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Peter Alexander - Was Frauen träumen --- Toi - Toi - Toi album mp3

  • Performer: Peter Alexander
  • Genre: Other
  • Title: Was Frauen träumen --- Toi - Toi - Toi
  • MP3 version size: 1565 mb
  • FLAC version size: 1789 mb
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There is an alternative release with different GEMA BIEM stamp font style on labels: Was Frauen Träumen.

On this page you can not listen to mp3 music free or download album or mp3 track to your PC, phone or tablet. All materials are provided for educational purposes. Released at: This album was released on the label Polydor (catalog number 52 286). This album was released in 1964 year.

Toi toi toi" (English: /ˈtɔɪ ˈtɔɪ ˈtɔɪ/) is an expression used in the performing arts to wish an artist success in an imminent performance. It is similar to "break a leg" and reflects a superstition that wishing someone "good luck" is in fact bad luck. Toi toi toi was an idiom used to ward off a spell or hex, often accompanied by knocking on wood or spitting.

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exclamation (informal). All GERMAN words that begin with 'T'. Related Terms of 'toi, toi, toi'. unberufen (toi, toi, toi)! Source. Translation of toi, toi, toi from the Collins German to English. Quick word challenge.

Apres Toi. 6. Ich Hab Die Liebe Geseh'n. Ja Ja der Peter der Ist Schlau. 12. Ich Liebe das Leben. Style:MLA Chicago APA. "Apres Toi Album.

Toi toi toi was an idiom used to ward off a spell or hex, often accompanied by knocking on wood or spitting The origin is a threefold warning of the devil Teufel, pr toi-fell in German dialect: No’ kommt mer in’s n bey ihm Now we come into the De-De-Devil's Kitchen! Also from Rotwelsch tof and from Yiddish tov "good", derived from the Hebrew טוב and with phonetic similarities to the Old German tiuvel "Devil".