Bulgarian hearts is a patriotic pop song of the Bulgarian pop star from later 20th century Emil Dimitrov. Together with Lili Ivanova, Emil Dimitrov was able in the later stage of Cold War to have kept Bulgarians with the feeling that they are part of the world culture despite the deculturation pressure of the communism. With French mother, artistic, gifted, extravagant and moral, Emil Dimitrov had created a Bulgarian style in pop music, which was liked by all generations. He even brought folk stars Sisters Kushlevi on the pop stage to have created a unique highly exciting atmosphere and every summer traveled for live concerts through Bulgaria reaching even very small places.
Emil Dimitrov was an amazing Bulgarian who loved Bulgarians keeping the idea of creating highly quality pop music as Bulgarian pop music. From perspectives of the 21st century, his life was life of a gifted artist who was enough smart to have known how to develop himself in a totalitarian, respectively, highly risky for artists environment.
The songs of Emil Dimitrov are romantic, usually with rich content. Many of them were created by the singer. Some of the song lyrics are translated in English.
Nowadays the Bulgarian hearts have been crying for democracy in Bulgaria, which is still on the door of this country with thousands of years rich history. The western democracy has brought ideals which Bulgarians wish to be embedded in their native country as well.