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LEARNIN' MY LATIN (Gordon Jenkins) as recorded by Patti Page with Gordon Jenkins' Orchestra & Chorus 1956 "OMNUS Gallia tres partes divista est", I am learnin’ my Latin and I’m passin’ the test! That means that all of Gaul’s divided in parts of three, I am learnin my Latin, get a load of me! "Amavi", I have loved. "Amavisti", thou hast loved. "Amave", he has loved. "Amavili", we have loved. "Amaveri", thou mayest. "Amavisti", thou might'st. Is my conjugation up to par? Your verbs are really quite irregular! "Vini, vidi, vici", as they used to say in Gaul, I’m learnin’ my Latin, and I’m havin’ a ball-all-all, Havin' a ball-all-all, ball-all-all-all! "Amavi", I have loved. "Amavisti", thou hast loved. "Amave", he has loved. "Amavili", we have loved. "Amaveri", thou mayest. "Amavisti", thou might'st. Is my conjugation up to par? Your verbs are really quite irregular! "Vini, vidi, vici", as they used to say in Gaul, She's learnin’ her Latin, and I’m havin’ a ball, yes she's havin' a ball! Oh I'm havin' a ball, yes she's havin' a ball! Oh I'm havin' a ball! (Transcribed by Peter Akers - January 2016)

    


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