Beliy Plaschik

Album: Veselye Ulybki (2008)


  • This song is in Russian, and the title translates to "White Robe." The song is about forced abortions, and the video portrays Yulia Volkova of t.A.T.u pregnant and in a detention center, where she is killed by a firing squad.
  • According to t.A.T.u's official site, the lyrics came from 3 different poems that were written by Maria Maksakova, a 16-year old t.A.T.u. fan from Saint Petersburg. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Sara - Anoka, MN, for above 2


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