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Post by CRAIG CARR » 09 Feb 2010 04:59

I have just heard the melody clearly to the "bathtub bomb" extinguisher song...the kid's lyrics were sung to a 1920's English and American popular song called " Whispering" ...does that help anyone recall the lyrics?

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Re: Laß mich dein Badewasser schlürfen

Post by nondescript handle » 10 Feb 2010 19:54

Laß mich dein Badewasser schlürfen

(Ach bitte...)

Lass mich dein Badewasser schlürfen,
einmal dich abfrottieren dürfen,
und deine Oberweite messen
und alle andern Frau'n vergessen(, vergessen)
lass mich dich einmal nur massieren
und deine Rippen dabei spüren,
für einen Kuss auf deine Sohlen
möcht' ich dein Pantoffel sein.

Lass mich auf Deinem Sofa ahlen,
lass mich doch deine Steuern zahlen,
lass mich doch deine Wimpern pinseln
vor deinem Himmelbettchen winseln(, ja winseln).
Lass mich dich Tag und Nacht verhätscheln
und deine schlanken Hüften tätscheln,
lass mich heut' Nacht dein Troubadour sein
und vor dir mich niederknien.

Lass mich doch deine Wäsche waschen,
von deinem Frühstücksteller naschen,
lass dir beim Gurgeln in den Mund seh'n
und deiner Seele auf den Grund geh'n, (ja Grund geh'n,)
lass deine Pfirsichhaut berühren
und dich im Mondschein pediküren,
lass dir ein Heialeidchen singen,
dass du süßer träumen kannst, süßer träumen kannst, träum' von mir...


HTH
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Re: Laß mich dein Badewasser schlürfen

Post by CRAIG CARR » 12 Feb 2010 22:24

Vielen Dank Mark! How nice to see the power of the Berliner Bear at work to find an impossible piece of my family's history. Ti dobre chelovek! as they say in Russian.. You are a Terrific person! What a surprise this is going to make! : ) And to think..I was told there was no such thing, and if it was..I would never ever be able to find it.ha ha!
they underestimate the power of kind members to be found at AHF! Thank you & AHF! / maches gute! CRAIG

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Re: Laß mich dein Badewasser schlürfen

Post by Ivan Ž. » 24 Feb 2010 13:15

As far as everyone was able to find out so far, the German lyrics were written after the war :?

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Falkland-Marsch

Post by DavidSJM » 27 Mar 2010 03:11

Does anyone have any information (that is, composer, date of composition) about "Falkland-Marsch?" There is a very nice (apparently postwar) recording of this march. I'd appreciate knowing the particular artist on that track. Presumably, the march commemorates the exploits of Admiral Graf Spee's squadron in the the South Atlantic in the Autumn of 1914. Though victorious at the Battle of Coronel, his squadron was subsequently destroyed by the British a few weeks later in the naval engagement, "the Battle of the Falklands."

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Re: Falkland-Marsch

Post by Ivan Ž. » 19 Sep 2010 11:15

Hello, David

The march is indeed a post-WWII recording - and composition. It was composed by Hermann Schäfer and recorded by his band, Die Wikinger, in the 1950s. Schäfer was a talented composer and musician who started his career already in the III Reich. I like this march too (notice that it features the tune "Es braust ein Ruf wie Donnerhall", from "Die Wacht am Rhein").

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Im Walde blüht die Haselnuß

Post by m1steelpot » 15 Nov 2010 06:18

I was able to get about 90% of the lyrics in the song, they are as follows:


Im Walde blüht die Haselnuss,
Mädchen das ich küsse,
Es braucht wenn du verschwiegen bist,
ein Mensch davon zu wissen.

Valderi, valdero, valderalla!
Valderi, valdero, valdera!
Es braucht wenn du verschwiegen bist,
ein Mensch davon zu wissen

Anna-Susanna, du........
Mädel, mein Mädel, die..... lieb
Heute dann spricht mir an dich
Anna-Susanna das Glück

Im Walde blüht die Haselnuss,
Mädchen das ich küsse.
Es braucht wenn du verschwiegen bist,
ein Mensch davon zu wissen.

Valderi, valdero, valderalla!
Valderi, valdero, valdera!
Es braucht wenn du verschwiegen bist,
ein Mensch davon zu wissen.

Anna-Susanna, der Mond scheint so hell,
Schatz an das küss(en?) berührst du wie schnell
Und schon vielleicht über's Jahr,
Werden der Beide ein Paar!

Im Walde blüht die Haselnuss,
Mädchen das ich küsse,
Es braucht wenn du verschwiegen bist,
ein Mensch davon zu wissen.

Valderi, valdero, valderalla!
Valderi, valdero, valdera!
Es braucht wenn du verschwiegen bist,
ein Mensch davon zu wissen!



Any help will be appreciated, I found the song on a CD by 11. Panzer-Grenadier Div. mit Chor
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Re: Im Walde blüht die Haselnuß

Post by Fallersleben » 15 Nov 2010 12:44

Im Walde blüht die Haselnuss,
Mädchen lass Dich küssen,
Es braucht wenn du verschwiegen bist,
kein Mensch davon zu wissen.

Valderi, valdero, valderalla!
Valderi, valdero, valdera!
Es braucht wenn du verschwiegen bist,
kein Mensch davon zu wissen

Anna-Susanna, du Herzensdieb,
Mädel, mein Mädel, dich hab' ich so lieb,
Heute verspricht mir Dein Blick,
Anna-Susanna das Glück.

Im Walde blüht die Haselnuss,
Mädchen lass Dich küssen,
Es braucht wenn du verschwiegen bist,
kein Mensch davon zu wissen.

Valderi, valdero, valderalla!
Valderi, valdero, valdera!
Es braucht wenn du verschwiegen bist,
kein Mensch davon zu wissen.

Anna-Susanna, der Mond scheint so hell,
Schatz an das Küssen gewöhnst Du Dich schnell,
Und schon vielleicht über's Jahr,
werden wir beide ein Paar!

Im Walde blüht die Haselnuss,
Mädchen lass Dich küssen,
Es braucht wenn du verschwiegen bist,
kein Mensch davon zu wissen.

Valderi, valdero, valderalla!
Valderi, valdero, valdera!
Es braucht wenn du verschwiegen bist,
kein Mensch davon zu wissen!

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Re: Im Walde blüht die Haselnuß

Post by m1steelpot » 15 Nov 2010 15:35

Thanks a bunch! I've been looking all over the internet for these.
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Post by lisvania » 25 Jun 2011 09:29

Hey I Love using this site for research and the like, but looking though the song's section I couldn't find (at least I THINK I couldn't find) this song. Any help with lyrics would be really appreciated

The song is entitled on this video as "Seelied" not sure if that's the actual title [Link to a nonsense neonazi video removed by the host, Ivan Ž.]

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Post by Simperator » 25 Jun 2011 16:21

Hi,

These are two songs, actually. After long listening and knowing that the first part wasn't German, I heard something of "Sacramento". So the first part is (sung in incredibly bad English) "The Banks of the Sacramento".

The second one was easier, as it is an actual German song: Heut' geht es an Bord.

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Re: Potpourri [Hamborger Veermaster - Heut' geht es an Bord]

Post by Ivan Ž. » 25 Jun 2011 21:00

This is a two-song medley, recorded by Luftwaffenmusikkorps 2 under Hauptmann Herbert Russek (long after WWII).

Medley2.jpg

The 1st song is not "The Banks of the Sacramento", but its German cover called "Hamborger Veermaster" (only the refrain is sung in English).

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Re: Potpourri [Hamborger Veermaster - Heut' geht es an Bord]

Post by lisvania » 26 Jun 2011 07:27

Thank You!

I was confused because I am certain no word exists such as Californio in the German language... never thought it was a mixed song though, interesting

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Re: Potpourri [Hamborger Veermaster - Heut' geht es an Bord]

Post by AliasDavid » 26 Jun 2011 19:34

Simperator wrote:So the first part is (sung in incredibly bad English) "The Banks of the Sacramento"
The verses are in "Plattdeutsch", the chorus is in bad English.
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Beim Tschingderassabum

Post by V1Oliver » 25 Aug 2012 22:56

Anyone has the lyrics of the song Beim Tschingderassabum?
Thanks

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0WLNb68EW9A

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