Why Must I Not Love You?Hungarian Folk Songs
Who can resist this cover? This would be a Komondor, the largest of the Hungarian dog breeds. Known as the "King of the Working Dogs". They are perhaps one of the most unusual looking dogs in the world. After a bath this dog can take three days to dry.
Now, why is there a dog on the cover? I have no idea. The song titles, thankfully, are translated on the back cover (although the number of tracks on the record and the song title number do not match). One song, on the B side is titled "Little dog, big dog". That's it for the dogs songs. Other song titles are humorous. Titles include: My sweetheart is chic, Who knows why you have gone away?, Crying is not worthwhile, Maidens, maidens, maidens in the village, You are my woman, There is a ditch and there is a pit, The snow has covered the road, I don't need that, My boots are wrinkled and The raven is croaking... yes... My boots are wrinkled and The raven is croaking.
Oh... Why Must I Not Love You? Because there as so many maidens in the village! I need to spread my love around, Baby!