Ten Green Bottles

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Ten Green Bottles (Zehn grüne Flaschen) ist ein Kinderlied, das im Vereinigten Königreich beliebt ist. Komponist und Textdichter sind unbekannt.

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Ten green bottles hanging on the wall,
Ten green bottles hanging on the wall.
And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,
There'll be nine green bottles hanging on the wall.
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Nine green bottles hanging on the wall,
Nine green bottles hanging on the wall.
And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,
There'll be eight green bottles hanging on the wall.
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Eight green bottles hanging on the wall,
Eight green bottles hanging on the wall.
And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,
There'll be seven green bottles hanging on the wall.
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Seven green bottles hanging on the wall,
Seven green bottles hanging on the wall.
And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,
There'll be six green bottles hanging on the wall.
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Six green bottles hanging on the wall,
Six green bottles hanging on the wall.
And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,
There'll be five green bottles hanging on the wall.
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Five green bottles hanging on the wall,
five green bottles hanging on the wall.
And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,
There'll be four green bottles hanging on the wall.
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Four green bottles hanging on the wall,
four green bottles hanging on the wall.
And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,
There'll be three green bottles hanging on the wall.
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Three green bottles hanging on the wall,
Three green bottles hanging on the wall.
And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,
There'll be two green bottles hanging on the wall.
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Two green bottles hanging on the wall,
Two green bottles hanging on the wall.
And if one green bottle should accidentally fall,
There'll be one green bottle hanging on the wall.
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One green bottle hanging on the wall,
One green bottle hanging on the wall.
And if that green bottle should accidentally fall,
There'll be no more bottles hanging on the wall.

Anstatt hanging wird oft auch standing oder sitting gesungen. Varianten des Liedes sind 99 Bottles of Beer und Ten German Bombers. Der Text wird auch zum Zahlenlernen in Englischlernbüchern für Kinder verwendet.[1][2]

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  1. Mandy on holiday. Lesibók við fløgu, Autor Una Poulsen, Verlag Foroya Skulabokagrunnur, ISBN 9991804145, Seite 32
  2. Very young learners, von Vanessa Reilly,Sheila M. Ward, Seite 88