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Cupcakes - Danish
December 24, 2011
Cupcakes song in Danish, official
Singer: Sara Poulsen
Mælk det må du tag, men ikke noget yoghurt, hæld det i din skål
Og så tar' du noget dejligt sødt, ik surt nej en knivspids salt er dit mål
At bage en kage er super let, du skal bare husk' vanilje
Bare giv den mer', den er lige plet, kom nu vis din gode vilje!
Muffins, så sød og fine
Muffins, de er snart dine
Muffins... muffins, muffins, muffins!
There are a lot of comments about the fact that they say "Muffins" instead of "Cupcakes". In the Swedish language, and probably the same for Norwegian, the language doesn't have the word "Cupcakes" and treats it the same way as "Muffins".
"Yeah, I think people fail to realize that "cupcake" is an American-originated word. The earliest reference to a cake in a small cup is Amelia Simms' American Cookery in 1,796, and the term "cupcake" would begin in the early 19th century with Eliza Leslie's Receipts in 1,828. By contrast, "muffin" is derived from older Low German (Muffen/Muffe) and French (moufflet) words, and thus probably was easier to be integrated into European lexicons, due to simple nearness."