Ég veit ei hvad skal segja
Eg hugsa dag og nótt
Thad veldur stundum vanda
Ad vera eftirsótt!

Ég er svo ung og óreynd sál
Og eti í hug mér byr
Eg myndi kasta krónu
En their eru bara thrír

Hvernig get ég vitad hvad skal segja
Efi og vafi í sal mér byr
Ekki get ég kastad krónu
Um kærleikann thví ad their eru thrír!

Thad er hart ad thurfa ad segja
Vid thennan "já" eda "nei"
Ef ég elska thá alla, verd ég ad endingu piparmey!

Veit ei hvad skal segja
Eg held ég elski hann Jón
Hann dansar eins og engill
En ekur bíl sem flón

Hann hrytur eins og hrútur
Svo ég festi ei blund á brá
Thad sagdi mér hún mamm' hans
Hún mamma hans, svei mér thá!

Hvernig get ég vitad hvad skal segja
Efi og vafi í sal mér byr
Ekki get ég kastad krónu
Um kærleikann thví ad their eru thrír!

Thad er hart ad thurfa ad segja
Um thennan "já" eda "nei"
Ef ég elska thá alla, verd ég ad endingu piparmey!

Ég veit ei hvad skal segja
Eg held ég elski hann Geir
Hann hvíslar stundum "Heyrdu!"
En sídan aldrei meir!

Ég kysst' hann eitt kvöldid
Nei, hann kyssti mig, svei mér thá!
Thá hrópadi drengur hissa:
"Nei heyrdu! Ég rak mig á!"

Hvernig get ég vitad hvad skal segja
Efi og vafi í sal mér byr
Ekki get ég kastad krónu
Um kærleikann thví ad their eru thrír!

Thad er hart ad thurfa ad segja
Vid thennan "já" eda "nei"
Ef ég elska thá alla, verd ég ad endingu piparmey!

Ég veit ei hvad skal segja
Eg held ég elski hann Svein
Eg thori aldrei ad
Vera med honum ein

Hans atlot kveikja ástarbál
Svo undarlega heit
Thad segja thær Svana og Gunna
En ég sjálf veit ei meir!

Hvernig get ég vitad hvad skal segja
Efi og vafi í sal mér byr
Ekki get ég kastad krónu
Um kærleikann thví ad their eru thrír!

Thad er hart ad thurfa ad segja
Vid thennan "já" eda "nei"
Ef ég elska thá alla, verd ég ad endingu piparmey!


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