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Old 09.12.2017, 12:58 PM   #73
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ok, so I still don't really understand the rules here, but I'll give it another try. And I'll do it with European songs. You will never hear them on the radio, and nor do I cuz I never listen to Dutch German or French radio anymore.

1. GERMAN:
Wir Sind Helden - Aurélie
love this song, the music fools you, lyrics are wonderful especially for German language.

2. FRENCH:
Les Rita Mitsouko - Marcia Baila
Best French band besides Serge Gainsbourg, this song reminds me of childhood holidays

3. DUTCH:
André Hazes - De Vlieger
when Dutch people are drunk, they sing Andre Hazes songs. Senior, that is. He's dead, Junior is a total douchbag (and his sister too btw) who's only famous because of his daddy

oh let me add one more, also Dutch but you should know this one:
Bettie Serveert - Palomine
even after hearing it a gazillion times, it still gives me the shivers
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