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Hey, some time ago I found a great yiddish song "Hanukkah Driidal" and I'd love to know the lyrics. I was looking for them, though I haven't found it anywhere on the internet. I'd really appreciate it if someone could write down and transliterate them for me. (It's not necessary but if they were translated into English/German/French etc too, it'd be even better )  :) 

Thanks in advance ! 


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