Metti Una Sera a Cena drawn by me

Metti Una Sera a Cena drawn by me
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“Passa un anno intero
Giorno dopo giorno
Ci guardiamo indifferentemente
Diventiamo estranei, l’uno all’altro
 
Non facciamo niente per recuperare
Tutti quei momenti, quegli istanti
Che ci hanno fatto innamorare
 
Noi restiamo ormai senza saper dire
Una sola frase, una parola
Balbettiamo appena qualche sì
 
Non c’é alcun pensiero
Che al cuore arrivi
Dal tuo cuore muto
Insieme al mio
In attesa, non si sa di che
 
Metti una sera come ogni sera
Che si siamo a cena
Noi due soltanto
Alziamo gli occhi, e all’improvviso
Sui nostri visi
Non c’è più niente
 
Non restiamo ormai senza saper dire
Una sola frase, una parola
Balbettiamo appena qualche sì
 
Non c’é alcun pensiero
Che al cuore arrivi
Dal tuo cuore muto
Insieme al mio
In attesa, non si sa di che
 
Metti una sera come ogni sera
Che siamo a cena
Noi due soltanto
Alziamo gli occhi, e all’improvviso
Sui nostri visi
Non c’è più niente
 
Metti una sera come ogni sera
Che siamo a cena
Noi due soltanto…”
-Metti Una Sera a Cena, Originally sung by Milva, Music by Ennio Morricone, Lyrics by Carlo Carunchio and Giuseppe Patroni Griffi, From the 1969 film of the same name
 
English Translation courtesy of Musixmatch:
“An entire year passes
Day after day
We look at each other indifferently
We become strangers, one for the other
 
We don’t do anything to revive
All those moments, those instants
Which made us fall in love?
 
By now we don’t know how to say
Even one sentence, one word
We barely babble a “yes”
 
There is not one thought
Which reaches the heart?
From your silent heart
With mine waiting
For who knows for what
 
Suppose an evening like every evening
When we are at supper
Only the two of us
We lift our eyes and all of a sudden
On our faces
There’s nothing left
 
By now we don’t know how to say
Even one sentence, one word
We barely babble a “yes”
 
There is not one thought
Which reaches the heart?
From your silent heart
With mine waiting
For who knows for what
 
Suppose an evening like every evening
When we are at supper
Only the two of us
We lift our eyes and all of a sudden
On our faces
There’s nothing left
 
Suppose an evening like every evening
When we are at supper
Only the two of us…”
 
This piece of GreenBell fanart, which is part of KatyGorl’s Claim a PPG Pairing Month, is dedicated to corleonese1, WoodCraftsandWands, and Rainy–Artworks who celebrated their birthdays a couple of days. So, I hope you guys had a magnificent, grand, blessed, and exciting birthday. I wish you all of my love, joy, and prosperity in everything you do as artists and people. Come se dice in italiano, spero che voi avete un compleanno magnifico, grande, benedetto ed eccitante. Auguro a voi tutti tutto il mio amore, gioia e prosperità nelle tue vite che voi facete come artisti e persone. I would also love to dedicate this to the shippers of Mr. Green and Miss Bellum as a couple. It is a pretty rare couple, but I think it’s plausible. Vi piace amici miei.
 
Like I said, Mr. Green pairing up with Miss Bellum is rather unconventional but it makes for some interesting and awesome dynamics, especially when these two are the Rowdyruff Boys’ parents and do a far better job at raising them compared to Mojo Jojo and HIM. As you can tell, they are married in my Team Xtreme headcanon, hence that is why Miss Sara Bellum is known as Mrs. Sara Bellum-Green, with Brick, Butch, and Boomer bearing the family names of Green.
 
As you can tell, I have been playing with the idea of the Rowdyruff Boys having much better parental figures than HIM and Mojo combined. Miss Keane is a nice choice, but as you can tell, I’m a hardcore Professor Utonium x Miss Keane shipper. So, I was quite inspired by Sweatshirtmaster’s and wyattloughrie’s pictures of Miss Bellum being quite the awesome mother figure to Brick, Butch, and Boomer. My idea of Mr. Green, the supernatural-looking substitute teacher in the episode “Substitute Creature” and one of the most underrated side characters in The Powerpuff Girls, being a father figure to the boys came to my head like a flash of lightning, as I firmly believe that his brand of kindness, empathy, grace, and genuine, fatherly love would be of insurmountable benefit in terms of raising Brick, Butch, and Boomer to be the upstanding gentlemen and superheroes that they are today. Moreover, it is really clear who wears the pants in this off-beat yet interesting and loving relationship. That’s right Mrs. Bellum-Green, given her experience with raising the boys and firmly establishing discipline and respect in her house.
 
“Metti Una Sera a Cena” composed by the legendary Ennio Morricone has been a tune that has been an earworm ever since I was twenty years old. The singer who introduced me to this song was none other than Hayley Westenra. I’ve been a fan of hers ever since I was twelve years old and I think she is a fine classical crossover singer. So, I hope you also enjoy listening to this rendition as much as you enjoy the goodness and the flexibility that is GreenBell. Vi piace con ascoltare, amici miei.
 
Metti Una Sera a Cena sung by Hayley Westenra

 
I hope you all enjoyed this and as we say in Italian, a la prossima.
 
Mr. Green and Miss Sara Bellum from The Powerpuff Girls belong to Craig McCracken and Cartoon Network.

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