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Å dol'n går i gatum alt me sitt usle smor, å smor,
å dol'n går i gatum alt me sitt usle smor.
Kå vil du ha for smore ditt,
endå de æ så trått og kvitt?
Hei hopp kon faderilalala,
endå du æ ein dol.
Å tie skjelling morke, dæ ha e tenkt å få.
Dæ likovel eg byr de sju,
du får kje meir, det e kan tru.
Nei hopp kon faderilalala,
endå du æ ein dol.
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