Today's topic: folk songs, inspired by accounts of a recent risible brouhaha in Greece about 'obscene' folk songs (well, remember, the populace has no manners). As far as I know, Outposters have three folk songs:
a. The first one is about (embezzled? — I can't tell, I don't speak the lingo) money, naturally;
b. the second is in the local variety of Pig Latin, so even if I spoke the lingo… (there is also a version thereof in SOL: no luck here, either);
c. the third is sung by a woman with a woman's name as her surname and a surname as her name, which roughly goes like this: 'people tell you to comb your hair, but I like you all the same'.
(There is actually a rather sweet fourth one, on waiting for the spring to hang swings on trees…)