Enchanting Woman by Alex Genadinik: Reviewed

Enchanting Woman is truly an enchanting song with a haunting melody. It takes you back to the days of Simon and Garfunkel, Neil Diamond and other similar artists. Today, you can read a review of Enchanting Woman right here on Krannaken.com.

Enchanting Woman is another song that Alex has taken from its Russian origins and translated it into English. The tune remains the same as it as in Russian. The onl changes to the song lie in its lyrics.

Alex Explains, “lyrics have been rewritten and many of the ideas in the lyrics are new in addition to the original ones”.

“…many of the ideas in the lyrics are new in addition to the original uses…”

Origins of Enchanting Woman

As can be heard, Enchanting Woman has a typical Eastern European sound to it. The tune remains unchanged from the original version.

The lyrics are translated from Oleg Pogudin, a notable Russian poet. However, the original song was sung by Bulat Okudzhava. If you have visited my blog before, you will know the name, Bulat Okudzhava, from the review of Blue Trolley.

Meanings of Enchanting Woman

It is a love song that is about the importance of appreciating love when you have it. You never know what tomorrow will bring. Therefore, it is vitally important that you don’t take love for granted.

The Lyrics of Enchanting Woman


Verse 1

My soul is taken by one majestic Lady her eyes show glimpses of a different world Where she inspires me to be elegant and tender The flowers dream to bloom as bright as her Where she goes it’s as though angels are

Verse 2

Singing with each of them plays golden harps She makes each note drift into in me and take root in my soul Blossom and let me feel her melody

Verse 3

When we’re apart, I write her letters in the clouds My smiles kiss her gently with sunlight When I feel breeze, I know she’s whispering to me But suddenly She went a different way

Verse 4

Maybe she still remembers me and thinks of me with favor. And so the heavens favor her for that. She probably still writes to me but postmen have grown old And long ago, all the addresses have changed. She probably still writes to me love letters in the clouds But I’ve grown old and can’t read clouds anymore.

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Instruments Used in Enchanting Woman

Alex is the main focus as far as instruments go. He, both sings the lyrics and plays the guitar we can hear.

However, there are other instruments too. You can also hear something like a cello that is more subtle in the earlier verses. It is never a prominent instrument.

There is also something that sounds like a clarinet later in the Enchanting Woman song, but again it is very subtle.

Learn More About Alex’s Music

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Thank you for reading this post about Enchanting Woman.

About the Author
David Verney is a graduate from the University of West London, husband, father, Christian and Tottenham Hotspur fan. He started Krannaken.com during his final year at University. The initial idea was just somewhere to put his ideas on the subject of music marketing. However, it has been going strong since then and (at the time of writing) this website is 19 months old. Ideas don't dry up because the industry is always changing. New websites with new features are being launched all the time. Therefore, Writer's Block does not feature. I hope you enjoy the blog. Please hit one of the banners and claim your free copy of The Complete Guide to Music Marketing. I plan to update my book with new content every year.

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