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Sinterklaasje, bonne, bonne, bonne (English translation)

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Sinterklaasje, bonne, bonne, bonne

Sinterklaasje, bonne, bonne, bonne.
Gooi wat in mijn lege, lege tonne.
Gooi wat in mijn laarsje!
Dank u, Sinterklaasje!
 
Sinterklaasje, bonne, bonne, bonne.
Gooi wat in mijn lege, lege tonne.
Gooi wat in mijn laarsje!
Dank u, Sinterklaasje!
 
Sinterklaasje, bonne, bonne, bonne.
Gooi wat in mijn lege, lege tonne.
Gooi wat in mijn laarsje!
Dank u, Sinterklaasje!
 
Submitted by SaintMarkSaintMark on Sat, 08/04/2017 - 18:58
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Dear, dear, dear Saint Nicholas

Dear, dear, dear Saint Nicholas
Throw something in my empty, empty barrel
Throw something in my boot!
Thank you, Saint Nicholas!
 
Dear, dear, dear Saint Nicholas
Throw something in my empty, empty barrel
Throw something in my boot!
Thank you, Saint Nicholas!
 
Dear, dear, dear Saint Nicholas
Throw something in my empty, empty barrel
Throw something in my boot!
Thank you, Saint Nicholas!
 
Thanks!
thanked 3 times

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Submitted by sodiumforsaltytimessodiumforsaltytimes on Tue, 27/03/2018 - 13:59
Added in reply to request by Zarina01Zarina01
Author's comments:

Bonne isn't an original Dutch word, it probably comes from French where it means "good". Since that particular word is said so much in this song, it implies the meaning of "very good"/"dear"

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