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Que Serain SpanishChe sarà (Italian: [ke sa?ra]; English: "What will (it) be") is an Italian song, written by Jimmy Fontana (music) and Franco Migliacci (lyrics) for the 1971 Sanremo Music Festival. Up until that year, each song was interpreted by two artists or performers to showcase the songwriters' craft rather than the singers' interpretations.
Che sarà was sung by José Feliciano and the Ricchi e Poveri group and came second to Il Cuore E' Uno Zingaro. RCA's Italian producers saw the song and the festival as a way to bring José Feliciano, already an international star, to Italy, as he already knew Jimmy Fontana. Although Ricchi e Poveri was a new, young group, it was chosen to sing the second version after Gianni Morandi, a well known Italian singer and RCA artist, had declined to sing the song. Jimmy Fontana, reportedly, was disappointed by RCA's decision and withdrew from the music business for many years.
EnglishWhat will be, it will be
My town is located on the hilllying down like an old (man) dying(Oh my village set on the hill, lying down like an old, sleeping man)the sorrow and loneliness keep him companymy town I leave you unhappyly -
What will be?, what will be, what will bewhat will happen in my life , what will beIf I know too much or I don't know anythingtomorrow I'll know and it will bewhatever will be , it will be
My friends are already goneand others will go away after me.I feel sorry because I loved his kind companymore than my life , but I have to go .
What will be?, what will be, what will bewhat will happen in my life , what will bein the nights my guitar will play sweetlyand a child of my town will cry -
Love , Love I take your smileit was the fountain of my first loveMy love, I promise, how and when ? I don't knowbut I only know that I'll (be back) return -
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