Pierre Rausch

Rookie (24.01.1982 / Luxembourg)

Hurry up


I want to say

jing-jing fes-kars telom dodje harsim dekstje
djong ta hellodje, jong tjo sekjo fesdtra-sa
songo hesta müdjü, heisto moistjon maj mogo

I don't want to say

Hurry up, your sister screams, wake you out a letter dream
Pack your luggage, shut the cloth, suit the suitcase with a rose
Is this a public tray, so why T-shirts say
Fond formed glue, is proud of all, of all you do
Hurry up, your sister shoots, makes it out a T-shirt blue

Pack your luggage, suit your cloth
Shut the suitcase with a rose
Shut the baggage, (thresh) hold up to both
Give it up skotje load

Hurry up, your sister shouts, is pleased of any scoop
Hurry up, your sister means, wake you out a better dream
Fond formed glue, is pleased of all you do
Hurry up, your sister shoots, shakes it out an impeccable blue
Hurry up, hurry up and don't pull out all the stops

heisdja de mog je daja hoy
heisdja de moj dje sa hui

Submitted: Thursday, August 08, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, August 28, 2013

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