Saturday, June 13, 2009

Songfest on a Rainy Day

It's a rainy day, the kind of rainy day that inspires creativity. So I'm going to share some song lyrics with you and I hope you'll sing along. These lyrics are easy if you speak Polish. If you don't, you'll have yourself a good laugh anyway. The tune we're going to sing along to is, "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands". Ready? Here we go...

She's got the Pole world, on her tree.
She's got the Pole world, on her tree.
She's got the Pole world, on her tree,
She's got the Pole world on her tree!

She has Mizeras and Bobers, as her kin,
She has Lisowskis and Adamskis, as her kin,
She has Furmans and Lipas, as her kin,
She has the Pole world on her tree!

She has Laskas and Kolasczs, as her kin,
She has Rzegockis and Halenskas, as her kin,
She has Partykas and Fierons, as her kin,
She has the Pole world on her tree!

She has Lanuchas and Kitryses, as her kin,
She has Wegrzyns and Galases, as her kin,
She has Kubons and Liszkas, as her kin,
She has the Pole world on her tree!

She has Gasaskis and Tureks, as her kin,
She has Barans and Moleckis, as her kin,
She has Opielas and Palkas, as her kin,
She has the Pole world on her tree!

She's got the Pole world, on her tree.
She's got the Pole world, on her tree.
She's got the Pole world, on her tree,
She's got the Pole world on her tree!

Today's songfest was inspired by Bill West who has created The First Great Genea-Bloggers' Just Make Up Some Lyrics Challenge! If you'd like to participate, and I hope you will, here are the rules:

1. Set the names of your ancestors to the music of any song. It can be any number of names, any song. Just remember to mention what song you are using so we can all sing along as we read!

2. Publish your efforts on your blog and send Bill the link (Email:BillWest48@gmail.com). If you don't have a blog then leave them as a comment for Bill on his blog.

2. Dead line is June 30th. He'll publish the final list on his blog on the 4th of July!

8 comments:

  1. You bet your dupa you've got a hit on your hands!!

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  2. Snicker...that is too funny.

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  3. Well, my sibilants are in pretty good shape so I think I did a passable job of singing it. My family thought I was crazy, though.

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  4. The song was even more fun when I let Odiogo read it to me! LOL!

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  5. I loved listening to to, too! This is just great.

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