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Lore, Lore, Lore lyrics

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Lore, Lore, Lore

Im Wald, im grünen Walde,
Da steht ein Försterhaus.
Im Wald, im grünen Walde,
Da steht ein Försterhaus.
Da schauet jeden Morgen,
So frisch und frei von Sorgen,
Des Försters Töchterlein heraus,
Des Försters Töchterlein heraus.
 
Ta-ra-la-la, ta-ra-la-la,
Des Försters Töchterlein so frisch heraus.
 
Ta-ra-la-la, ta-ra-la-la,
Des Försters Töchterlein heraus.
 
Lore, Lore, Lore, Lore,
Schön sind die Mädchen
Von siebzehn, achtzehn Jahr'.
Lore, Lore, Lore, Lore,
Schöne Mädchen gibt es überall.
 
Und kommt der Frühling in das Tal,
Grüß mir die Lore noch einmal,
Ade, ade, ade!
 
Und kommt der Frühling in das Tal,
Grüß mir die Lore noch einmal,
Ade, ade, ade!
 
Der Förster und die Tochter,
Die schossen beide gut.
Der Förster und die Tochter,
Die schossen beide gut.
Der Förster schoss das Hirschlein,
Die Tochter traf das Bürschlein
Tief in das junge Herz hinein,
Tief in das junge Herz hinein.
 
Ta-ra-la-la, ta-ra-la-la,
Tief in das junge, junge Herz hinein.
 
Ta-ra-la-la, ta-ra-la-la,
Tief in das junge Herz hinein.
 
Lore, Lore, Lore, Lore,
Schön sind die Mädchen
Von siebzehn, achtzehn Jahr'.
Lore, Lore, Lore, Lore,
Schöne Mädchen gibt es überall.
 
Und kommt der Frühling in das Tal,
Grüß mir die Lore noch einmal,
Ade, ade, ade!
 
Und kommt der Frühling in das Tal,
Grüß mir die Lore noch einmal,
Ade, ade, ade!
 
Thanks!
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Submitted by NyQuilNyQuil on 2016-12-01
Last edited by NyQuilNyQuil on 2022-11-15

 

Comments
CoopysnoopyCoopysnoopy    Thu, 01/12/2016 - 13:51

Video deleted because of Nazi symbols (illegal in Germany).

Natur ProvenceNatur Provence    Thu, 06/12/2018 - 07:22

Gut gemeinte, aber völlig überflüssige Aktion. Ist LT eine deutsche Seite? Ist das inkriminierte Video damit überall gelöscht? Coopy, schreib' Deine Bedenken auch an YouTube, dann wird ein Schuh draus.

NyQuilNyQuil    Thu, 01/12/2016 - 15:40

Mad world with silly rules, sometimes I want to leave it ...

CoopysnoopyCoopysnoopy    Fri, 02/12/2016 - 07:28

I am happy to live in a country where the ugly symbols of a big criminal organisation who killed - amongst others - 27 millions of Russians - is forbidden.
Have a nice day.

NyQuilNyQuil    Fri, 02/12/2016 - 08:55

Doubly happy that I'm not minded symbolically, and that I do not live in the country - my home on planet earth, by the way, this is a normal symbol, I think is criminal to call something a crime just like that.
Nobody's fault that Hitler chose this symbol for his regime, and the people journeyed to kill and die killed by their own stupidity, on the orders of those in power.
I did not mean to hurt you, I wish that decisions were reasonable, that would have understood me.
It is difficult to communicate through on Google Translate.
I hope I do not admits many mistakes?)
Have a nice day.

BlackSea4everBlackSea4ever    Sat, 16/02/2019 - 18:19

It isn't true that it's nobody's fault for hitler's crimes - it took many people to commit these atrocities. That's why in USA it takes ordinary people to stand up to Trump and voice that what he does on Mexican border is fascist and unacceptable.

Yuri von ChervonogradYuri von Chervonograd    Sat, 16/02/2019 - 17:35

Those who win the war make a history... My grand mother lived in "Soviet Union". She said when Germans came they didn't execute no one in village, made a field hospital where locals could go for exchange of little gifts like eggs or milk. Gave to kids chocolate. When savage soviets came back Germans told them to leave village and go to the forest. Soviets burned village and started to bombard forest with the artillery, shelling on civilians who tried to flee. Savages raped and killed their own people. That busted stats!

BlackSea4everBlackSea4ever    Sat, 16/02/2019 - 18:14

What bullshit is this? My mother's family of 13 along with too many others were buried alive in a Ukrainian village.
Next thing you will deny concentration camps and torture and extermination of people!
Shame on you!

JadisJadis    Sat, 16/02/2019 - 18:42

I also find the idea of German soldiers making a hospital and giving Soviet kids chocolate very particular. The Soviets might have been savage, but the Nazis were certainly no angels, and they burnt a considerable quantity of villages in Bielorussia, Ukraine and Russia.

My mother told me that, towards the end of the war, some people used to give sweets to the German soldiers in Alsace, and they would eat them together with the wrapping paper because they were so terribly hungry. But that was later...

FreigeistFreigeist    Fri, 02/12/2016 - 15:03

I don't like that type of songs either,
but there is a video without Nazi symbols available.

CoopysnoopyCoopysnoopy    Fri, 02/12/2016 - 15:18

Dann hat die liebe Seele Ruh'.

Natur ProvenceNatur Provence    Thu, 06/12/2018 - 17:27

Thank you for your question.
May be that Lore (what is a women's name, abbreviation of Lorelei or Hannelore) was a soldiers' song in former times, but the wording has nothing to do with war or soldiers. Its only a song of men who have a desire for young women and this in the romantic context of a forest like the Black Forest. Therefore I propose to replace your video by this one, which shows a typical house of the Black Forest: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XA6D_aBnJnU

Natur ProvenceNatur Provence    Thu, 06/12/2018 - 18:06

Thanks. You know all songs as well as signs or symbols may be misused, you remember perhaps Donald Trumps inauguration and other shows where songs were played without the consent of the holders of Copyrights. These german folk songs (see also here: https://lyricstranslate.com/de/heino-schwer-mit-den-schätzen-lyrics.html ) were not intended to be sung be soldiers, especially not of such of the (Nazi-)Wehrmacht. Its a part of history that they were sung and misused but we must not prolong such abuse.

JadisJadis    Sat, 16/02/2019 - 18:08

I think the Americans turned the chorus ("Lore, Lore, Lore, Lore") into "Glory, Glory, Hallelujah" (or was it the contrary ?)
 
And Mireille Mathieu sang "Glory, Glory, Halleluyah" ... in German again.

JadisJadis    Sat, 16/02/2019 - 18:36

I think that it's too close to be a mere coincidence.

And when I was young, I used to sing :

"M'sieur, vot' bébé il a un rhume sur la poitrine" (x3)
Trempez-le dans l'camphre et dans l'alcool...

Glory, glory, halleluyah, etc.

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