It's that time of year, our favorite Norwegian guests are here! Just where will they appear? They aren't yet quite clear. Ole says, "Oh Lena, dear, so much has changed in only a year, but one ding is certain our love for da area is sincere. " So, off they went for a quick morning fix before they chose their favorite valley picks.
After some coffee talk, they set out for a little walk. Lena said, "Ole, don't yah know dere's no need to cling, why both of us can each do our own ting." Lena was wantin to keep on her toes, and so she says to Ole, "Ole, I'll being seeing you later now, near we're dat dere river flows."
So Lena went off and Ole went dere, where when the ice is just right, the kiddies enjoy dose winter time affairs.
Her toes they did twinkle, but not like the stars, where Lena goes next is plush with candy bars. Those at the counter greet with cheerful utter, as dat Lena stopped by for a treat deserving of butter.
"Uff-da dat ockey is such a fun game, but dese bruises and lesions dey cause me some pain. I suppose I could go and take care of dese here lumps, in the place where the boys like to and bust each otters humps." It's certainly no hospital, but enough do the same, too darn many doh and you'll forget why you came."
Lena noticed it was gettin' sorda late, not wanten to keep ol' Ole a waitin, onward she went toward the area they are meetin. Right past a place that spans the decades with tales to tell. Oh, how Lena thought, "If only dem dere walls could talk." Stroll on she did, in search of Ole. She went to da most perfect place she could tink of too, to get rid of da rest of that dere popcorn big enough for two.
For good ol' Ole time was a flyin', it was gettin bout dhat time to meet his bride. Down da street he went, but sore as he was, he hitched a ride on dhat dere city bus. Tellen the driver he wanted to have a ol' look see at da building dhat used to be.
Lena said to a passer by, "Boy dese dere ducks are sure hungry!" Strolling through the park where da river flows nearby she thought she heard a "roar" coming from a shelter she hadn't noticed before.
Keepin' an eye out for dhat dere Lena Ole parked himself on a bench...right across da way from dat dere building dhat used to be, a place where da river flows close by he'd wait till he caught Lena's eye.