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Hra-tsa-tsa, ia ripi-dapi dilla barits tad dillan deh lando.
Aba rippadta parip parii ba ribi, ribi, ribiriz den teahlando,
La barillaz dillan deiallou ara va reve reve revydyv dyvjavuo
Bariz dah l'llavz dei lando dabaoke dagae gadae due due dei ia do
Hra-tsa-tsa, ia ripi-dapi dilla barits tad dillan deh lando.
Aba rippadta parip parii ba ribi, ribi, ribiriz den teahlando,
La barillaz dillan deiallou ara va reve reve revydyv dyvjavuo
Bariz dah l'llavz dei lando dabaoke dagae gadae due due dei ia do

Arattzattza ya ribiraririn raba rittan rindam denrandu
Waba rittatta parippari pariri ribiribi risutan denrandu
Yaba rindan tenran deiaroo waraba dubudubudubu deiebu
Ra rittan dinran denrandu tatatataduuduu deiabuu
Rattzattza ya ribiraririn raba rittan rindam denrandu
Waba rittatta parippari pariri ribiribi risutan denrandu
Yaba rindan tenran deiaroo waraba dubudubudubu deiebu
Ra rittan dinran denrandu tatatataduuduu deiabuu



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    UnregisteredSep 23, 2011 at 10:25 pm
    This is the deepest song on the planet. The lyrics are just so meaningful and touching, I felt tears rolling down my face.

    These lyrics are obviously the work of pure literary genius, I am breathless. I can't even think of anything else to say about this work of art. So, I will end this by saying that I not only agree with the message in these lyrics, but I will keep these words close to my heart forever.
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    UnregisteredApr 19, 2014 at 11:35 pm
    This song is not sung in directly Finnish as in Miku's version, it is more of Finnish scattering. Not GIBBERISH. Also, for the person who mentioned the Leek has to do with the anime Bleach. I'm not quite sure that's correct, Miku is holding a Neji (Welsh Onion, and her character item is a Neji. As for the meaning, go look up the English version, then you'll understand.
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    UnregisteredAug 6, 2014 at 2:57 pm
    This is the version of Ievan Polkka sung by Hatsune Miku, tho I'm not really sure since some part is changed and Miku sung it too fast and it's vocaloid so it's not perfected.
    Ievan Polkka(Ievan Polokka, meaning 'Eva's Polka') a popular Finnish song that still preserve it's popularity up to now, the original writer of the lyric is Eino Kettunen.
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    UnregisteredAug 12, 2012 at 7:26 pm
    It doesn't seem to be anything like the original finnish meaning... As for the previous connection to the leek mentioned earlier, it has to do with the anime bleach, in which orehime inoue twirls around a leek in the second episode after having had been hit by a car whilst she was humming the tune. You can read about it in the wikipedia article.
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    UnregisteredJan 1, 2012 at 8:38 am
    Blah blah blah! Lol! This songs awesome! And it doesn't have a meaning to it... It's gibberish! But awesomely fun to sing... Or blabber!

    (arats pa pa ya ribi ibi do abba its so yenda yen dan do! )

    Sing the words above in brakets at the start of the song! It realy sounds like miku's words!

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