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Les Miserables – Syd For Køge lyrics

1. Og det var syd for køge, der mødte jeg en nøgen mand,
Han råbte på en skøge, han var på grådens rand,
Han ville ha kørt svinet af,
Ja den sku' ha' hva' den ku' ta',
Med porto og potens, den nøgne mand hed Jens,
Med porto og potens, den nøgne mand hed Jens.

2. Og det var syd for køge, der dukked' fra Karisse op,
En vaskeægte skøge, med fed og smækker krop,
Hun viftede med sin popo,
Og sag' til Jens imens hun lo,
"Så du vil ha' et put", og pigen hun hed Ruth,
"Så du vil ha' et put", og pigen hun hed Ruth.

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3. I brygger der var dunke, i balder der var traktordæk,
Forløste han sin klunke, og græd og bad om smæk,
I tror måske at det er løgn,
De bøjede sig en time døgn,
Og Ruth sag' til sin mand, "vi kalder drengen Jan",
Og Ruth sag' til sin mand, "vi kalder drengen Jan".
Vi kalder ham Jan,
Dudididididu,
Vi kalder ham Jan,
Dudididididu,
Vi kalder ham Jan,
Dudididididu,
Vi kalder ham Jan,
Uhh uhh,
Vi kalder ham Jan,
Dudididididu,
Vi kalder ham Jan.



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    This is a Danish song that doesn't have a English version to match it the translation is.
    1. And it was south of køge, I met a naked man,
    He yelled at a harlot, he was on the verge of tears,
    He would've run the pig of.
    Yes the sku 'ha' huh the ku 'ta'
    With postage and potency, the naked man called Jamie,
    With postage and potency, the naked man called Jens.

    2. And it was south of the prostitute who dived 'from Karisse up,
    A real w***e, bold and slender body,
    She waved her popo,
    And the case 'Jens while she laughed,
    "So you want to have a putt," and the girl her name was Ruth,
    "So you want to have a putt," and the girl her name was Ruth.

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    3. Brews were cans, the buttocks were tractor tires,
    Redeemed his klunke and cried and asked for stone,
    You may think that it's a lie,
    They bowed to one hour daily,
    And Ruth action 'to her husband, "we call the boy Jan",
    And Ruth action 'to her husband, "we call the boy Jan".
    We call him Jan,
    Dudididididu,
    We call him Jan,
    Dudididididu,
    We call him Jan,
    Dudididididu,
    We call him Jan,
    Uhh,
    We call him Jan,
    Dudididididu,
    We call him Jan.
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