It's cute how you think this somehow has a connection to FYROM and you keep posting it.
How does this make balkan fags feel>?
Opasen Char has always made me kek.
just feel my shit up senpai
You niggers should watch this, if you like documentaries. +1 for subhuman ex-yugos of all variaties.
proofs? who is the author so you can validate this claim?
>it's in bulgarian
>written by bulgarian artist
>is about bulgaria
seems bulgarian enough to me
it's also in macedonian in our version, its about the vardar river and the artist is unknown, ur point? but the melody is turk as fuck like >>53786114 said, just like most balkan music, im not really a fan of folk but jovano jovanke and makedonsko devojce are exceptions
have a based toshe song
>there are fyromites who genuinely believe yovano, yovanke and makedonsko devoiche are 100% authentic fyromite songs
>there are two balks
you're in the late one btw, here's the correct: >>53783604
another song by the same composer
>fyomites genuinely believe an old bulgarian folk song was written in 1964
lol tatars wont give us a break
they stole everything from our kings, literacy, liberators and now folk songs. all that is from macedonia and you have pagan shit and gypsies to be proud of
just because you were taught it's from 40 years ago doesn't make it true
makedonsko devoiche is an old song from the macedonian folklore region
it's literally only in FYROM that you're taught the song was "created" in 1964