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[*] posted on 5-12-2014 at 07:21 PM
A. 116. A Strong Verdict


(From: Kotten)
Translated by Ed Bernthal

Whose horses are storming so in the stable
Whose horses are storming so in the stable,
While the coachman is not home?

The court horses are storming so
The court horses are storming so
While the coachman is not at home.

He is drinking beer in the tavern
He is drinking beer in the tavern,
And he staggers there with the tin can.

Now they leave the tavern and go home
Now they leave the tavern and go home,
Past the lovely ones bed room door.

Four of them want to go into the lovely one
Four of them want to go into the lovely one,
But he pulled out his shiny sword.

What is it worth for one
What is it worth for one,
To rob a lovely one of her favor.

It would be worth for such a one
It would be worth for such a one
To have his head chopped off,

And be thrown on the way off the bridge
And be thrown on the way off the bridge,
Where nothing but rue will grow.


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