VIDEO + PHOTO | The biggest stars from the Balkans say goodbye to Marina Tucakovic: Ceca, Karleuшаa Brena…

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Marina Tucakovic, author of many popular hits by musicians from the former Yugoslavia, has died.

The news of her death saddened the Balkan stars who said goodbye to their dear friend and collaborator on social networks yesterday and today.

Marina Tucakovic's last wish

Marina Tucakovic was born on November 4, 1953 in Belgrade. Her life was marked by many happy, but also painful moments, and she lived them all with the support and love of her husband Aleksandar Futa Radulovic. Marina and Alexandrag had a son Milan, and their second son Milos died in 2008.

Tucakovic wrote songs for numerous singers, and achieved his first success with the song "Touch My Knees", which he wrote for the pop group "Zana". The song was released in 1982 and is a big hit to this day. He wrote songs for Severina, Oliver, Misha, Magazine, Zdravko Colic and many others.

The Balkans are saying goodbye to Marina Tucakovic

 

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"I was speechless! Behind her is a long, arduous struggle! And as much as we all knew the seriousness of the situation, I have no words! An extraordinary soul left, a woman who created poetry from every situation, someone whose work no one was immune to, and we who had her as a friend, can be considered privileged! "Marina, my dear, rest your soul and know that you will be loved by all of us forever," Ceca wrote.

 

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"My torment рам I am looking for words… In this shitty life full of pain, suffering and sorrow, he left you the most beautiful trace… And for that I guess it was worth living… Thank you for everything," Jelena Karleuшаa wrote in her post.

 

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"Marina wrote all my songs," Karleuшаa continued with another post.

 

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"Thank you Marina… Where do I start? "Silent killer", "My dear", "Who directs this drama", "Left behind", "Magic", "I must not fall in love with you", "Insomnia", "I still love you", "Shoot in love ", Sweet little", "Casino", "Woman loves diamonds", "Only for your eyes", "A man who hates a woman", "Who loves you", "It's good to be her", you "," Crime Rad "," Madman "and many other songs, written by Marina… When I came to her with Divna to read the lyrics for this song you are listening to, all three of us started crying while she was reading the first verses… "And now I cry as I write this… because I can not believe what I write… It is very difficult for me and I want to share this with you… to know that this woman marked my career and life… Here," wrote Karleuшаa.

 

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"Thank you for every verse! We will remember you forever! "Rest in peace," wrote Marija Serifovic.

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"Dear Marina, rest in peace благода Thank you for all the songs that marked our lives. "I am happy that in my career I have a song that you wrote for me…", wrote Nina Badri..

 

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"Dear Marina, it is inconceivable for me, even after so many years, to compile a set list without" Stranac u noci ". And yesterday, the audience with me and the band sang that song out loud, at a concert in your Belgrade. We had no idea what sad news this day would bring. You will be here forever. In the verses. And the memories, "Massimo wrote on his Instagram account.

Zeljko Joksimovic also said goodbye to Tucakovic…

 

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"Whatever I say about Marina, it will be too little. Gone is our poetess, our friend and comrade, who was like a scanner for our souls, she knew what we think and feel. The woman we all loved and respected will never be born again. Her texts will remain the stamp of all of us, the stamp of a time when we had the greatest poet and friend, a friend. Let the earth be easy for her and let her look at us from a better place now. We love you Marina and we will always love and respect you because with your actions she made our life better, where we turned your words into an emotion that everyone felt. "Rest in peace," Lepa Brena wrote on her Instagram account.

 

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