Re: Ong Rokbeigalmki (A Rokbeigalmki Chant)
|Date:||Saturday, October 2, 1999, 21:02|
On Thu, 30 Sep 1999, FFlores wrote:
> So, didn't you hear the song? I heard that it was only used in some
> countries, not in others. In the version I heard (all the time) it was
> clearly /a'le/. Maybe it was meant to be _allez_ but I suspect it was
> only there to fill the chorus. The song itself was hideous -- imagine
> hearing /a'le a'le a'le/ every five minutes for weeks... (Plus I just
> hate Latino singers that sing in the USA, in English, Spanish and 'Miamish'
> at the same time! :)
>It made little impact here. Soccer in NZ is a very minor sport. Our
national side, the All Whites, has about the same level of playing skill
as the Argentine Rugby team - possibly less. The Rugby world cup has just
started in Wales and I know I'm going to have to do my darnedest to avoid
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