Fully understand you. Amusing music moves on the world. In what yet interesting place it will appear next time, nobody does not know it. :)
vgrischenko:Yes! There are a number of pop songs that were taken from old folk songs. It's very possible Cole Porter heard this old Russian song, and used it for his "I Love Paris". On the other hand, sometimes songs just float around the world and we don't remember where we heard them: Maybe Cole Porter "thought" he composed it but never did! But I totally believe your mother: The song may go back many, many years, and it sounds very Russian. Wonderful to hear it here, from a Russian or Ukranian woman, in such a pure form. It sounds so pure here...
Realy!!! I find Cole Poters "I Love Paris" and heard...
I just called ещ mother and asked, from where she knew this song. A mother answered that from child years, but from where does not know.
Extraordinary. This is nearly like Cole Porter's "I Love Paris," though it's a little different. This means either Ukranians adapted this song to their rich heritage (and did it justice), or Cole Porter got his inspiration from Ukranian & Russian songs! It's possible! Either way, it's just perfect in this setting, and sounds like it came right out of your mother's tradition. Beautiful.
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