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Monday, 6 October 2014

Introduction of M.

 

Abba - Mama Mia

The word "mamma"is a word that has the meaning of mother in almost every language in Europe. It is not always spelled the same way. But mom. mum, mam, mammy, maman, mamma, mor, mutti...The famous Abba group even play in a musical called "Mama Mia".

 Mamma mia, here I go again
 My my, how can I resist you?
 Mamma mia, does it show again?
 My my, just how much I've missed you 
Yes, I've been brokenhearted 
Blue since the day we parted 
Why, why did I ever let you go? 
Mamma mia, now I really know,
 My my, I could never let you go.

You see "M" cannot be missed in this songtext! 

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19 comments:

  1. ABBA, Mama mia, my husband favourite song.

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  2. Memories galore with iconic songs like that. Thanks to the ABCWednesday team and Denise Nesbitt for this awesome site and community.

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  3. Mamma Mia is my favorite! I love all ABBA Songs :)
    Marvellous & Magnificent!

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  4. Most interesting !! and I love this song

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  5. I just love Abba... my three girls call me Mamamia xx

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  6. That song is one of my favorites, as is the movie. Even though the actors were not professional singers, I enjoyed hearing them because of the joy their faces radiated!

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  7. Hi! Nice song!Thanks for sharing.

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  8. Marvellous! Come to Melbourne's Mornington for some mouth-watering mussels!

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  9. M is for Moon and the lunar eclipse!

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  10. M stands for MANLY, but probably not the manly you thought of... :-)

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  11. I did not appreciate Abba and their songs until I saw the movie Mamma Mia.

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  12. My grandmother on my dad's side went by Ma with the "a" using the short vowel sound as in apple. - Margy

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  13. Terrific intro....thanks for the memories♪ http://lauriekazmierczak.com/maple-leaves/

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  14. I love this song and thanks for hosting !!

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