Here’s the top 8 most iconic Italian songs of all time

8) Piu’ bella cosa – Eros Ramazzotti (1996)

How it started I do not know, The endless story with you, That you became my she, Of a whole life for me, It takes passion with you, And a bit of madness

  • A real romantic song for one of the most famous voices from Italy since a few decades.
  • The singer has recently revealed that the song wasn’t dedicated to his former wife Michelle Hunzicker and mother of daughter Aurora, who instead received a dedicated song with her own name. Just to avoid any doubt.
  • Funnily enough, the former wife Michelle had actually appeared in the official video.

7) Azzurro – Adriano Celentano (1968)

”I’m looking for summer all year, and all of a sudden it’s here.
She left for the beaches, and they’re just up here in the city,
I hear whistling over the roofs, an airplane that goes away.”

  • Adriano Celentano launches this song in 1986 and it will be a earworm since then.
  • A legend in and outside Italy, where is known as ”il molleggiato”, had particular success across Europe and in the countries of the former Soviet Union
  • There’s no way you’ll be in summer in Italy and this music won’t pass at least once a day through the radio.
  • The song is so sticky that become also the base for several songs of Italian (and not only) football supporters.

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