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Norwegian Word (This Bird Has Flown) lyrics

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Kalimba – Norwegian Word (This Bird Has Flown) lyrics

So in the spring you hear the bits
(English singing)

I ones have a girl,
All sure I say,
She was had me

She show me her brome
Easley god no breached was
She ask me to stay and she told me
To seat any way
So I look to around
And not taste there wasn't chair

Norwegian wood, the spring has not
Norwegian wood, love
Norwegian wood, the spring has not
Norwegian wood, love

I sad on look run
Bad in my time drinking the wine
We talk then too, and then she says its time to bed
Oh she told me she was, in the morning start to land
I told her I thing and close to me in the bed

Norwegian wood, the spring has not
Norwegian wood, love
Norwegian wood, the spring has not
Norwegian wood, love

(English singing)

And when now look, I was lone,
And she first gone,
Way me by and the see her was gone

(English singing)

(Repeats to fadeout)
Norwegian wood, the spring has not
Norwegian wood, love
Norwegian wood, the spring has not
Norwegian wood, love



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