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There lived an absent-minded person
in Basseenaya Street.

In the morning he sat on the bed,
and began putting on his shirt,

put the arms into the sleeves -
they turned out to be trousers.
When he wanted to put on a coat
they told him: "Not that one!"

When he wanted to squeeze into gaiters
they told him: "These are not yours!"
Instead of a cap, while walking,
he put a skillet on his head.

Instead of felt boots he squeezed on gloves
over the heels.
Such an absent-minded person
from the Bassejnoj Street.

One day on the streetcar
he went to the station
and said, as he opened the doors,
to the driver:

"My most dearest
wagondrivearest!
Wagondearest
most drivearest!
So for what else should I
have gotten off for?

Isn't it possible to stop the
train at the street car station?"
The driver was wondering -
and the street car stopped.

Such an absent-minded person
from Bassejnoj Street.

He went to a bar
to buy a himself a ticket.
And then he ran to the cash-point
to buy a bottle of kvass.

Such an absent-minded person
from Bassejnoj Street.

He ran on the track
and climbed onto a detached wagon,
brought his bags and suitcases inside,
crammed them under the seats,
sat down in a corner in front of the window
and had a quiet sleep...

"What stop is this?"
he called early in the morning.
And from the tracks he was told:
"This is the city of Leningrad."

He slept a bit again
and again looked out of the window,
saw a big station,
was wondering, and said:

"What stop is this -
Bologoe or Pokovka?"
And from the tracks he was told:
"This is the city of Leningrad."

He slept a bit again
and again looked out of the window,
saw a big station,
was wondering and said:

"What station is this -
Dibuny or Yamskaya?"
And from the tracks he was told:
"This is the city of Leningrad."

He shouted: "What kind of joke is this!
I have travelled for two days already
and have come back here,
back to Leningrad!"

Such an absent-minded person
from Bassejnoj Street.


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There lived an absent-minded person
in Basseenaya Street.

In the morning he sat on the bed,
and began putting on his shirt,
put the arms into the sleeves -
they turned out to be trousers.

When he wanted to put on a coat
they told him: "Not that one!"

When he wanted to squeeze into gaiters
they told him: "These are not yours!"

Instead of a cap, while walking,
he put a skillet on his head.
Instead of felt boots he squeezed on gloves
over the heels.

Such an absent-minded person
from the Basseenaya Street.

One day on the streetcar
he went to the station
and said, as he opened the doors,
to the driver:

"My most dearest
wagondrivearest!
Wagondearest
most drivearest!

So for what else should I
have gotten off for?
Isn't it possible to stop the
train at the street car station?"

The driver was wondering -
and the street car stopped.
Such an absent-minded person
from Basseenaya Street.
He went to a bar
to buy a himself a ticket.

And then he ran to the cash-point
to buy a bottle of kvass.
Such an absent-minded person
from Basseenaya Street.

He ran on the track
and climbed onto a detached wagon,
brought his bags and suitcases inside,
crammed them under the seats,
sat down in a corner in front of the window
and had a quiet sleep...

"What stop is this?"
he called early in the morning.
And from the tracks he was told:
"This is the city of Leningrad."

He slept a bit again
and again looked out of the window,
saw a big station,
was wondering, and said:

"What stop is this -
Bologoe or Pokovka?"
And from the tracks he was told:
"This is the city of Leningrad."

He slept a bit again
and again looked out of the window,
saw a big station,
was wondering and said:
"What station is this -
Dibuny or Yamskaya?"

And from the tracks he was told:
"This is the city of Leningrad."

He shouted: "What kind of joke is this!
I have travelled for two days already
and have come back here,
back to Leningrad!"

Such an absent-minded person
from Basseenaya Street.