In an old song Pugacheva found a prediction of her emigration from Russia

In an old song Pugacheva found a prediction of her emigration from Russia



Viewers found “prophetic words” in Pugacheva’s song “Without Me”

Subscribers of the singer Alla Pugacheva, who left Russia after the start of the Second World War, on the social network found a prediction of her emigration in the old song “Without Me,” written 40 years ago by the poet Ilya Reznik and composer Raymond Pauls.

Some viewers suggested that the Prima Donna, having sung about a lover who left his native shore, predicted her fate.

A fan of Alla Borisovna quoted a line from the 1984 hit: “I know, honey, I know what’s wrong with you. You've lost yourself, you've lost yourself. You left your native shore, but never landed on another.”

According to the subscriber, Pugacheva, having sung this, “scribbled” to herself.



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