I am looking for the lyrics to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ikcmCBKXa5g However, I have come up dry at all search results. I was wondering if anyone on here could give it a go in transcribing it. Even if it's just a few words, that would be excellent.
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That's actually not the right place for asking for transcriptions, but, well, as tomorrow is a national holiday in Germany:
Glück auf, Glück auf, Glück auf!
Steigt die Sonn‘ früh morgens xxxxxxxxx,
schreit der Kuckuck xxxxxxxxx,
springt der Hase fix am Waldrand auf
und die Rehlein durchs Gestrüpp,
wird der Rucksack hurtig aufgehuckt
und ein Lied klingt aus der Brust
in der würzigen Luft xxxxx gekuckt,
so ein Wandern ist e[ine] Lust.
Schritt im Schritt die Waldstraß' nauf
ein xxxxxxx xxxxxxxxxx
Heut geht’s frisch den Berg xxxx nauf.
Ihr Leut, ist das eine Freud!
Drum, ihr zünftigen Wandersleut,
nun kommt und wandert mit
durch das schöne Harzgebirg!
Das stärkt Herz und Gemüt.
Tralali tralala, tralalalala trala, tralalalala trala.
That's what I understood after about five times listening. There may be some mistakes or inaccurracies yet.
Language-wise the text is very close to standard German; just some very weak dialectal forms are used here and there.
Content-wise I think German popular/folk culture has seen higher peaks.
1) "aufgehuckt" is an interesting word here. I needed quite a time to get it, as this is not in general use. However, we still have "huckepack" for carrying something on your back. "Hucke" should be a wooden device to carry something on your back, used in agriculture (in the pre-machine era).
2) A more typical place for asking for lyrics would be https://musicfans.stackexchange.com