Bring Me Edelweiss

Album: Wonderful World of Edelweiss (1989)
Charted: 5
  • So
    when you really love me
    darling
    bring me Edelweiá

    So when you really love me you should bring me Edelweiá.

    Freibier! Oh yeah! Freibier! Oh yeah! That's the way we like it!

    So when you really love me
    darling
    bring me Edelweiá
    ...
    Woman
    I need some Austrian loving
    I know what it means

    I better start climbing for the dopest flower on the top of the
    mountain.
    I know what you want
    they don't grow the ground

    Hiking up North like Cooly C
    you see eye to eye
    We're picking the one and only flower that shows love
    As you look into my eyes
    so we can show it with Edelweiá.

    So when you really love me

    darling bring me Edelweiá
    ...

    Ruck-sack
    Rucksack!
    Last night the Förster saved my life!
    Last night a Freibier turned me round
    And round and down and down and down

    Round and round and down and down and down.

    So when you really love me
    You should bring me Edelweiá!
    Writer/s: BENNY GORAN BROR ANDERSSON, BJOERN K. ULVAEUS, STIG ANDERSON, M. GLETSCHERMAYER, WALTER WERZOWA
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Universal Music Publishing Group, AUSTRO-MECHANA GMBH
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