Oh partisan take me away goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye oh partisan take me away that I'm feeling like dieing And if I die as partisan goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye and if I die as partisan you must bury me You will bury me over there, on the mountain goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye you will bury me over there on the mountain under the shadow of a wonderful flower And all the people passing by goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye and all the people passing by will say "what a wonderful flower!" Ad this is the flower of the partisan goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye dead for our freedom and this is the flower of the partisan dead for our freedom No one can argue that St. Not Saint Peter's in Rome but rather a smaller and no less profound church in Duluth, Minnesota.

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We give you his full biography and what we think are his top films. It is reminiscent of what happens to a building that had a bomb dropped on it. Part of Brownsville or Ocean Hill neighborhood in Brooklyn. This neighborhood was once a densely populated Italian neighborhood.

Note: Content on the PRIMO web site is different from the print edition of PRIMO magazine. And the church, built by Italian immigrants over 100 years ago, is now being demolished. About 110 years ago, the Italian immigrants wanted a Catholic church of their own. You can see that it was well-attended and made up of many devoted parishioners.

E' questo il fiore del partigiano o bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao ciao ciao, |: E' questo il fiore del partigino Morto per la libertá.

Lyrics of "Bella Ciao" in English One morning I woke up goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye my Beautiful, goodbye one morning I woke up and I found the invader (that means the German troups).

If I missed anyone, please let me know, as I want to include anyone and everyone who fought the good fight.

We commend the following people who led the effort to preserve the church.Seppellire lassú in montagna, o bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao ciao ciao, |: Seppellire lassú in montagna Sotto l'ombra di un bel fior.E le genti che passeranno o bella ciao, bella ciao, bella ciao ciao ciao, |: E le genti che passeranno Ti diranno o che bel fior.We learn from this sad situation, that the effort to preserve our Italian heritage in New York and all over America is well worth the fight and we have to keep fighting whenever we are faced with destruction of our heritage.Here is a list the people who fought the good fight to save Our Lady of Loreto.Not just Italian Americans, but people who live in the neighborhood or are active in it - these were African Americas who’s ancestors come from different parts of Africa and the Caribbean - these were Latinos - Asians - everyone was involved to keep Our Lady of Loreto because they all recognized it as a beautiful church - a real work of art in so many ways. The legal appeals exhausted and the archdiocese had their way - and Our Lady of Loreto is being torn down. You can see photos here, taken by Todd Maisel, of The Daily News, how the the murals, statuary, the decorative elements - all being beaten and destroyed. One wonders, why couldn’t the same thing have happened to Our Lady of Loreto. One wonders why the Brooklyn archdiocese didn’t sell the property to another denomination - perhaps a Protestant faith - now prevalent in the area.