Song that follows me everywhere. Song that I sing when I clean my house, when I pack my suitcase. Song that comes to my mind when I am extremely sad, frustrated or angry or happy and excited.
The melody that haunts me since the movie (soundtrack) came out in 1979 is the song of Aramis (Three Musketeers) about Duels (one of the first scenes and songs in the movie)
Don’t even ask me why. I have absolutely no idea.
But wherever I am, whatever I might be doing, I will hum this song. I still remember most of the words. I sing it without words. I sing it with. I sing it quietly or at the top of my voice. It’s haunting me and my life.
Here, I said it. I am not only completely and utterly and for the whole of my life in love with Soviet D’Artagnan (Mikhail Boyarsky) but the song from the Soviet 1979 version of the Duma’s classic is the song of my life.
Confessions of the Snow Queen… here we go