Hah! I don't know Russian, but I know this song! It is a Russian version of "Greenfields," as made famous by The Brothers Four, recorded in 1960. I have a video of them performing it on the old Sing Along with Mitch TV show in that year.
Amusingly, if you type the Russian information provided under the video into Google translate, the title comes out as "City of Childhood," but the songwriter's names (transliterated) are indeed phonetic versions of two of the actual writers of "Greenfields":
Ф. Миллер = F[rank] Miller
Р. Джилкинсон = P Dzilkhinson = (a Russian mispronunciation of) Terry Gilkyson.
Why the Russians did this song, and what the Russian lady is actually singing, are beyond my ken. But if it's the song itself you're after, that's where it came from.