Отклонения, лирически и прозаически
Ако си дал If You Have Given
Емил Димитров Emil Dimitrov

If you have given to the hungry
A single crumb of your own bread.
If you have given to the wanderer
A single sparkle of your own flame.
If you have given to your sweetheart
A tiny bit of your own heart.
If you have given to a stranger
A life from your own life.
If you have given, if you have given,
If you have given from yourself,
You haven’t lived, you haven’t lived in vain.

R: No one can ever take it away
The love, the love of the people.
No one can ever take it from you,
The love, the love for the people.
And no one and nothing ever will take it from you,
Your faith in them, your faith in them.

Sometimes you come late, thou Truth,
But you always do, you always come to us.

If you have taken from the glory of another
A tiny bit should that be even.
If you have listened to the gossip
And you repeat it
For a single second it be even.
If you are foe to him who’s mean,
But follow him
A single time this even be.
If you have eaten from the food of your friend,
And you forget him

Should you have ever /x3
Ever been born.

R: No one can ever take
The love, the love of the people.
No one can ever take it from you,
The love, the love for the people.
And no one and nothing ever will take it from you,
Your faith in them, your faith in them.
Sometimes you come late, thou Truth,
But you always do, you always come to us.



Written by Ilia Velchev
Performed by Emil Dimitrov