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Czech birthday songs

Here's Czech song used to wish people a happy birthday.

Štěstí, zdraví

Štěstí, zdraví, štěstí zdraví, hlavně to zdraví!
Štěstí, zdraví, štěstí zdraví, hlavně to zdraví!
Do sta let, do sta let, ať žije [name], do sta let, do sta let, ať žije nám!
Do sta let, do sta let, ať žije [name], do sta let, do sta let, ať žije nám!
Štěstí, zdraví, štěstí zdraví, hlavně to zdraví!
Štěstí, zdraví, štěstí zdraví, hlavně to zdraví!

Translation

Good luck, health and happiness, especially good health!
Good luck, health and happiness, especially good health!
For a hundred years, for a hundred years old, may [name] live to be a hundred, live for a hundred years old
For a hundred years, for a hundred years old, may [name] live to be a hundred, live for a hundred years old
Good luck, health and happiness, especially good health!
Good luck, health and happiness, especially good health!

Information provided by Jan Jurčík

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