Lyrics to ”A Vucchella’ by Luciano Pavarotti. Si, comm’a nu sciorillo / Tu tiene na vucchella / Nu poco pocorillo / Appassuiliatella. / Meh, dammillo. 16 Jun Sì, comm’a nu sciorillo tu tiene na vucchella nu poco pocorillo appassuliatella. Meh, dammillo, dammillo, – è comm’a na rusella – dammillo nu. Trattoria ‘A Vucchella. Make a Reservation · © Widgetic · Accordion Gallery TripAdvisor · Check out Trattoria ‘A Vucchella on Yelp. Version: Mobile | Web.
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Give them to me and take mine, a little kiss, from your rosy lips, which are pouting a tiny, a vucchella very tiny bit.
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The poet who wrote the words of this song was the 19th century lyric poet, Gabriele A vucchella.
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