Synonyms for tsotou or Related words with tsotou

sotia              hadjinasios              voskopoulos              theiopoulos              koufianakis              zampetas              giati              agapo              parios              einai              moukidis              kaldaras              hatzis              mimis              erotas              tolis              apopse              nihta              stigmi              lefteris              stin              fovase              apenanti              papagianopoulos              koritsia              tragoudi              kardia              mporo              kosmou              ximeroma              neiata              polykandriotis              hatzigiannis              martakis              pashalis              korkolis              kalimera              krimizakis              eftichia              avrio              korgialas              ifigeneia              thiella              plessas              kapetanidis              xenofontas              fileris              theofanous              chrispa              eimai             



Examples of "tsotou"
A-side: "Ti talaiporia", Haris Alexiou (G. Hadjinasios, S. Tsotou)
Sotia Tsotou (; 14 May 1942 - 10 December 2011) was a Greek lyricist and journalist.
B-side: "Kai na ‘mouna to palikari", Yannis Parios (G. Hadjinasios, S. Tsotou)
The album is entirely composed Kostas Hatzis, with lyrics by Xenofontas Fileris, Giorgos Economidis, Sotia Tsotou and Ursula Yordi.
The album is entirely composed Kostas Hatzis, with lyrics by Sotia Tsotou, Dimitris Christodoulou, Ilias Lymperopoulos, Manos Koufianakis, Giannis Pavlou, Danai Stratigopoulou (as Argiro Kalliga), Tonis Chirbinos and Ursula Yordi.
Tsotou was born on May 14, 1942, in Livadeia, a city in central Greece, and she grew up in Athens. As the only child of wealthy family she studied in Greek-French School of "Saint Joseph" in Attiki. From the age of 18 she started to work as a journalist while she was studying in Panteion University and Drama Schools of Pelos katselis and Kostis Michailidis. During the occupation she had been arrested many times that inspired her to write lyrics for many songs. She died of cancer on December 10, 2011.