From Russia with Love

Americans Believe Putin More Than Hillary Clinton, That’s Why She LOST!

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Katyusha

Apple trees and pear trees went into blooming,
River mists began a floating flow,
She came out and went ashore, Katyusha!
On the lofty bank, on the steeply shore.

She came out and sang she song about
Her young friend, the bluish eagle from steppe
All about the one she dearly loved,
The one whose letters she treasured and kept.

Hey, a song, the song of the young girl,
Fly and go after the bright Sun,
Find a soldier on the distant borderlands
Say hello from Katya waiting long for him.

Let him remember the young and simple maiden,
Let him hear the song she now sings,
Let him protect his Motherland for sure,
And their love Katyusha will protect.

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Cossacks Never Say Die!

Sometimes we get fed up
But there are good things in life too
That’s how we go on

Baby!!
Never mind.
Never say die!

We deceive each other
Sometimes, don’t we?
Your reflection in the mirror
Must know

When I looked up
I floated up into space
The blue sky goes on forever
Which way to tomorrow?

Even when you’re feeling down
Because you did what you were supposed to
And it still didn’t work

Baby!!
Never mind.
Never say die!

No good can come
Of being gullible
With people who will trick you
But I can’t change

I began to want to cling to God
So I threw a coin in an offering box

It is all right!

Sometimes we get fed up
But there are good things in life too
That’s how we go on

Baby!!
Never mind.
Never say die!

When I’m exhausted and fall asleep
I can take my mind off things, but…

Sometimes
You lose sight once again
Of what you’re supposed to do
And stop and think

But! Baby!!
Never mind.
Never say…

Sometimes we get fed up
But there are good things in life too
That’s how we go on

Baby!!
Never mind.
Never say die!

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1 Comment on From Russia with Love

  1. Jonathan Trainor // December 31, 2016 at 5:04 pm // Reply

    Don’t mean to insult Putin, but I have more respect and esteem for Putin than for Obama! That’s the truth.

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