A Folk Song from East Czech (Moravia).

"This is a happy song for dancing, but a sad song to sing." -Hana

Notes

Hana wrote, "It's possible to find more versions of the lyrics. For example in one version the 3rd verse is as follows…

Iba ten jeden neplakal,
Iba ten jeden neplakal
čo ju falošne, čo ju falošne,
iba ten jeden neplakal,
čo ju falošne miloval.

…all the young men were crying but one of them did not cry because he actually was not in love with her - it was only 'fake' love." -Hana

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Thanks and Acknowledgements

Many thanks to Sadao Mazuka for sharing this song with us! Translated by Lisa. Thanks to Hana for her help and comment!

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