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[*] posted on 3-7-2014 at 11:33 PM
A. 051. The Unfaithful Lover


(From Kotten)
Translated by Ed Bernthal

The youth went the straight way,
Came straight to the oak tree.
Came straight to the oak tree.

He cut himself a small branch
And made a little pipe out of it.
And made a little pipe out of it.

So he played a happy song on it
To get the sad heaviness out of his heart,
Out of his eyes that were crying so much:

I have a loved one over there, a neighbor child.
I have a loved one over there, a girl so fair.
I have a loved one over there, a girl so fair.

Others go to her with happiness
But I, only with sadness.
But I, only with sadness.

A rogue has come, a mischievous rogue.
A rogue has come and has taken her away from me.
And he did not even invite me to the wedding.

And today is the wedding and in future weeks,
If I donít go today, I will still go later.
If I donít go today, I will still go later.


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