Ti i ja

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Ti i ja
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Studio album by
ReleasedDecember 1975
StudioJugoton Studio, Zagreb
Genre Pop, Rock and roll, Baroque pop, Pop-rock
Label Jugoton
Producer Kornelije Kovač
Zdravko Čolić chronology
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Ti i ja is a studio album by Zdravko Čolić released in 1975.

Track listing

Ti i ja
1."Vagabund" (Vagabond) Kornelije Kovač K. Kovač4:00
2."Loše vino" (Bad Wine) Arsen Dedić Goran Bregović 3:15
3."Ostanimo prijatelji" (Let's Stay Friends)Mirjana IlićK. Kovač5:25
4."A sad sam ja na redu" (And Now It's My Turn)K. KovačK. Kovač3:35
5."Ljubav je ljubav" (Love is Love) Kemal Monteno K. Monteno3:55
6."Zvao sam je Emili" (I Called Her Emily)K. KovačK. Kovač3:24
7."Ti si svjetlo, ja sam tama" (You're The Light, I'm The Darkness)A. DedićA. Dedić4:04
8."Život je lijep, Helen Marie" (Life Is Beautiful, Helen Marie)K. KovačK. Kovač3:24
9."Poslije raskoši i sjaja" (After The Luxury And Glow)Spomenka KovačK. Kovač4:17
10."Igraš se vatrom" (You're Playing With Fire)G. BregovićG. Bregović4:05

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