"Dogs Were Barking" as written by Eliot Ferguson, Eugene Hutz, Oren Kaplan, Yuri Lemeshev, Sergey Ryabstev and Rea Mochiach....
Dogs were barking, guests were parking
And my wedding was about to start
Dogs were barking, monkeys clapping
Then I got up on table and I said:
I'll meet you 10:45 on the Broadway Canal
In a disco-radical-transglobal
Comanja cooking up the original mixtura
S ulitzy do ulitzy the brilliant bassura
Papa v Gogol Bordello!!!
Energija probuzdenija I ja!!!
Dogs were barking, monkeys clapping
Bears were dancing and girls were cutting loose
Cops were lurking, kids were snarkling
Then her father came up to me and said:
Vi bivali kogda nibud na vistavke sobak?
She was a 5-45, nashe delo tabak...
Da ja zge starij dobrij Opta-Hotza-Htzulo-Dzigit!
Govorjat prosto blolnoi, tak nichego zge ne bilit!
Papa v Gogol Bordello!!!
Energija probuzdenija I ja!!!
Remember things that are eternal
Eternal things...you forgot those things
Nelzja ponjat, nelzja izmerit,
Tolko prostzat, I tolko vvis!
To make it all even more crooked
Is impossibility of a suicide
You pull the trigger, yet you are still standing
Just somewhere else, but with same dick in your hand

now dub it tovarisch, like tovarisch would

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"Dogs Were Barking" as written by Eugene Hutz Eliot Ferguson

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    General Commentthat's amusing that these lines

    nasha mama - diaspora,
    nash papa v gogol bordello
    (our mum is our diaspora,
    our dad is in gogol bordello)

    is the changed version of the lines from one well-known song of russian rock-band "kino" that was very famous in the 80s
    but there were these lines:

    mama - anarchiya,
    papa - stakan portveina

    (our mum is anarchy,
    our dad is a glass of wine)-which is also very close to GB
    nadich126on December 29, 2007   Link

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