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Rasa wrote:Hey! And I have one great song by Skyforgers, only I didn't know the band until today. It's called "Migla migla rasa rasa (fog fog dew dew)" The first time I heard it on the midsummers's night somewhere in the woods I was sitting on the grass with my friend Miglė watching rituals and listening to the songs. We thought, wow they have a special song for both of us - Miglė and Rasa (fog and dew)! And the atmosphere seemed to be magic - it was a starry night, a big fire in the middle, hundreds of torches around us, candles floating in the lake like stars in the sky and we were wearing wreaths of flowers and grass as usual that we made ourselves in the meadow so that's how I fell in love with this song.
reegs wrote:i don't like pirates.
I have just heard about this song from my Estonian friends. They got to know that in Hungarian kurva means the same as in Latvian, so it reminded them about this Latvian song:
What are they exactly singing about? What is the message of the song? (I guess it's not simply saying "Fucking Estonians" if it means it at all)
Yeah, we have already discussed it in the Estonian forum. This is actually a parody and self-critics about Estonia not Latvia.
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