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Lela Pala Tute

Have you seen the The Pied Piper of Hützovina? At least watch this scene I’ve got from Youtube:

Dm……………………………….Gm…………………………………………………….A

lela, lela, lela-lela pala tute, jas kana meres , meres anda late!!!!

Dm……………………………….Gm……………………………………………………..A

lela, lela, lela-lela pala tute, jas kana meres , meres anda late!!!!

( here…just drift along as much as u like 🙂 do it while strumming on A)

piravel o burcha- galbenie papucha, piravel o burcha-burcha ande kor

and again

and again

take a shot of vodka

grab your guitar

use your gypsy voicing

and have another shot…to sunrise 🙂

Is it better? Like this:

Dm………………………………………………………….Gm…………………………………………

take her, take her, take her- take her for yourself, if you really love her,

……………………….A

then you die for her !!!

Very romantic, don’t you think ?

DmChordGmChordAChord

Original version in like this. Also transposed version Am Dm E sounds fine, actually this youtube version is more like this

6 comments

  1. Yes, I love this clip. And the song. Do you have a translation for “piravel o burcha- galbenie papucha, piravel o burcha-burcha ande kor”?

    Especially the words “burcha” and “kor”…


  2. “galbeni papucha” is “yellow slippers”

    I don’t know “burcha”

    also , last line sounds to me like “pasha ande kor”

    “pasha” = “beside, along side, close to”

    in Kalderas, “Kor” is “neck” It could be something else in Ukrainian Romani, though.


  3. in some versions Hutz sings “galben ande kor” “gold against the neck” (wearing a golden chain))


  4. “Pasha” is not a word, it is a name. The synonym of the english name Paul. And “Gucha” is also a name.


  5. phiravel o Gucha galbena papuchi
    a e kirvi Pasha e galbi ande kor

    Gucha wears yellow shoes
    And Pasha wears golden chain

    And “lela pala tute jas kana meres meres pala late” means something like “marry her if you truly love her”

    That’s the whole song



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