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Tuesday, May 31, 2011

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"Over the Hills and Far Away"

"Over the Hills and Far Away" is a traditional English song, dating back to at least the late 17th century. The words have changed over the years, as can be seen in the versions below. The only consistent element in early versions is the title line and the tune.

Here's 40 Euro's up your bum
for those who want equalibrium
to sign up for the bailouts today
over the hill and far away

O'er the Hills and O'er the Main,
To Irleland, Greece Portugal and Spain,
Van Rumpuy commands and we'll obey
Over the Hills and far away.

click here to hear the song by John Tams(sharp)version.

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