature. In other words, the collection consists of lyrics taken from songs and it can be easily understood that they are about something Greek. From the lyrics of the songs, it can be easily understood that they are about something Greek.
Ax, my Greece, ancient, crazy
My Athens, how to tell you that I love you like my mother
Athens, my mother
Won't you take me to Galaksidi?
A song about a student in the center of Athens
Ah, Greece, I love you and thank you eeply
I sing about Greece, about Greece, which I love
I am from Saloniki, my dear
In Drapetsone we don't have life anymore
You are not Marinella in Irodio, I am not Mitropanos in "Iera Odos"
Saloniki woke up again
Here is Greece, you see, here is Greece, here our ancient ancestor gave birth to the light
We live in a magic world with Acropolis and Lycabettus on background
There's a dog Vangelis on Kolonaki
I walk in the past, in Nikaia, in Kokkinia
I will find you in the light of Aegean sea
Take me, take me, beloved Cyprus
Blue summer eyes, like two drops of Aegean sea
They call me Yorgos
Athens were different, we were different
Take as cabin boy, (As)Cabin boy resident of Syros, (As) Boatswain resident Piraeus
Come to Nea Ionia, I love you
Take my bitternesses and throw them To the mountain of Cape Maleas, my dear
In ladadika they sell what you want
Empty night Thiseio-Gazi
don't, I beg you, don't forget my country!
Sad story about cought boat with hashish in Corinthia
about Sotiris Petroulas
There in the open seas of Spetses and Hydra...
Ax, my Athens, what else remains to you?
I saw poor singing Kazandzidis
The train leaves at eight for trip to Katerini
Play, my Tsitsanis, play, my Zabetas!
Risen from the holy bones Of the Greeks And valliant as before Hail, o hail, Liberty!
promisses to a girl from Syros
a song about greek myths and hitory
One night we have got lost in Pangrati