If you have an intermediate level of Italian, one of the best ways to improve your Italian is by listening to Italian songs.
We’ve prepared a list of some of the most popular Italian songs that are appropriate to your level.
Let’s get started!
Italian songs with English translation
If you don’t feel confident enough to just watch the video without the lyrics and translation, don’t worry!
We’ve included links to the lyrics and translations of the first three songs to make your life easier.
Once you feel more confident, you can just watch the videos and focus on the Italian words without having to read their translation.
Azzurro – Adriano Celentano
Here are the lyrics and translation of Azzurro by Adriano Celentano.
Voglio una pelle splendida – Afterhours
Here you’ll find the lyrics and translation of Voglio una pelle splendida by Afterhours.
Ragazzo fortunato – Lorenzo Cherubini
Here you’ll find the lyrics and translation of Ragazzo fortunato by Lorenzo Cherubini.
Italian songs with lyrics
If you feel more confident by now, you can watch the videos of the songs below which only include the lyrics in Italian.
We hope you enjoy them as much as we do!
Non me lo so spiegare – Tiziano Ferro
Amarsi un po’ – Lucio Battisti
Che cos’è l’amor – Vinicio Capossela
La cura – Franco Battiato
Learn Italian with Italian songs
Listening to Italian songs is one of the best things you can do if you really want to learn Italian.
This is because by listening to Italian music, you learn Italian in context.
And you learn more than just words. You also learn about what Italians care about.
If you prefer to learn Italian with easy songs, we recommend listening to Italian children’s songs and Italian songs for beginners.
However, if you want to improve your Italian at a higher level, we recommend listening to Italian songs for advanced levels.
Finally, we also recommend this list of the top 20 best Italian songs.
You should listen to this type of music in your free time even if you don’t have an advanced level.
This way, your brain will get exposed to Italian and that’s how you learn unconsciously.
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