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DonD Song Challenge! - Part 82 (58* d) RE: SONG CHALLENGE! - Part 82 03 Jun 02


Oh my name is Arne Tokvam
From the little town of Flam;
I went shopping with brother Oystein
At a shop not far from home.

There were two fair young ladies there
And we began to chat
I said "Oystein's eighty, I'm seventy-three;
What do you think of that?"

CHORUS:

Oy, oy, Oystein -- ain't we having fun?
But it cost a lot for what we got,
When all's said and done!

They said, "Let's go up to your house
We'll show you a thing or two
That you haven't seen in many years
You little old devils, you!"

And true they each one showed us two,
Between them they had four,
Oystein said, "I tell you Arne,
I can't remember having this much fun before!"

CHORUS

The girls laughed too, so hard they cried
They feared they'd wet their drawers.
While they rushed off to the toilet
We were rolling on the floor.

How long they took, we thought it droll,
Midst sniggers and guffaws,
We doubled up when we recalled,
They weren't actually wearing drawers!

CHORUS

Concerned, we went in search of them,
They and the cupboard were bare
All our savings they had stolen,
But we just didn't care.

I said, "Oystein, wasn't this one great day?"
He said, "Arne, you are so right,
'Who wants to be a millionaire' came
To Flom, and met 'Entertainment Tonight'"!

|| CHORUS ||

Did you recognize 'Oh, Susanna'? (Damned if I could fit in Sogn og Fjordane.)



line breaks added by mudelf ;-)


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