Chachkes I'm collecting on my adventures in Minsk.
The ultimate old lady music video of the Former Soviet Union by Serduchka.
amazing. and terrifying.
WHAAAAAAT was THAT??? please tell me that song is all over minsk right now. please tell me that everyone has that song as their cell phone ring, and you hear it on busses. or maybe thats just in israel...what does the song mean?? kinda sounds like they're saying "synagogue" at one point, or am in just imagining? i'm sending this blog to everyone I know.
I didn't know Minsk could party like that! I could make out some of the words "gop gop gop...ah mee dahntsooyeem" (gop gop gop...and we are dancing)
what sounds like "synagogue" in the song?(hmm..thats interesting) U are right, Sarah, though-its heard all over Israel on cell phones,etc.BTW Verka Serduchka is Ukrainian, not Belarussian. That was a Ukrainian/Malorussian feast depicted in the clip. I just felt it was important to note that.The chorus itself is in Ukrainian: Nikhto mene ni lyube(no one loves me), nikhto ne prilaskaye(no one is nice?), vidu ya u...ghop ghop ghop chi di ghop, i ya spivayu(and I sing), ghop ghop ghop chi di ghop, i ya tansyuyu(and I dance), ghop ghop ghop chi di ghop, ya veselo spivayu(and I joyously sing)...
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