Sep 13, 2007

Mozart's Secret Composition

You may not believe this, but it is true that Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote a song tited "Lick me in the Ass". Mozart’s widow, Constanze Mozart, sent the manuscripts to publishers Breitkopf & Härtel in 1799, saying that they would need to be adapted for publication. So, the publisher changed the titles and lyrics to the more acceptable to - "Laßt froh uns sein" ("Let us be glad!"). The original, unbowdlerized manuscript and lyrics were discovered in 1991, with the manuscript for another Mozart work, "Leck mir den Arsch fein recht schön sauber" ("Lick me in the arse nice and clean", K233; K382d in the revised numbering), although later research has indicated that the latter composition is probably the work of Wenzel Trnka (1739-1791).

The lyrics goes like this:
Lick me in the ass!
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!

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