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[*] posted on 3-25-2014 at 11:37 AM
A. 059. Chain Link


(From: Lohsa)
Translated by Ed Bernthal

All our men return from the war
All our men return from the war
Ho he!
From the war.

Our man is leading his horse
Our man is leading his horse
Ho he!
Leading his horse.

On his horse lies a saddle
On his horse lies a saddle
Ho he!
Lies a saddle.

On the saddle sits a woman
On the saddle sits a woman
Ho he!
Sits a women.

The woman has a golden ring
The woman has a golden ring
Ho he!
A golden ring.

The ring has a blue eye
The ring has a blue eye
Ho he!
A blue eye.

Water is flowing from the eye
Water is flowing from the eye
Ho he!
Flowing water.

Grass is growing on the water
Grass is growing on the water
Ho he!
Grass is growing.

Peacocks go on the grass
Peacocks go on the grass
Ho he!
Peacocks go.

The nice woman looks after the peacocks
The nice woman looks after the peacocks
Ho he!
Looks after the peacocks.

Also spins silk for them
Also spins silk for them
Ho he!
Silk for them.

Makes wreaths from the silk
Makes wreaths from the silk
Ho he!
From the silk.

A soft breeze blows in
A soft breeze blows in
Ho he!
Soft breeze.

Blows the wreath into the tavern
Blows the wreath into the tavern
Ho he!
Into the tavern.

Where the youth are playing with dice
Where the youth are playing with dice
Ho he!
Youth are playing.

Three brothers throw the dice for the wreath
Three brothers throw the dice for the wreath
Ho he!
Brothers throw dice.

The youngest puts the wreath on his head
The youngest puts the wreath on his head.
Ho he!
Wreath on his head.



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