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[*] posted on 5-13-2014 at 07:42 PM
A. 124. The Preference for the Poor Servant


(From: Krischa)
Translated by Ed Bernthal

With singing and rejoicing
With singing and rejoicing
The youth came home from Biere
The youth came home from Biere.

A girl nice white and red
A girl nice white and red
Was walking behind him
Was walking behind him.

‘Stay, wait for me my sweetheart
Stay, wait for me my sweetheart
My wreath I will give to you
My wreath I will give to you.”

“Your wreath, I may not take
Your wreath, I may not take
I am just a poor servant
I am just a poor servant.”

‘Even though you are a poor servant
Even though you are a poor servant
You still have that yellowish hair
You still have that yellowish hair.’

‘The son in the family is proud and rough
The son in the family is proud and rough
And thinks a lot of himself
And thinks a lot of himself.’

‘The poor servant is very humble
The poor servant is very humble
And fears God the Lord
And fears God the Lord.’



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