Ti si mi u krvi

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Ti si mi u krvi
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Studio album by
StudioStudio I RTV Sarajevo, Sarajevo
Genre Pop
Label Diskoton / Kamarad
Producer Kornelije Kovač
Zdravko Čolić chronology
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Ti si mi u krvi
Zdravko Čolić

Ti si mi u krvi is the sixth studio album by Zdravko Čolić, released in 1984.


After five studio albums for Jugoton, this was Čolić's first studio release for a different label as a co-operation project between Diskoton and Kamarad, a newly established privately-owned music label co-owned by Čolić and Goran Bregović. [1]

The title track is one of the most popular ballads of ex-Yugoslav pop music.

Track listing

Ti si mi u krvi
1."Ruška" Marina Tucaković Kornelije Kovač 3:41
2."Ustani, sestro" (Stand Up, Sister)Goran Gunjak & Ranko BobanR. Boban3:13
3."Ti možeš sve, al' jedno ne" (You Can Do Anything, But Not One Thing) Momčilo Bajagić K. Kovač4:34
4."Cura iz Zenice" (A Girl From Zenica)M. BajagićK. Kovač3:17
5."Ti si mi u krvi" (You're In My Blood)Spomenka KovačK. Kovač4:57
6."Vala, vrijeme je" (Well, It's Time) Đorđe Balašević Josip Boček3:22
7."Južnjaci" (Southern People)M. Tucaković Đorđe Novković 3:43
8."Pamti me po dobru" (Remember Me By Good)Dragana IvićK. Kovač4:05
9."Osvojio bi sve" (I'd Conquer All)M. TucakovićAleksandar "Futa" Radulović3:37
10."Sto cigana" (A Hundred Gypsies)R. BobanR. Boban4:02

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