JUL SNAPSVISOR PDF

Find album credit information for Stora snapsvise: 99 snapsvisor för jul, midsommar & kräftskiva – Various Artists on AllMusic. Swedes love festivals and parties as they provide an excuse for their much loved snapsvisor (drinking songs) such as Helan Går (The Whole One Goes Down). ger dig sånghäften med snapsvisor till alla högtider, stora som små. Här hittar du en mängd snapsvisor för olika tillfällen som till julbordet.

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The whole one goes down Sing “hup fol-de-rol la la la la” The whole one goes down Sing “hup fol-de-rol la la” And he who doesn’t take the whole Doesn’t get the half one either The whole one goes down drink Sing “hup fol-de-rol la la” Usually two verses are sung.

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If you are not really into drinking songs do as IKEA do at their crayfish parties and put some Abba on and encourage everyone to sing along. The small frogs, the small frogs are funny to see. With a claw that is so good and a pearl yes, yes, all you gotta do, yes all you gotta do – is eat it. Although the parties themselves are very good, often in magical surroundings, I usually think jlu Swedes enjoy planning parties as much as the parties themselves!

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Most men stay as far away as possible.

This roughly translates as: In the s Swedes held a referendum on whether to ban the sale of alcohol, which was only narrowly defeated, and even today wine and spirits can only be bought from state run shops, which are few and far between and never open when you want them.

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You have probably got the idea now that the songs are really silly. Parties, such as crayfish parties and midsummer parties, are where the singing is at its most frentic and is always accommpanied by snaps.

The words are as appropriately silly as pretending to be a frog. It seems strange that alcohol plays such an important part in Swedish parties because Swedes have a strange juo with alcohol! Swedes love festivals and parties because they provide an excuse for drinking and singing.

If you like the site please help us to promote it and bring Swedish food to a bigger audience by following us on: The whole one goes down Sing “hup fol-de-rol la la la la” The whole one goes down Sing “hup fol-de-rol la la” And he who doesn’t take the whole Doesn’t get the half one either The whole one goes down.

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If you have got a Swedish friend to help you with the songs then make ju, of them when organising a party! John Duxbury Editor and Founder. Kou ack ack ack, kou ack ack ack, kou ack ack ack ack kaa. A snaps is a shot of juula traditional alcohol found in the Scandinavian countries, which has become an ingrained part of Swedish culture.

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If not, I recommend delegating the task to some jolly wordsmiths, but make sure that they use well known tunes that everyone can sing and short lyrics.

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DIY lyrics You have probably got the idea now that the songs are really silly. If you like the site please help us to promote it and bring Swedish food to a bigger audience by following us on:. Snaps Parties, such as crayfish parties and midsummer parties, are where the singing is at its most frentic and is always accommpanied by snaps.

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Have you got one, want to have two, and you get two, it is so that one would like, yes one would snapsviaor to have many more. John Duxbury Swedish Food. I recommend reading Colin Moon’s excellent article about alcohol in Sweden.

Swedish drinking songs Svenska snapsvisor Swedes love festivals and parties because they provide an excuse for drinking and singing. In the UK when we say cheers we often look down appreciatively at our own drink.