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No Molotoff
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Early 1940's. Finnish post card

Song by Matti Jurva
Lyrics by Tatu Pekkarinen
Sung by Matti Jurva

Happily singing Ivan went to war
but after come into the Mannerheim Line,
the tune changing into more sadly,
as we will hear now:

Finlandia, Finlandia,
Ivan was going to there again.
When Molotoff promised, that everything will be OK soon,
and tomorrow in Helsinki we will eat a ice-cream.
No Molotoff, No Molotoff,
you tell more lies than himself Bobrikoff.

Finlandia, Finlandia,
Mannerheim Line was a ruthless barrier.
When angry firing started from Karelia,
ended many Ivans' talkativeness.
No Molotoff, No Molotoff,
you tell more lies than himself Bobrikoff.

Finlandia, Finlandia,
Unbeatable Red Army be afraid of it.
And Molotoff said that look place for our cottages,
or else Finnish will grab us from our collar.
No Molotoff, No Molotoff,
you tell more lies than himself Bobrikoff.

Go behind Ural, go behind Ural,
there is a lot of place for Molotoff's cottage.
We will send there Stalins and their accomplices,
politruks1, commissars2 and Petrozavodsk's cheaters.
No Molotovff, No Molotovff,
you tell more lies than himself Bobrikoff.

1942

  1. Political instructor - the rank in the Red Army.
  2. Political comissar - the rank in the Red Army.
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