BoomBox is a fun band formed by a couple of friend from Kyiv in 2004. When I was in Ukraine a few years ago I saw their posters everywhere I went and I’m glad I took the hint. Their songs are really solid and run the musical gamut from synth-heavy funk to mellow instrumental. This song is one of my favorites by them.
Arseniy Yatsenyuk, Ukraine’s Interim Prime Minister, rejected Crimea’s vote to secede from Ukraine and join Russia. Here are some interesting Russian and Ukrainian perspectives on Crimea. And finally, it doesn’t look like the U.S. has much leverage over Russia – or, Putin wants to make the world believe that.
My memory doesn’t sting anymore, my thoughts don’t strike on my hands
I accompany you to other shores, shores
You are a migratory bird, you look for happiness on the way
You come to say goodbye and leave again, leave again.
The summer rain, the summer rain started early today
The summer rain, the summer rain washes my soul’s wound
It mourns together with me by the blind window.
The summer rain, the summer rain whispers to me softly and simply
That you’ll comme, you’ll come, you’ll come, but it’ll too late
Untimeliness is the eternal drama, where he and she are.
I’ll soon stop dreaming of you at all, but then
I’ll have a new dream about our cold house
You ‘ll understand with time that one doesn’t look for love out of love
But you listen for now and you won’t bring yourself back, you won’t.