Hoşçakal by Emre Aydın


A lot of people here in Turkey really like this song. I may be one of them.

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I love drinking/making coffee, making/listening to music, riding bicycles, and reading about theology. I also like blogs that talk about those things. Most of all, I love Jesus because his gospel has changed my life.
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5 Responses to Hoşçakal by Emre Aydın

  1. Julie says:

    >Great chorus. I forgot how much I love how Turkish brings a man's voice out. Such a fantastic language.

  2. michael says:

    >Ha. If you say so J. I actually think that Turkish is a much lovelier language when spoken by women. Guys mumble and yell a lot, – but I guess that's true in any language.

  3. Julie says:

    >It [has to be] good bye, let [life go on] without you, I can't stop [it] and I am forgetting my emptiness. Oh, "aşk"! That would make a good blog topic. I'd like your thoughts on that one.

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