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Danish birthday songs

Here are some Danish songs used to wish people a happy birthday.

I dag er det

I dag er det [name]s fødselsdag
Hurra, hurra, hurra!
han/hun sikkert sig en gave får
som han/hun har ønsket sig i år
med dejlig chokolade og kager til.

Hvor smiler han/hun hvor er han/hun glad
Hurra, hurra, hurra!
men denne dag er også rar
for hjemme venter mor og far
med dejlig chokolade og kager til.

Og når han/hun hjem fra skole(/arbejde) går
Hurra, hurra, hurra!
så skal han/hun hjem og holde fest
og dem, som kommer med som gæst
får dejlig chokolade og kager til.

Til slut/sidst vi råber højt i kor:
Hurra, hurra, hurra!
Gid [name] længe leve må
og sine ønsker opfyldt få
med dejlig chokolade og kager til.

Translation

Today it is [name]'s birthday
Hurray, hurray, hurray!
He/she probably recieves a present
that he/she has wished for this year
with lovely chocolate and cakes.

How he/she smiles how he/she is happy
Hurray, hurray, hurray!
But this day is also nice
because at home waits mom and dad
with lovely chocolate and cakes.

And when he/she comes home from school(/work)
Hurray, hurray, hurray!
He/she is going to have a party
and the guests who are attending
will have nice chocolate and cakes.

At last we will sing loudly in choir:
Hurray, hurray, hurray!
May [name] live long
and have his/her wishes come true
with lovely chocolate and cakes.

Another birthday song

[Name] har fødselsdag
og det har han/hun jo
og det er i dag.
[name] har fødselsdag
og det har han/hun jo i dag.
Og hør nu her, hvordan vi alle spille vil
Og hør nu her, hvordan vi spille vil
[imitation of a pre-decided instrument to the melody of the song]

Translation

[Name] has birthday
and so he/she has
and it is today.
[name] has birthday
and so he/she has today.
And listen here, how we will all play
And listen here, how we will play
[instrumental imitation]

Information provided by Christian Munk

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