Baby, would you marry me? (Svavar Knutur) Out in the forest under a tree, lies a dream that you once told to me. Out in the desert, under a stone, lies a poem, that you once wrote to me. Baby, would you marry me under an apple tree or the bottom of the sea or maybe on a train to Spain or some nice place like that? And, baby, would you marry me on a mountain top or a traffic stop or maybe on a boat that floats into the great unknown? That would be a day to remember our love by. Out in the ocean, under a fish, lies a kiss that you once blew to me. And up in the sky, under a shroud made of clouds is all you mean to me. En este episodio cantamos una canción de Svavar Knutur que se llama Baby, would you marry me? y de paso dejamos un dato curioso. ¿Poqué Iceland (Islandia) es verde si su nombre habla de hielo y Greenland (Groenlandia) está llena de hielo si su nombre hace referencia a lo verde? In this episode we sing a song by Svavar Knutur called Baby, would you marry me? and we talk about Greenand and Iceland. More info about the song/author here and more info about the names of Greenland and Iceland here.