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Svetlana's Song (I'm a Russian Girl) is a song sung by Svetlana in the Aurora Borealis: Trip to Britain movie, When in London, Episode 1. She sings about how she is afraid that she won't be accepted due to being from Russia, and how the Soviets mock her for being a good person.


Lyrics[]

I can't cope with this pressure.

It is too much to handle.

For poor Svetlana, life will never be good.

A Russian like me shall never

be accepted in London.

The fear and shame that pesters me

might be gone one day.


For a Russian girl, my life is hard!

I feel like nothing's here!
I feel so bad, it's nothing nice!
I feel like pestilence!

Every time my heart beats slower every day!

The people will not like me! Russians are worthless to them!

If I get respect from you nice ones,

Who else in London would trust a so-called communist?


For a Russian girl it's dangerous!

I know that I'm not evil!

But the British won't accept me!

I'm a thorn in their side!

For a Russian girl, my life is hard!

I feel like nothing's here!
I feel so bad, it's nothing nice!
I feel like pestilence!

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