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  1. Perdono

    Perdono (Italian pronunciation: [perˈdoːno], i.e. "Forgive me") is an Italian pop song written by Piero Soffici and Mogol and performed by Caterina Caselli. The song was released as a "double A-side" together with "L'uomo d'oro". It was launched in the third edition of the Festivalbar, and it won the competition as the most listened to song in Italian jukeboxes with over 72,000 selections in the 1966 Summer. "L'uomo d'oro" instead entered the competition at Un disco per l'estate and eventually placed fifth. The same year, the song was adapted into a musicarello film with the same name, directed by Ettore Maria Fizzarotti and starring Laura Efrikian and the same Caterina Caselli.

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  1. Perdono

    "Perdono" is a 2001 song recorded by Italian singer Tiziano Ferro. Released on June 26, 2001, it was the singer's debut single and lead one from his album Rosso Relativo, which was released four months later. Based on a sample of R. Kelly's song 'Did You Ever Think', it achieved huge success in many European countries and even topped the charts in the Netherlands, Spain, Italy, Austria and Belgium. The song, considered as "sweet and melodious" in its Franco-Italian version, was much aired on radio in France. The music video was directed by Matteo Pellegrini.

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  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of perdono in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of perdono in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6


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