Joci Papai – Az en apam Hungary

Original Lyrics
Az en apam
Ugy nevelt mint a szel
Halkan fujt enekelt
Ugy meselt
Ott lakott hol minden ut veget ert
Ezeregy ev is keves egy eletert egy eletert

Hallom ot az o szivet a hurokon
Latom ot mulo idovel arcomon
Az o hitet bueszkeseg vallanom
Ezer egy dalbol azt az egyet dudolom

Regi napok gyoenyoeru napok
Szeretem az emleket
o hiv
Es hozza szaladok
Jatszani igy volt szep
Regi dalok megidezik
Meg erzem a nap fenyet
A szel zugasat is hallom meg
A szel hangjaban is hallom meg

Egy dallal uzte messze el a banatom
Mit adhatok csak azt, hogy hozza tartozom
S az en fiamnak bueszkeseggel mondhatom
o az en apam es itt az en otthonom

Regi napok gyoenyoeru napok
Szeretem az emleket
o hiv
Es hozza szaladok
Jatszani igy volt szep
Regi dalok megidezik
Meg erzem a napfenyet
A szel fuetyuelt altatot
Legyen almom szep
A szel fuetyuelt altatot
Ma is hallom meg
English Lyrics
My father has brought me up like the winds
Gentle songs he breathes, tales he sings
He used to live where all the roads come to an end
Forever and a day for my life couldn't amend

Strings resound in my ear with his heart
Behold him now with aging time in the face of mine
His faith is mine - confessing it makes me proud
Forever and a day his tune I keep humming aloud

Days of the past, jolly lovely days
Memories that soothe my soul
He calls me and I'm right on my way
Just playing forevermore

Songs of the past, memories everlast
The rays of the sun make me warm
Yet I can hear as the wind blows
I can hear his voice as the wind blows

Na na na...

My sorrow's gone as he sings his song
All I have: to him I always belong
I will tell my boy with my head held high
This is my father. And here's the home of mine

Days of the past, jolly lovely days
Memories that soothe my soul
He calls me and I'm right on my way
Just playing forevermore

Songs of the past memories everlast
The rays of the sun make me warm
The wind breathes a lullaby, may I dream sweet dreams
The wind breathes a lullaby, whispers in my ear

Na na na...
Language(s):
Hungarian
Written by:
Ferenc Molnar