When one listens to music which draws on the imagination, this is a form of what my vision is when reflecting on the message of the words of It’s a Man’s World with Pavarotti.
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Text to the Song:
Brown: This is a man’s world, this is a man’s world and But it wouldn’t be nothing, nothing, nothing Without a woman or a girl. You see, man made the cars, to take us over the road Man made the trains To carry heavy loads Man made electric lights, to take us out of the dark. And man made the boat for the water, Like my bible says Noah made the ark This is a man’s world, but it wouldn’t be nothing, nothing, nothing without a woman or a girl.
Pavarotti: L’uomo rincorre il potere ma lui non sa che il grande limite ha da essere come si fará. Nel palmo stringe un ‘idea che non vive, che nella sua fantasia… volle se non si accorge che poi nulla ha piú senso se si vive solo per sé. (Translation: The man chases the power but he doesn’t know That the big limit has to be how it will be done. In the palm he squeezes an idea Who doesn’t live, That in his imagination … he wanted If he doesn’t notice that then Nothing makes sense anymore if You live only for yourself)
Brown: Man thinks about a little bitty baby girl And a baby boy Man makes them happy Because man makes them toys And after man made other things he can man makes liras, pesos, dollars, rupees to buy for every good woman and every man. This is a man’s world.
Pavarotti: Nulla ha piú senso se si vive solo per sé.
Brown: But it wouldn’t be nothing, without a woman or a girl.
Pavarotti: Solo per sé.
Brown: He’s lost in the wilderness, he’s lost in bitterness.
Pavarotti: Se non si accorge che poi nulla ha piú senso se si vive solo per sé, solo per sé, per sé. Brown: This is a man’s world, yeah.