danke schoen


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danke schoen

A German phrase meaning thank you very much.
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His best-known songs include his signature "Danke Schoen," his 1965 version of "Red Roses for a Blue Lady," and "Daddy Don't You Walk So Fast" in 1972.
The previous best was - 897 people singing 'Danke Schoen' in Chicago in 2011.
The saga began in a German nightclub when a 23-year-old guy's girlfriend announced that henceforth, he could refer to her as his EX-girlfriend, danke schoen. Then she left.
"Muchas gracias, danke schoen," he adds, apparently unaware Germany's not quite in the subcontinent.
His charisma carried the day and, on his signature tune and 1963 hit, "Danke Schoen," he worked the perimeter of the dance floor shaking hands with audience members, planting kisses on proffered cheeks, giving a thumbs-up to those who hailed him from rows too far back to reach him.
After the third encore they finished on the English-sung Stripped, which went down a treat and full bows come afterwards as the humble and sincere Rammstein bid farewell "Newcastle, thank you very much, danke schoen".
He wrote numerous songs including "Love" anal "Danke Schoen."
The 77-year-old "Danke Schoen" singer said his wife cried out that one fleeing man raised a tire iron as if to hit her before using it to attack one of the family's large Rhodesian Ridgeback dogs.
Without wearing a funny costume or singing "Danke Schoen," of course.