"He knew, he didn't say".  A parody of Piotr Rubik's hit conquers the web

“He knew, he knew, but
he did not say
thinking they are somewhere
can be moved
everything will be fine
nothing will ever come of it.” Sebastian Michalski in a hit parody “Let them say it’s not love” Piotr Rubik.

“Knew, didn’t say” is a statement by the singer and the actor on the subject disclosed in the report “Franciszkańska 3” by Marcin Gutowski knowledge information Karol Wojtyla on pedophilia in the Polish Church.

The aforementioned Rubik’s song is one of the composer’s greatest hits. In a duet with a lyricist Zbigniew Książek he created, among others “Swietokrzyski Triptych” (consisting of the parts “Świętokrzyska Golgota”, “Tu es Petrus” and “September Psalter”).

All of Poland applauded the characteristic musical motif composed by Piotr Rubik. Although the song and the album from the oratorio “Tu es Petrus” gained the peak of popularity (including Summer Hit at the Festival in Sopot, Super-Diamond Record for sales of over 150,000 copies), they were crushed by critics who did not left a dry thread on the composer.

“Sacro polo”, “Michał Wiśniewski of classical music” – these are just some of the terms addressed to him and his music.

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