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You can hear a version of the song sung by a Dane, a Swede, and a Norwegian here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p_dqdcofoA0

9th April 2014

Tagged in Denmark

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11 months ago #9392331        
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You go Girl!



2 months ago #9479387        
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Anyone else feel like the trio of ladies on the youtube link seem to also physically represent SATW's representation of the countries (if I'm assuming the order they sing the song is Danish-Swedish-Norwegian)?



3 months ago #9469450        
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oh yesss :DD damn, you Danes are awesome :D



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12 months ago #9377293        
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The original lyrics:

Jeg tænker så tit på min bryllupsfest
Om det bli'r sol eller regn eller blæst?

Hvad skal jeg svare når præsten mig spøger
Om jeg har haft nogen kærester før?

Da skal jeg svare hvad sandheden er
At jeg har elsket med alle og enhver!


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30 days ago #9488996        
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Just came back from that youtube video. Everybody in the comments was from here XD



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1 month ago #9488351        
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It's not sister Denmark anymore, it's sister pimp now



3 months ago #9468297        
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We Swiss aren't really better. We have a whole folks song about a guy who wanted to milk a goat and got beaten up by it.
"Over here in the mountain there stands a white goat.
I wanted to milk it as it hit me.
*random yodelling*
It hit me and this hurts very much.
This is why I never in my life milk a goat again.
*random yodelling*"



4 months ago #9463360        
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I didn't know folk songs can be so..."rad". The folk songs I know are like...

"Oh, don't deceive me, oh, never leave me, how could you use a poor maiden so?"

"Here I sit on Buttermilk Hill, who could blame me cry my fill, every tear would turn a mill"

"If you miss the train I'm on, you will know that I am gone, you can hear the whistle blow, a hundred miles."



6 months ago #9440293        
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Thanks for the new ear worm!



10 months ago #9399874        
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i like this kind of music ,very acoustic



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