Song Lyric Sunday: Bolo (Say)- Zoe Viccaji


(Click ‘cc’ to view English subtitles)

Those tumultuous times when you feel down and out, fighting despair and anger…times of darkness and hopelessness (especially with what’s going on in the world today)… which is why hearing this song is incredibly uplifting. ‘We’ve cried, now let us laugh’…exactly! Enough with the morose faces and depressing thoughts! It’s all about hope and colour! 🙂

Singer: Zoe Viccaji
Lyrics: Facebook

ENGLISH TRANSLATION

Say: There’s a distance that we must travel
Our destiny lies in our hopes

Say: its now time to show that we can ‘do’
Let the waves of adversity carry us forward

We’ve cried, now let us laugh
Let us add fresh colour to these faded hues

Wake up & wake the hearts of those around you
Nourish your heart with hope
Don’t be afraid of how far ahead your goal lies

Hard work is the road to our destiny
Perseverance should be our only weapon
Even when times are tough, we must keep smiling

We’ve cried enough, now let us laugh
Let us fill our world with colour

(BOLO CHORUS)

We may have to walk through darkness
We may have to fight despair
But, we must embellish our hearts with our aspirations

Let happiness come from within
Allow your patience to grow
Growth should be the anthem of your heart

We’ve cried, now let us laugh
Let us add fresh colour to these faded hues

(CHORUS)

Say: There’s a distance that we must travel (x4)

For: Song Lyric Sunday

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3 Responses to Song Lyric Sunday: Bolo (Say)- Zoe Viccaji

  1. I love this prompt so much. I get to hear music I never would have. I loved the hope in this song. Thank you so much for participating! 🙂

    • swritings says:

      Thank you! Yes, it is a lovely song and I’m glad we now get these videos with English subtitles so they can be understood by all! 🙂

      • Agreed! Although the subtitles didn’t show up on my phone. Honestly, it didn’t matter. It was a powerful message either way, and I was able to read the lyrics on your post. 😉

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