Mandom, mod och morske män

Mandom, mod och morske män

Richard Dybeck's song, also known as Orsamarsch, in the version from Ny Visbok af B. C., 1893, from Dybeck's Collected Writings.

Mandom, mod och morske män
Still available in old Sweden,
Power in the arm and power in the bosom,
Youthful warmth in the bar alarm.
Eyes blue,
From time to time
Smile in flower valleys there!
North, giant of the earth,
North, sweet home of the heart!

Toner than of yesteryear
Sound there in forest and valley,
Wild as a storm at sea,
Mild as a sigh on the graph.
Then listen,
Friends, on
Native, centuries-old song!
Listen, honey, learn it,
Sing, sing the same song!

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