“Vivo per lei da quando sai La prima volta l’ho incontrata Non mi ricordo come, ma Mi entrata dentro e c’è restata Vivo per lei perché mi fa Vibrare forte l’anima Vivo per lei e non è un peso Vivo per lei anch’io lo sai E tu non esserne geloso Lei è di tutti quelli che Hanno un bisogno sempre acceso Come uno stereo in camera Di chi è da solo e adesso sa Che anche per lui, per questo Io vivo per lei È una musa che ci invita A sfiorarla con le dita Attraverso un pianoforte La morte lontana Io vivo per lei Vivo per lei che spesso sa Essere dolce e sensuale A volte picchia in testa, ma È un pugno che non fa mai male Vivo per lei, lo so mi fa Girare di città in città Soffrire un po’, ma almeno io vivo È un dolore quando parte Vivo per lei dentro gli hotels Con piacere estremo cresce Vivo per lei nel vortice Attraverso la mia voce Si espande e amore produce Vivo per lei nient’altro ho E quanti altri incontrerò Che come me hanno scritto in viso Io vivo per lei Io vivo per lei Sopra un palco o contro un muro Vivo per lei al limite Anche in un domani duro Vivo per lei al margine Ogni giorno una conquista La protagonista Sarà sempre lei Vivo per lei perché oramai Io non ho altra via d’uscita Perché la musica, lo sai Davvero non l’ho mai tradita Vivo per lei perché mi dà Pause e note in libertà Ci fosse un’altra vita la vivo La vivo per lei Vivo per lei la musica Io vivo per lei Vivo per lei, è unica Io vivo per lei Io vivo per lei Io vivo per lei Io vivo per lei” – Vivo Per Lei, Sung by Andrea Bocelli and Giorgia Todrani, Written by Gatto Panceri and Valerio Zelli, Released in 1995 English Translation: “I live for her, you know, since the first time I met her. I do not remember how, but she entered within me and stayed there. I live for her because she makes my soul vibrate so strongly. I live for her and it is not a burden. I live for her too, you know, and don’t be jealous: she belongs to all those who have a need that is always switched on like a stereo in the bedroom, to someone who is alone and now knows that she is also for him; for this reason I live for her. She is a muse who invites us to brush her with the fingers. Through a piano death remains far away, I live for her. I live for her who often knows how to be sweet and sensual: sometimes she stuns you but it is a blow that never hurts. I live for her. I know she makes me travel from town to town and suffer a little, but at least I live. It is painful when she leaves. I live in hotels for her. It grows with supreme pleasure. I live for her in the vortex. Through my voice it expands and produces love. I live for her. I know nothing else, and how many others I shall meet who, like me have written on their faces I live for her. I live for her on a dais or against a wall I live for her to the limit. also in a harsh tomorrow. I live for her to the very edge. Every day a conquest; the protagonist will always be her. I live for her because now I have no other way out, because, you know music is something I have truly never betrayed. I live for her because she gives me rests and notes with freedom. If there were another life I’d live it, I’d live it for her. I live for her, music. I live for her. I live for her, she is unique. I live for her. I live for her. I live For her.” This piece of Brickercup, Butchubbles, Blossoomer, Bunnitch, and Robike fan art, which is part of BrickercupMasterX3’s Brickercup Month last December, is dedicated to tultsi93, Ronald Kuang aka SeerLight, PhantomLatte, Puni Puni aka Noire-Ighaan, Seyari Minamoto aka Seyari, gcar1a-unic0rn, Yahga, Kristen aka TromKehra, Abbie Lawson aka xXDittoXx, adRianne aka CulaRi-ann192, William Matthew Karner III aka DarthWill3, Jean aka Mayeru, RandMmanga, L.P. aka fashionbella, and Nicc aka e-hima who celebrated their birthdays a few weeks ago. So, I hope you guys had such magnificent birthdays and equally awesome 2019s. I wish you a lot of beauty, love, greatness, abundance, hope, and strength in your lives as artists and as people, especially in this year. This is also dedicated to all of the wonderful shippers of Brickercup, Butchubbles, Blossoomer, Bunnitch, and Robike. So, I hope you all enjoy this and soak up that Brickercup, Butchubbles, Blossoomer, Bunnitch, and Robike goodness. Vi piace. Qué lo paseís bien. Vergnügt euch. Here we have my most beloved OTPs of all time, Brick x Buttercup (Brickercup), Butch x Bubbles (Butchubbles), Boomer x Blossom (Blossoomer), Mitch x Bunny (Bunnitch), and Mike x Robin (Robin), being all loving, sweet, and the awesome couples that they are. I swear there is nothing in this earth that is sweeter nor lovelier than the sensation of this feeling of pure bliss. When you have such charming, 26-year-old gentlemen like Brick, Butch, Boomer, Mitch, and Mike being the dashing beaus that they are to 25-year-old Buttercup, 24-year-old Bubbles, 25-year-old Blossom, 24-year-old Bunny, and 25-year-old Robin, you can certainly bet your bottom dollar that it is euphoria and true love incarnate. I have grown up with the song “Vivo Per Lei” ever since I was a 9-year-old boy, but I watched the Spanish version, which was a part of a music video Andrea Bocelli did with Marta Sánchez as part of his “A Night in Tuscany” performance. Ever since then, this song has become so addicting to listen to….
“Oh, this is the night, it’s a beautiful night And we call it bella notte Look at the skies, they have stars in their eyes On this lovely bella notte Side by side with your loved one You’ll find enchantment here The night will weave its magic spell When the one you love is near For this is the night And the heavens are right On this lovely bella notte This is the night It’s a beautiful night And we call it bella notte Look at the skies They have stars in their eyes On this lovely bella notte Side by side with your loved one You’ll find enchantment here The night will weave its magic spell When the one you love is near For this is the night And the heavens are right On this lovely bella notte” – Bella Notte, Originally sung by George Givot as the voice of Tony the Chef, Bill Thompson as the voice of Joe the Assistant, and the Disney Chorus, Composed by Oliver Wallace, Lyrics by Peggy Lee and Sonny Burke, From the Disney animated film Lady and The Tramp released on June 22, 1955 This piece of Robike fanart, which is an art trade I have accomplished with my dear friend KatyGorl, is dedicated to the amazing Pongpang aka the-pongpang-art who celebrated her birthday a week ago and Ika-chan aka LoveEmerald, Cinnamon aka Cinnamon-Swirls, and Miluda aka blameshiori who are celebrating their birthdays today. So, Pongpang, Ika, Cinnamon, Miluda, I wish you lovely ladies joy, prosperity, beauty, strength, glory, and love in everything you do as artists and as people. Keep on making wonderful pieces of work and stay awesome, blessed, and full of abundance. This is also dedicated to all of the wonderful Mike x Robin or Robike shippers out there. So, I hope you all enjoy this lovely piece of Robike fanart. Here we have Mike Believe and his darling wife Robin Snyder-Believe having a lovely date in a cozy Italian restaurant where they are a dinner consisting of spaghetti topped with a giant meatball seasoned and cooked to perfection, loaded with marinara sauce, and sprinkled with basil leaf bits and bits of parmesan cheese that has already been melted. Plus, this adorable normie couple from Townsville even have a Lady and The Tramp moment where they are even re-enacting the classic spaghetti kiss scene, which in turn is my inspiration for this little date scenario between Mike and Robin. Speaking of Disney’s Lady and the Tramp, it should come off as no surprise that Bella Notte has been one of my most favorite songs ever since I was a toddler. So, when combining my favorite song from one of my favorite animated Disney movies from the 1950’s with one of my most beloved Powerpuff Girls OTPs of all time, I thought to myself this is absolute genius. This classic song, as well as the iconic scene between The Tramp and Lady which emits so much nostalgia, is the perfect match for the scenario Mike and Robin are in. Without further ado, I present you not just one, not just two, but four versions of Bella Notte. The first is the original version sung by George Givot, Bill Thompson, and the Disney Chorus, the second one is the 1955 Italian version, the third is the pop version with Carlos Ponce and Joy Enriquez, and the fourth one is the Glee version sung by Chord Overstreet as Sam Evans, Kevin McHale as Artie Abrams, Harry Shum Jr. as Mike Chang, and the late Mark Salling as Noah Puckerman. I hope you also enjoy listening to these four selections as you gaze into the loveliness that is Mike and Robin on a date, and tell me in the comments which version you prefer the most. The original version sung by George Givot, Bill Thompson, and the Disney Chorus The 1955 Italian version The 2001 pop version with Carlos Ponce and Joy Enriquez The 2011 Glee version with Chord Overstreet, Kevin McHale, Harry Shum Jr., and Mark Salling I hope you all enjoyed this piece of Robike goodness and I will see you all in the next submission. Mike Believe and Robin Snyder from The Powerpuff Girls belong to Craig McCracken and Cartoon Network.
“Le ciel bleu sur nous peut s’effondrer Et la terre peut bien s’écrouler, Peu m’importe si tu m’aimes, Je me fous du monde entier. Tant que l’amour inondera mes matins, Tant que mon corps frémira sous tes mains, Peu m’importent les problèmes, Mon amour puisque tu m’aimes. J’irais jusqu’au bout du monde, Je me ferais teindre en blonde, Si tu me le demandais. J’irais décrocher la lune, J’irais voler la fortune, Si tu me le demandais. Je renierais ma patrie, Je renierais mes amis, Si tu me le demandais. On peut bien rire de moi, Je ferais n’importe quoi Si tu me le demandais. Si un jour la vie t’arrache à moi, Si tu meurs que tu sois loin de moi, Peu m’importe si tu m’aimes Car moi je mourrai aussi. Nous aurons pour nous l’éternité, Dans le bleu de toute l’immensité. Dans le ciel, plus de problèmes. Mon amour crois-tu qu’on s’aime ? Dieu réunit ceux qui s’aiment.” -Hymne à L’Amour, Edith Piaf, Music by Marguerite Monnot, First Performed at the Cabaret Versaille on September 28, 1949, First Recorded on May 2, 1950 English Translation: “The blue sky onto us can collapse and the earth can fall down It doesn’t matter if you love me I don’t care about the whole world. As long as love floods my mornings As long as my body trembles under your hands I don’t mind the problems My love, since you love me I’d go to the world’s edge I’d dye my hair blond If you asked me I’d take down the moon I’d steal wealth If you asked me I’d abnegate my homeland I’d abnegate my friends If you asked me I can be laughed off I’d do anything If you asked me If one day, life tears you away from me if you die, being away from me It doesn’t matter if you love me Because I’d die as well. We’d own eternity Within the blue of whole hugeness In the sky, no problem anymore My love do you believe we love each other? God brings together those who love one another.” This piece of Robike fanart, which is part of my dearest friend’s Kaitlyn’s aka KatyGorl’s Claim a PPG Pairing Month, is dedicated to the ever fabulous, ever wonderful KatyGorl and the magnificent and astounding Lynn aka NanakoBlaze who are celebrating their birthdays today. So, Kaitlyn, Lynn, I wish you lovely young ladies a most pleasant, wonderful, joyous, grand, and prosperous birthday. You are amazing artists and people and I bless the both of you in everything you do. Comme on dit en francais, je vous souhaite un anniversaire plus agréable, merveilleux, joyeux, grand et prospère. Vous etes artistes et personnages trés magnifiques et je vous deux bénis dans tout vous faites. I would also love to dedicate this to all of the wonderful Robike shippers out there. Asseyez-vous, relaxez et prenez plaisir, mes cheres amis et camarades de le shipping de Mike Believe x Robin Snyder ou Robike. It should be no surprise that out of all of the Powerpuff Girls-related pairings that I have been a most loyal Mike Believe x Robin Snyder or Robike shipper and fan when I was fifteen years old. I was pleasantly surprised when I first saw this pairing on DeviantArt and I was wonderfully amazed by the works involving these two darlings as a couple. Now, as an adult of twenty-six years old, this pairing holds up wonderfully to this very day. I would even go out of my way to say that Robike has held up much better than Boomubbles and is even on par with my most favorite RRB/PPG pairing of all time, which is truly saying something. So, Mesdames et Messieurs, here we have Mike Believe and Robin Snyder-Believe being the absolutely adorable lovebirds that they are. For those of you who do not understand French or are neither Francophiles nor Francophones in the slightest, Mike’s shirt is loosely translated as “Robin is my very blissful seraph”, while Robin’s shirt is translated as “Mike is my very handsome archangel”. C’est l’amour vrai entre les deux ames gentiles et douces. That’s French for, this is true love between two gentle and sweet souls. Moreover, if you could not already tell, Mike and Robin are happily married with three children in my Team Xtreme headcanon and they function as their closest friends and allies in everything the likes of Brick, Butch, Mitch, Boomer, Blossom, Buttercup, Bubbles, and Bunny are doing as Townsville’s and Citysville’s finest superheroes of all time. Given that I am a veteran Robike shipper, I figured that the Édith Piaf classic Hymne á L’Amour would be an excellent choice for this exceptional couple. I can never ever go wrong with the original Madame Édith Piaf version, but I also love Josh Groban’s calmer more reflective version of the song. So, Kaitlyn, Lynn, and all of you exceptional Robike shippers, you are all in for a treat. You get to listen to two versions of Hymne á L’Amour and I would love to know in the comments below which of these two you prefer. Je vous souhaite une bonne écoute, chers amis. Édith Piaf Josh Groban I hope you all enjoyed this and as we say in French, a tout a l’heure, mes amis. Mike Believe and Robin Snyder from The Powerpuff Girls belong to Craig McCracken and Cartoon Network.