Ricchi e Poveri's song "Sarà perché ti amo" is a romantic ode to the power of love. The lyrics explore the idea that love can make the world seem chaotic and confusing, but that it is ultimately worth it. The song speaks of the joy of being close to someone and the feeling of being in love, and encourages listeners to embrace the chaos and confusion that comes with it.
Ricchi e Poveri is an Italian pop music group formed in 1968 in Genoa, Italy. The group is composed of Franco Gatti, Angela Brambati, Angelo Sotgiu and Angela Brambati. Ricchi e Poveri has released over 20 albums and has had numerous hits in Italy, Europe, and Latin America. Their most famous songs include "Sarà perché ti amo", "Mamma Maria", and "Voulez-Vous Danser". Ricchi e Poveri has been awarded numerous awards, including the prestigious Sanremo Music Festival in 1981. Ricchi e Poveri represented Italy at the Eurovision Song Contest 1978 with the song "Questo amore" finishing 12th with 53 points. In 2020 the original line-up reunited to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the band’s debut at the Sanremo Music Festival.