Top ten Italian songs of all times

Reading the referers of this website, I found that someone reached it querying a search engine for

Top ten Italian songs of all times

It is rather hard to draft such a list… anyhow this one is a good candidate (even though it contains twelve songs because I wasn’t able to discard two of them).

  • 4 Marzo 1943 – Lucio Dalla
  • Albachiara – Vasco Rossi
  • Azzurro – Adriano Celentano
  • Caruso – Lucio Dalla
  • Emozioni – Lucio Battisti
  • Gloria – Umberto Tozzi
  • La canzone del sole – Lucio Battisti
  • Nel blu dipinto di blu – Domenico Modugno
  • Questo piccolo grande amore – Claudio Baglioni
  • Strada facendo – Claudio Baglioni
  • Ti amo – Umberto Tozzi
  • Vita spericolata – Vasco Rossi

80 thoughts on “Top ten Italian songs of all times”

  1. Anybody, do you know italian old love song (male voice) about a girl. I can only remember some talk about “mio fucile”, “sparano piu” or something like that. Thanks in advance.

  2. Okay, I’ve been searching this song my whole life. I’m not sure that it is even Italian. It’s sung by a male with deep voice (sounds like Leonard Cohen a bit). The tempo is nor fast, nor slow. It kinda speeds along with the lyrics. It mentions words like “Sara, canzone”, and if I tried to put up a whole sentence I’d look like a dumbass since I don’t know Italian but here is it: “Peri tezi cozi Saaaaraaa, una canzone il questa per cori tiiiii Saraaaaa. tra la la la…x2” and goes on. That’s the chorus, I think. That’s all I can remember. I heard it when I was really little so that’s all I’ve got. Also the song should be a bit older, 80s or early 90s. Any help would be appreciated.
    Thank you in advance.

    1. Hi Daniel, I asked even to a few friends but I don’t have idea at the moment. Sara is a female name and there are songs with that name in theirs lyrics, while “sarà” means something like “it will” so it’s very common.

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