Can Anyone Help with the Lithuanian Kids Song "Vita Vita Koosha"?

Aly wrote asking for help with a song…

"I’m in desperate need for the words to a Lithuanian children’s song ; vita vita koosha. Can you help?

Thank you so much!"

If anyone can help with this song, please share any info in the comments below. We’d welcome the Lithuanian lyrics and/or a translation.


Mama Lisa

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2 Responses to “Can Anyone Help with the Lithuanian Kids Song "Vita Vita Koosha"?”

  1. zivile silgalis Says:

    Vire, vire kosia (phonetically) vi(like vim-no m,) re(ray-no y)
    ko(core-no re) she (shed-no d)
    vyrai atsilose vee-rye ott-si(sill-no ll) low-she
    (shed-no d)
    tam dave (4 times) tom dah-ve(vet, no t)
    o tam, nieko nebeliko! oh, tom, kneeyeah-ko-
    ne(net, no t)-be(bet, no t)-lick-oh.
    (tickle the child)
    This is a children’s finger game. Take the child’s hand, stir your finger in the palm as you say the first line–it means “cooking, cooking porridge”. the second line, you push back the child’s fingers, saying “the men are sitting back.” Then point to the thumb, saying “that one got some”, then the next and so on til you get to the pinkie and thenk you say, “and for this one, nothing was left” and tickle wherever it will make the child laugh.

  2. Lisa Says:

    Thank you zivile silgalis! -Mama Lisa

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