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u veist af allri hljunni
u finnur allan hitan
u veist a g elska ig
u veist g ver a fara
g fer og veii i matinn
kem aftur hlain gjfum
me br og fjarir og perlur
og litla effelturna
g kem og kyssi og kyssi
og kyss'og nudda halsin
og egar og egar g kem
og egar og egar
u veist a g arnfast in
u veist a g er in
Ho-oh-oh oh, u...
a-a g elska ig
u veist a g er in
Ho-oh, wooh-oh oh
egar hann kemur
Oh-mey-oh-mey-oh
a-a g elska ig
translation :
You know of all the warmth
you feel all the heat
you know that I love you
you know that I must go
I go and hunt for food
and come back loaded with meat
with berries and feathers and pearls
and little eiffel towers
I come and kiss and kiss
kiss and rub the neck
and when and when I come
and when and when
you know that I need you
you know that I‘m yours
Ho-oh-oh oh, you...
a-that I love you
you know that I‘m yours
Ho-oh, wooh-oh oh
when he comes
Oh-mey-oh-mey-oh
a-that I love you



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