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U Planovu*

Tekst: Ugo Matulić/Glazba: Zdenko Runjić

 

U Planovu sije sunce
grije pase grije ovce,
a File ovce 'rani
tu i tamo šipak na grani.

'Rani File svoje ovce
'rani File ovce svoje,
'rani File ovce svoje
a Panta plače: "Biće boje!"

U Planovu, u Planovu.

I dok Panta samo plače
jedna ovca oko njega skače,
a pasi samo laju
laju, laju i ne staju.

Kaže Mitar svojoj Fili
dali smo naše ovce pomuzli,
dali smi mi ovce svoje
na'ranili šakom proje.

U Planovu, u Planovu.

Malo dalje od tog mista
pasu koze Marka Besta,
pasu, brste sve od reda
a Marko ih samo gleda.

Rastite koze moje male
i da niste rasti stale,
rastite samo kilo po kilo
jer to je mome srcu milo.

U Planovu, u Planovu.

I dok ove pisme riči teču
mene suze samo peču,
jerbo misli mi dovoljno ne mogu
da zafale dragom Bogu.

Da je Planovo nama dalo
šta je svima nama stalo,
da nam svima daje viru
u životnom dugom điru.

U Planovu, u Planovu.
U Planovu, u Planovu.

 

*- Originalni tekst pjesme "U prolazu" je napisao Jakša Fiamengo. Ugo Matulić je, inspiriran glazbom i ugođajem Kamene Klupe, sklopio tekst pjesme "U Planovu" davnih osamdesetih godina prošlog stoljeća.

Napomena: Prve tri kitice ove pjesme je Ugo Matulić sklopio na Kamenoj Klupi, a zadnju kiticu je napisao dan prije nego je bila misa za pok. Marka Čaglja-Snagu (Mitra) u hrvatskoj crkvi na Manhatnu1, Njujork (Manhattan1, New York). Informaciju o misi, za pok. Marka Čaglja, je prenio Ugu Matuliću Andrej Ljolje (suprug Neli i otac Magdalene). U sklopu hrvatske crkve je, isto tako, hrvatski centar - Nikola Tavelić.

Croatian Center - "Sveti Nikola Tavelić "

1 - The first Croatian church in Manhattan opened in 1913 on West 50th Street. First priest serving Croatian people was a Slovene. Fairly small church serving big community transferred in 1954 to a much larger church and hall at 502 West 41 Street called Sts. Cyril & Methodius Croatian Roman Catholic church. The church is exceptionally beautiful with its stained glass windows. Close to 2000 devoted parishioner’s celebrated 90th anniversary during 2003. Three priests and three nuns are serving the Croatian community, including visiting the sick. The nuns are teaching Catechism, Croatian language and religious songs to youngsters. The ethnic dancing “kolo” group “Cardinal Stepinac” performs regularly. Outside and inside you can see huge Croatian Coat of Arms and a large sign “Bog i Hrvati.” or “Croats! God be with you.” The church holds the sculpture of Cardinal Alojzije Stepinac (1898-1960) by Ivan Mestrović who was a great Croatian artist. Attached building to the church is the Croatian Center "Sveti Nikola Tavelić ".

 

 

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