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Donīt Know Much About History
Parody. Tune & original lyrics: "Wonderful World", by Sam Cooke, Lou Adler & Herb Alpert 1958

Wonderful World - external link to original song. On the page, click on the lower button to listen.

Donīt know much about history,
Donīt know much archaeology,
Donīt know much about the Edda book,
Donīt remember which runes I took,
But I do know Iīm Asatru,
And I know that if you too are trú,
What a wonderful world this would be.

Donīt know much etymology,
To me Old Norse is a mystery,
Donīt know how to do seidh for you,
Don't know how to make mead and brew,
But I do know Iīm Asatru,
And I know that if you too are trú,
What a wonderful world this would be.

Đ 2006 Michaela Macha

 

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