Who Sang Nikita? Richard Clayderman

Richard Clayderman Songs of love cover art
Release information
Release Date: 1987
Genre: Pop
Style: Ballad
length: 3:46
producer: Paul de Senneville, Olivier Toussaint and Jean Baudlot
arranger: Gérard Salesses
sound engineer: Patrick Sigwalt and Didier Lizé
Hey Nikita is it cold
In your little corner of the world
You could roll around the globe
And never find a warmer soul to know

Oh I saw you by the wall
Ten of your tin soldiers in a row
With eyes that looked like ice on fire
The human heart a captive in the snow

Oh Nikita You will never know anything about my home
I'll never know how good it feels to hold you
Nikita I need you so
Oh Nikita is the other side of any given line in time
Counting ten tin soldiers in a row
Oh no, Nikita you'll never know

Do you ever dream of me
Do you ever see the letters that I write
When you look up through the wire
Nikita do you count the stars at night

And if there comes a time
Guns and gates no longer hold you in
And if you're free to make a choice
Just look towards the west and find a friend

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 Always There / Anyone Can Fall in Love
  • 2 Nikita
  • 3 Do You Know Where You’re Going To
  • 4 The Lady in Red / Take My Breath Away
  • 5 You Are My World
  • 6 We Are the World
  • 7 Theme from “The Bretts”
  • 8 I Know Him So Well
  • 9 Eleana
  • 10 Colin Maillard
  • 11 Eroica
  • 12 La Sorellina
  • 13 All by Myself
  • 14 I Dreamed a Dream
  • 15 All I Ask of You

  • Release information
    label: Decca Delphine
    country(area): United Kingdom
    format: CD
    barcode: 042282099525
    script: Latin