Sunday, 29 November 2009

Lick me in the ass fine well and clean?

Along the lines of the Roman Poetry episode we find none other than Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

Mr Mozart died in 1791. His missus sent some manuscripts to some publishers after his death to be adapted for publication. The publisher changed the lyrics from "Leck mich im Arsch", or "Lick me in the arse", to "Laßt froh uns sein", or "Let us be glad".

APPARENTLY this song was for the shits and giggles of it for him and his mates to be sung at parties at his place. There were three parts. Kinda like how you do "Row, row, row your boat" with alternating start times.

Here the audio. Sing along, if you can.

Leck mich im arsch g'schwindi, g'schwindi!
Leck im arsch mich g'schwindi.
Leck mich, leck mich,

In Englich...umm...English:

Lick me in the arse quickly, quickly!
Lick my arse quickly
Lick me, lick me,

In case anyone cares, here's the "Let us be glad" alternative.

Let us be glad!
Grumbling is in vain!
Growling, droning is in vain,
is the true bane of life,
Droning is in vain,
Growling, droning is in vain, in vain!
Thus let us be cheerful and merry, be glad!

It seems that Mr Mozart and his friends got VERY drunk one night and came up with an alternative, fortunately for us: Leck mir den Arsch fein recht schön sauber, or Lick me in the ass fine well and clean. As you do.

Leck mire den arsch recht schon,
fein sauber lecke ihn,
fein sauber lecke, leck mire den arsch
Das ist ein fettigs Begehren,
nur gut mit Butter geschmiert,
den das Lecken der Braten mein tagliches Thun.
Drei lecken mehr als Zweie,
nur her, machet die Prob'
und leckt, leckt, leckt.
Jeder leckt sein arsch fur sich.


Lick my ass nicely,
lick it nice and clean,
nice and clean, lick my ass.
That's a greasy desire,
nicely buttered,
like the licking of roast meat, my daily activity.
Three will lick more than two,
come on, just try it,
and lick, lick, lick.
Everybody lick his own ass himself.

NO WONDER he called them K.223/382d


  1. I'll never hear Mozart again without thinking about ass licking.

  2. Man, what did you search for to discover this little gem of enlightenment ? :p

  3. I just knew there was a reason I never listened to classical composers of any sort.....
    Lol.... what a sick mofo!!!

  4. I can't help but sing the first one to the tune of "Hit me with your rhythm stick"

  5. Ha! I put it to the same tune!

  6. Just a thought Faded you'd rather stick with good clean fun like NIN's lyric 'I want to fuck you like an animal'???

    Funny stuff Moko. Had no idea that little ditty existed. Though I did know that Mozart was a crude little boy at heart. May I suggest the film 'Amadeus' for shits and giggles? People are often shocked that he was a self-obsessed naughty little boy.

  7. Someones got too much time on his hands methinks!

  8. Chaz, fo sho.

    I think the thing about these people having these little ... idiosyncrases ... is that it's like some hidden undercurrent of your perception of them. You're taught to think Mozart was an amazing composer, which he was, but they leave out the human details.

  9. This is the secret message that goes back and forth between Sarah Palin and her admirers.

  10. rofl About the truth of it.

  11. For completeness' sake it's worth pointing out that 'Leck mich in Arsch' is a fairly common German profanity, similar in intent to 'Go fuck yourself' but with more contempt, if possible.

    I always had the idea that this is what Luther was supposed to have said to the devil when the two met, but via google I find that a) it is attributed to Frederick III regarding the pope when the latter demanded he surrender Luther and b) is goes more along the lines that if he (the pope) wants that, then "er kann mich im Arsch lecken". Though it should be pointed out that this itself may have been a literary allusion.

    Germans are fond of such literary allusions, because it places blame for the profanity on the origianl author who is largely immune to accusations of crudity. SO there you go

  12. There I go. Interesting mate.

  13. For no particular reason I opened a book about human rights law this morning randomly on the chapter about the Nuremburg trials. It turns out the senior Nazi (starting with Göring) defendants gave "Leck mich im Arsch" as their only response to cross-examination. At least to start with - they ended up getting really into the proceedings, the way most people act up when pushed onto a stage. But that's another story again.

  14. Rofl Why doesn't that surprise me.


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