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Berlusconi and Veronica: the Toto’s advice

Stories and News No. 40:

The Story:

In the paradise of the most important artists of all time, the great Totò carefully observes what happens in Italy.
He is obviously sorry for the insult done to his grave, but he knows that this is an injury that Naples has made to itself, because death is a level, and none better than him has been able to explain.
The Prince reads the newspapers and could not miss the story of Berlusconi and Veronica.
So he dedicates one of his poems to Silvio, English translation from Neapolitan language:

What I miss!

I have the money, I don’t miss anything,
I can buy what I like:
A gold statue, a silver boat...
Palaces, villas... a lot of houses.

- Who is happier than yourself? – People tell me.
- You are rich, you're young (or rejuvenated…)... what do you miss? -
And this is true, I don’t miss anything.
I would like to buy just one thing...

A heart... a heart full of tenderness
A heart that cares of me as a mountain of love...
A heart which makes me applaud of happiness,
A heart which makes me content for the joy that gives me.

It depends on me; I do not want to wait.
I knock at the door of a girl:
- What I have to give you to buy your heart?
Whatever is the price, tell me, what do you want? -

She replies very kindly:
- The heart is not for sale... it is ever a present.
Believe me, I am sincere...
With money you cannot buy it!


The News:

Berlusconi's relationship with Letizia has been the subject of intense speculation ever since the premier's wife, Veronica Lario, cited his presence at Letizia's 18th birthday party in announcing a few weeks ago that she was divorcing the 72-year-old Berlusconi.
Berlusconi was asked Sunday about another report quoting an ally as saying Lario was the one who broke up the family with a relationship with her bodyguard.
Berlusconi didn't respond directly, saying only that he was saddened that "situations that belong exclusively to a family have been brought to the front pages of newspapers."

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