A daily mish-mash of stuff, fluff and nonsense
Some words, that is not part of the lyrics, even sounds Norwegian. But I can't tell for sure...
It's all in English, Geordie English.
Yes, but Norwegian is a singing language... that's the reason why I disconnect from the 'english'. What is the blond saying in Geordie between 1:51 and 1:57 ? Thank you, anyway.
That confused me too, Porker.Oy a hamma awa here.If you have one of those new-fangled Twitter accounts you could ask them yourself ...http://twitter.com/MayArcade... and then maybe let me know what she's singing. :)
It's actually:"Hoy a hamma awa here & wey aye man"hoy a hamma awa... no bell is ringing...
As a geordie I think i can clear this up. Its a bad geordie pun."What does a chinese geordie joiner say", "Hoy a hammer awa here".i.e can you pass me your hammer please.And Whey aye man, is just a geordie response. As in of course I will
Cheers for that Anonymous!
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