The FreeTranslation website renders this song title in English as "sex and it will take a taxi," which is close enough for most people, and probably a bit too close for the censor. A fuller translation from another source gives:
Sex and the taxi takes me brings me to move the cider Therefore, the road will take Sun For a taste of bubbling suukkoo Sex and the taxi will take, sun on your club get drunk...
The girls may not have been drunk when they sang this, but the same probably cannot be said for of Casten Sipi (alias Ilkka Vainio) when he wrote the lyrics; the music is credited to Risto Asikainen.
"Seksi Vie Ja Taksi Tuo" was released in 1999 backed by "Liikaa"; it runs to 3 minutes 38 seconds; there is also a "Funky Duck Remix," which runs to 4 minutes 24 seconds, which is probably no more bizarre than the video the girls made for the song in which they are kidnapped by a couple of heavies and stuffed in the trunk of a car.
In 2008, the song's title was hijacked for a TV series.
Suggestion credit: Alexander Baron - London, England, for all above
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