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    "Never Let You Go" in Russian?

    Hi,

    one quick question: Does there exist a russian version of Dima Bilan

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    I don't think there is... yet.
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    I thought he sang "skin on skin"...
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    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka_vinnie
    I thought he sang "skin on skin"...
    "Skin on my skin
    Bone on my bone"

    I'd put my b... enough of that!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka_vinnie
    I thought he sang "skin on skin"...
    "Skin on my skin
    Bone on my bone"

    I'd put my b... enough of that!
    But would he give her his choco?

    Did you catch the Lithuanian group? That was the funniest thing I have ever seen. And the Ukranian girl was pretty good. I have come to the conclusion that Eurovision is the greatest thing EVER. Thanks TATY!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barmaley
    Quote Originally Posted by TATY
    Quote Originally Posted by kalinka_vinnie
    I thought he sang "skin on skin"...
    "Skin on my skin
    Bone on my bone"

    I'd put my b... enough of that!
    But would he give her his choco?

    Did you catch the Lithuanian group? That was the funniest thing I have ever seen. And the Ukranian girl was pretty good. I have come to the conclusion that Eurovision is the greatest thing EVER. Thanks TATY!
    I'd give Dima my choco.

    What does "choco" it actually mean.

    I know boca = mouth
    loco/a = crazy
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    Quote Originally Posted by TATY

    I'd give Dima my choco.

    What does "choco" it actually mean.

    I know boca = mouth
    loco/a = crazy
    Err. I don't know for sure (spanish = "i hit"), but I thought it was really just some trashy pop crap that meant giving him her, how shall we put it for childrens' ears, "rear 'chocolate' producing tunnel" -- стать раком... Judging by the Robbing-the-dead guy, I'm on the right track...lol:
    <Then the blonde piece, she's called Nataliya Gordienko, sings "I'll give you my choco". Well! I know this is Eurovision, but I hardly think this tart offering to let some man do up her up her choco is appropriate content for a song.>

    So I hope for your sake TATY, that I'm wrong! Otherwise, your Eurovision backing of Dima might be taken a little too far...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barmaley
    Quote Originally Posted by TATY

    I'd give Dima my choco.

    What does "choco" it actually mean.

    I know boca = mouth
    loco/a = crazy
    Err. I don't know for sure (spanish = "i hit"), but I thought it was really just some trashy pop cr@p that meant giving him her, how shall we put it for childrens' ears, "rear 'chocolate' producing tunnel" -- стать раком... Judging by the Robbing-the-dead guy, I'm on the right track...lol:
    <Then the blonde piece, she's called Nataliya Gordienko, sings "I'll give you my choco". Well! I know this is Eurovision, but I hardly think this tart offering to let some man do up her up her choco is appropriate content for a song.>

    So I hope for your sake TATY, that I'm wrong! Otherwise, your Eurovision backing of Dima might be taken a little too far...
    I doubt it actually means that though. Where's my Spanish dictionary....
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