Eartha Kitt - Uska Dara (A Turkish Tale) Lyrics




Üsküdar'a gider iken aldi da bir yagmur
Üsküdar'a gider iken aldi da bir yagmur
Kâtibimin setresi uzun, etegi çamur [x2]
Kâtip uykudan uyanmis, gözleri mahmur [x2]
Kâtip benim, ben kâtibin, ele karisir?
Kâtibime siter eter faltu ne güzel yarasir

Uskadara is a little town in Turkey
And in the old days, many women had male secretaries
Oh, well, that's Turkey

Üsküdar'a gider iken bir mendil buldum [x2]
Mendilimin içine lokum doldurdum [x2]

They take a trip from Uskudara in the rain
And on the way they fall in love
He's wearing a stiff collar
In a full dress suit
She looks at him longingly through her veil
And casually feeds him candy
Oh, those Turks

Kâtibimi arar iken yanimda buldum [x2]
Kâtip benim, ben kâtibin, el ne karisir?
Kâtibime kolali da gömlek ne güzel yarasir

Kâtibimi arar iken yanimda buldum [x2]
Kâtip benim, ben kâtibin, el ne karisir?
Kâtibime kolali da gömlek ne güzel yarasir [x2]





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  1. 33Rnb

    A native turk will NEVER UNDERSTAND this shit what she says.
    Turkish isnt so difficult to learn like french or german. So i cant understand why she doesnt even try to speak like a normal person .. the way may she sings Can be beautiful but the original song is so great, that this version is almost a nightmare.

    No hate only true words !

  2. Emma

    People grumbling about her pronunciation should ask themselves how they pronounce the capital of France in everyday speech (unless they are French-speaking themselves of course).

  3. kassandra mesi

    Uskandara is Scutari in Bosporos.........munincipality of Konstandinopoli, Byzantine empire

  4. Esme Arslantaş

    Just WoW 😍💕🇹🇷

  5. Ivonne Florez

    Escucha "Uska Dara"

    en Amazon Music

    Üsküdar'a gider iken aldi da bir yagmur
    Üsküdar'a gider iken aldi da bir yagmur
    Kâtibimin setresi uzun, etegi çamur
    Kâtibimin setresi uzun, etegi çamur

    Kâtip uykudan uyanmis, gözleri mahmur
    Kâtip uykudan uyanmis, gözleri mahmur
    Kâtip benim, ben kâtibin, ele karisir?
    Kâtibime siter eter faltu ne güzel yarasir

    Uska dara is a little town in Turkey
    And in the old days
    Many women had male secretaries
    Oh, well, that's Turkey

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    Üsküdar'a gider iken bir mendil buldum
    Üsküdar'a gider iken bir mendil buldum
    Mendilimin içine lokum doldurdum
    Mendilimin içine lokum doldurdum

    They take a trip from Usku dara in the rain
    And on the way they fall in love
    He's wearing a stiff collar, in a full dress suit
    She looks at him longingly through her veil
    And casually feeds him candy, oh, those Turks

    Kâtibimi arar iken yanimda buldum
    Kâtibimi arar iken yanimda buldum
    Kâtip benim, ben kâtibin, el ne karisir?
    Kâtibime kolali da gömlek ne güzel yarasir

    Kâtibimi arar iken yanimda buldum
    Kâtibimi arar iken yanimda buldum
    Kâtip benim, ben kâtibin, el ne karisir?
    Kâtibime kolali da gömlek ne güzel yarasir
    Kâtibime kolali da gömlek ne güzel yarasir



    Read more: Eartha Kitt - Uska Dara Lyrics | MetroLyrics

  6. 松田穂

    🌈昭和の唄姫👸アサー🇯🇵🇯🇵🇯🇵🇯🇵🇯🇵🇯🇵🇯🇵🇯🇵🇯🇵

  7. のんほい

    多分40年ぶりに聞いた

  8. Herman Jones

    ♥️♥️♥️

  9. metin uyanık

    Some people say This song as looking Rasputin of Bonny M.Eartha Kitt sing that sonf 70 years ago.You have to read before.

  10. ismail KÜÇÜK

    The Word Of "Üsküdar" / "Uskudar" Comes From A Greek Word: "Scotaria" That's Means Scooter - The Walker Soldier - Infantry. You Can Wonder: Uskudar And Scooter Sounds Familiar. The Place Takes This Name That's Why It's A Military Camp FOr Scooters. Just Like Any Other Turkish Word, This Word Takes A Vocal Letter Like "U" At The Beginning Of The Word Just Like Smyrna Become I - Smyrna --> Ismyrna --> Izmir. :)

  11. Merve Baltacı

    🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷🇹🇷

  12. Miss Imi

    I listen this song in salty tour korean show they were in Turkey this song is woow 👍

  13. 松田穂

    🌺🌺🌺‼️🌺💯🌺‼️🌺🌺‼️🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌺🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈🌈

  14. littlemonster TV

    That s an artist everybody

  15. Puuha Pete Gang

    In finland we have Eino ja Aapeli

    tolga1cool

    Oh god. I looked the kid up. Im sorry for you guys

  16. Rusça Öğreniyorum

    😍😍😍😍

  17. Enes Ertaş

    Muhteşem bir yorum. Hayranlıkla dinliyorum sizi.

  18. Ahmet Akıl

    Nerde bizim millet?

  19. Salih Geridonmez

    Hurley furley

  20. hunny bunny

    Üsküdar'a gider iken aldi da bir yagmur
    Üsküdar'a gider iken aldi da bir yagmur
    Kâtibimin setresi uzun, etegi çamur(2x)
    Kâtip uykudan uyanmis, gözleri mahmur (2x)
    Kâtip benim, ben kâtibin, ele karisir?
    Kâtibime siter eter faltu ne güzel yarasir

    Uskadara is a little town in Turkey
    And in the old days, many women had male secretaries
    Oh, well, that's Turkey

    Üsküdar'a gider iken bir mendil buldum (2x)
    Mendilimin içine lokum doldurdum (2x)

    They take a trip from Uskudara in the rain
    And on the way they fall in love
    He's wearing a stiff collar
    In a full dress suit
    She looks at him longingly through her veil
    And casually feeds him candy
    Oh, those Turks

    Kâtibimi arar iken yanimda buldum (2x)
    Kâtip benim, ben kâtibin, el ne karisir?
    Kâtibime kolali da gömlek ne güzel yarasir

    Kâtibimi arar iken yanimda buldum (2x)
    Kâtip benim, ben kâtibin, el ne karisir?
    Kâtibime kolali da gömlek ne güzel yarasir (2x)

  21. R S

    يا عزولي لا تلمني

  22. Frans Jansen

    It's Eartha, not Eatha

  23. Amber Bee

    Favorite! Love you Eartha!

  24. Mehmet Ürer

    Marvelous...I'm just saying...

  25. 마미fullmoon

    위스키 달라 그랬는데 막걸리 주네~~~~~~~~~~~

  26. budi marcukundha

    what is "bird's milk" ?

    john doe

    There is a saying in Turkish like "to feed with bird's milk" means to feed with the most expensive, precious and rare foods

  27. Arif Günaydın

    Efsane 😄

  28. Sisifos

    This song compozing by 1854.Song tell a man falls in lov with an unknown girl.İn the time, the song has been sung in many languages.Eartha Kitt version version very cute and funny.This song composer İstanbul's mystical character's Üsküdarlı Aziz Bey

  29. KARDELEN OPTİK

    senin agzını yirimm kız ne güzel söylüyorsun

  30. İsmail türlü

    Hay ağzını yiyim ne güzel söylüyor 😊

  31. George Vidakis

    Dedicated with infinite respect to the Greeks who suffered from Barbarians: : from Galas Diamanda’s Speech:
    "The longer it takes to address the mandate of applying Turkishness to all things good–and good to all things Turkish, the longer it will take to redress the financially-supported cultural disinformation spread by those institutions and persons in Turkey who, using as a criminal mandate the necessity to translate all aural arts (songs, poetry, theatre, and other human ritual practices) into Turkish before they are allowed to be performed by the general public, effectively cleanse it of its owners’ names and claim it as Turkish invention, innovation.

    Once the art is performed in Turkish it may then be claimed as Turkish, and thusly as a Turkish art form. With the censored owners under control or in prison for performing the work illegally (in their own languages), it can then be safely deposited under “anonymous” or a Turkish name into a vault that has been protected and in fact proclaimed as an ethnically inviolate treasure, with the help of Turkey’s good friends, America and Israel"

    Shadow Fox

    George Vidakis Wait, is that the history of this actual song?

    szymon malicki

    Thanks for sharing and straightening the facts up a little bit Giorgios.

    It is unbelievable that such lies live well in 2018 and is circulated by liberal, western press. Fascism is alive and well, while we are even not aware of that.

    https://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2018/10/01/eartha-kitt-in-istanbul/

  32. Reina Sutton

    Looove!!!

  33. klassicalmuzik

    So much talent. Love Eartha so much

  34. jocelyn valdez

    I want lyrics!

  35. Gürkan Çolak

    Üsküdar :)

  36. Sabiha Yıldız

    Süper ya

  37. ממלכת הכוזרים

    Her accent ... wtf :D :D so weird

  38. murat ceyhan

    Çok çok güzel!

  39. alex vaits

    Μακεδονια ξακουστη του Αλέξανδρου η χωρα.....

  40. 桜Sena

    02.01 çadırımın üstüne şıpp dedi damladı :D

  41. Terézia Marková

    Well, I would like to adress something about language in this song. I can't speak turkish, trough this sounds quite accurate to me (I've watched some turkish series in past years). But I know one thing for sure. It's not Uska Dara - it's Üsküdar. And it's not a small town. It's an Istanbul city district.
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%9Csk%C3%BCdar

    Elif Tan

    Terézia Marková yes it is Üsküdar but in the song when it says Usukadara it means going to Üsküdar, that extra "a" is to say to as in going to Üsküdar

  42. Rachel Thomas-Rayment

    Regardless of whether it's a made up language or not, one of my favourite lines in a song is...

    "a fat man usually has a belly like a percolating coffee pot"

  43. TUZ VE KARABIBER

    1:16 is totally made up . It is not Turkish, probably not even a word. she made it up. her Turkish pronunciation sucks. truly awful.

    Strawberry Jam

    A Turk said to me this is some kind of Turkish dialect or something

    TUZ VE KARABIBER

    @PaulofPauls do you really think that an American woman talks with a Turkish dialect that even Turks dont understand? even the title of the song isn't correct. Üsküdara is how it should be so don't expect the rest of the song correct. I dont think her aim was to do it properly but entertaining people with an " exotic" language which I find it very irritating.

    Strawberry Jam

    TUZ VE KARABIBER it's another old Turkish dialect also, ever heard of something called learning ?

    Çok Boş Zamanım Var

    "aman hele hele" diyor kadın kendi aksanıyla.

    Camille Strickland

    But it sounds really good coming from her mouth lol.

  44. שמואל פפירניקוב

    !A GREAT HIT OF THE 50S

  45. Jarski J.

    This is not an original version.

    Karl Ertunc

    What do you mean by that? Katibim is a folk song. There are many variations of this song, and this is one of them, caphice?

    Jarski J.

    I guess I meant this is not the first version Eartha Kitt recorded.

  46. Glory to God Beats

    This would be a great Vox

  47. Libelle1963

    I love it! Danke!

  48. long-time listener , first-time caller

    incredible singing voice, even in a language she does not speak!

  49. ercan koc

    She sings so sweet . I like it very much.

  50. Anny Conda

    AWESOME!

  51. Lipton T ,

    ‘It means that I like to feed my love, birds' milk...’ I bursted out laughing, like what did she really say that. Omg I love me some Eartha Kitt baby! 😍

    TUZ VE KARABIBER

    +Lipton T , nothing cos it is not turkish, it is her made up language

    john doe

    There is a saying in Turkish like "to feed with bird's milk" means to feed with the most expensive, precious and rare foods

  52. Cluv22

    I don't know what she's talking about but my GOD, does she sound sexy sayin it! This woman is BEYOND Seduction.

    Graham Bull

    Cluv22 Not for nothing did Orson Welles call her “The most exciting woman in the world.” Having seen her live and up close I would absolutely agree.

    Tuna Sayımcı

    I understand what she says its in Turlish if you search for Üsküdara Gideriken you can find the original song :)

  53. Denise Dalton

    fabulous!can imagine the smiles and fun she had doing this..what a star..

  54. Uğur Balkaya

    amaaaan peştemala giriyorsun baş olmaz  =)
    I say as a turk I am proud.

    walt7500

    @Uğur Balkaya Why, is being Turk an accomplishment?

    Rahmaiya Lewis

    +walt7500 exactly

    Uğur Balkaya

    being happy I mean. Got it?

    Maleny Ivette

    Uğur Balkaya Turkish is such a lovely language ♡♡

    Puuha Pete Gang

    This lit fam

  55. YOU KNOW WHO SYUHAIDAH

    Can someone tell me what year in this stage?

  56. YOU KNOW WHO SYUHAIDAH

    Try to hear the song" alangkah indahnya di waktu pagi" its same

  57. maxy mofoo

    Did she just know several languages?? I've heard her speak French and Japanese as well.

    K. Bittala

    @maxy mofoo Yes, she learned over a dozen languages. She cannot speak them all fluently, but fluently enough to be able to sing in them.

    Ali Bey

    @maxy mofoo she speaks turkish , original language of this song. Üsküdara gider iken (katibim)

    Genesis Er

    Eartha Kitt spoke 4 languages fluently and sang in 7 languages.

  58. Retro TV

    It's so cute :))

    Puuha Pete Gang

    You should think that twice

  59. Leonidas Marakis

    masterpiece

  60. Ricco

    R.I.P. Eartha Kitt

  61. Erdal K

    This song was recorded in 1953 to Eartha's first LP. She learned this song from Ilham Gencer and Orhan Boran (Turkey's first stand-up star) in 1951. Source: History of Turkish Rock vol.1

  62. beeboobop

    Pink Martini has a nice cover of this tune. Check it out.

  63. Egyptian_Thoth

    It's funny hearing ppl claim they can't understand her accent in their native language but you bring yourselves to America and EXPECT for Americans to understand you and for the most part we do. If we can understand you, you can understand Eartha...shut up.

  64. MrUs69

    Nice voice and great song!

  65. RagingSalamence

    Yzma... lol

  66. Karl Ertunc

    E-A-R-T-H-A  KITT

    Eddie Namini

    That much we already know, I think... is that all you can say bud?! 

    Charli Zern

    +Eddie Namini It was spelled incorrectly in the title. (:

    Karl Ertunc

    Eddie, you disappeared off the radar a long time ago. Where are you?

    Eddie Namini

    still here in istanbul

  67. George Vidakis

    Ευχαριστώ από καρδίας την φίλη Constantina Petridou 
    From Istanbul to New York and from Alexandria to Tokyo: the small "Odyssey" of a song.
    Üsküdar or Scutari is the ancient Chrysopolis, large suburb of Istanbul's Asian side, where several thousand Greeks used to live and for which the famous song with the same name was written. The song, well known to whole Near East up to Egypt, is considered one of the most prominent Sephardic tradition of the eastern Mediterranean.
    In Egypt is known as «Fel S hara» or «Ya Banat Iskandaria». Iskenderun is Alexandria. There is a relevance to the Turkish version since in Turkish Alexander is called Iskender. In Greek language the melody is familiar to various parts of Greece under the title "From foreign and distant land" and considered one of the most famous songs of the eastern coast.
    In 1960 it was included even in the repertoire of Marcos Vamvakaris, who recorded it with Katy Gray as the singer. In the 1950s, Ertha Kit, "the most exciting woman in the world" according to Orson Welles, actress and singer of the old Cabaret style, made the song known beyond the Atlantic. The melody reached the heart of the American jazz performed by the famous flutist Herbie Mann, among others, up to the Far East with the electric sound of the famous Japanese guitarist Taketsi Teraoutsi.
    The song Üsküdar is one the particular tunes who traveled around the world through the great power of music universality.

    Ferencné Nagy

    cok guzel

    Mehmet Ünal

    I want to correct you about one thing. Iskenderun is Alexandretta it's a small port district of Antioch/Antakya. The name of the city comes from Alexander the great indeed. He stayed there on his way to the east. Alexandria is Iskenderiye in turkish. 😊 and I'm from Iskenderun/Alexandretta.

    Müllėr Müllėr

    Fucking Jew

    MEHMET SAİD SAVAŞ

    George Vidakis o

    Callie Anastasia

    George Vidakis As a Greek trying to learn about her roots & what life was like before the Turks, thank you for teaching me this. Ευχαριστώ! Even as a Greek I do love this song, it’s catchy & mystically hypnotizing, I wouldn’t mind learning the music history of Greeks & Turks as well.

  68. Sh•ēyē

    She was so universal. She knew French, Spanish, Turkish, and so much more. She is so inspiring, and was so beautiful. A true Angel. I would have loved to meet her in person.

    Rusça Öğreniyorum

    Sh•ēyē 😍😍🇹🇷

    Veronica Carpenter

    Sh•ēyē I saw her at the Mall of America on 12/08/2001. She walked past me and I instantly knew it was Eartha Kitt. Nobody else noticed...that remains such a special moment for me!

  69. BasePointer

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eartha_Kitt

  70. Sinope E

    This song is amazing, so mysterious and exotic...
    Just hypnotizing..   :)

  71. slobomotion

    Despite what Americans think, Eartha was an artful mimic and great talent, but for example, her French accent is not understandable to the French!  I was so lucky to grow up in America with her music and appearances, and to see her live in '89 in NYC.  I assure you, people, she was lithe and professional.  I liked learning this song phonetically and have been to Turkey, but they really don't get this song.  She had a lot of problems in her life she did not deserve. 

    thekingofmoney2000

    Her French is understandable...and as she got older her French continued improving. :)

  72. Erkut Erkut

    Accent is a different thing. As a Turkish I do not understand most of the things she is saying.

  73. Caramella

    This appeals to my Turkish roots - and having it sung by Eartha Kitt takes it to another level :)

  74. Emre Akarat

    1:18
    Haminelehelle

    ne demek la bu?
    I don't get it.

    battalgazi 66

    Emre Akarat ne olacak hele hele demeye calisan bir zenci amerikali

  75. Emre Akarat

    It means: "I filled it with delight"

    "Lokum Doldurdum"

  76. Ece Gürpınar

    It is "locum doldurdum" mean "i've put locum in"

    ismail emre

    allah belanı vermesin yaa :D

  77. Toni Lozica

    A Bulgarian lady made a documentary about this song for BBC. It turned out to be sung in all lands from Bosnia to Turkey. She went to all those countries in search of this song and found out that all these peoples sung it in their own language with the lyrics that were all totally different. And all of them thought it was their song and theirs was the original and all others were fake.
    While the only original thing in common for all of them was the Ottoman Empire that used to unite them all.

    Ivan Nesic

    Best documentary ever

  78. Hawkeye620

    That is a rude and untrue thing to say. It sounds nothing at all like Hebrew, it is clearly Turkish and many Turks agree that she did an excellent job. Could you sing in another language that is totally foreign to you as well as she did? I doubt it very much. Don't be a jerk.

    Jere Niemi

    umm actually i could XD

    Isaiah Weddington

    Haters gonna hate I love this she made history with her signature voice! elegance at its finest

    Gordon Dean

    ​@Jere Niemi classic valueless Youtube bravado.You are worth less than a toenail clipping from this great artist and human.

    Hdy 82

    Omg what’s wrong with people!?! I am Turkish and I love it ! She did a great job and accent is not a measure for intelligence or anything it’s just a person talking your language with their own rules of language ! I am so happy that she tried it and she did an awesome job !!

  79. Ilhan özgür

    I'm Turkish and I approve this message

  80. Hasan Demir

    Çadırımın üstüne şıp dedi damladı :D hadi İngilizceye çevirin de göreyim :D

    Rıdvan SERBEST

    Its say "şıp" and drop on my tent :D

    muhammet ç

    Hayla gülüyom

  81. Hasan Demir

    nothing :) locum (lokum) is turkish delight :)

  82. globe1globe1

    1:14 It's absolutely not understandable what she say there xD
    sounds more like Hebrew than Turkish xD

  83. LifeOutsideTheBubble

    You're upset with the way an American pronounces Turkish? Come on. I thought Turkey was supposed to be nearly as diverse as the United States. We embrace the people who make the effort. We see an accent as character, not something on which to look down. Looking down on an accent is shameful, and dare I say, racist. At the very least, it's elitist. What do you want to hear? I'm sorry Eartha Kitt wasn't born in Turkey? She's a goddamned national treasure--a legend. Show some respect.

    Tuna Sayımcı

    We are not upset with it we are proud. The people saying that tries to say its not the same accent as we talk. Dont misunderstand :)

    Anders Hoffman

    Let's not forget she has a distinctive voice in English as well.

  84. Cis Gheysens

    so are you doing now;)is it possible that non-miserables also always complain about something?maybe humans are social AND lazy animals(especially on thinking-level)and it's their choice:a-social interaction with others,it takes less effort to be creatively negative about something than it takes to be creatively positive about some-one/thing,remember the sandcastles as a kid,were you a builder or a destroyer?a balanced person wants to be both i guess:) now i'm complaining also,so, YES, i'm lazy;)

  85. Türküm Doğruyum

    @003nkodt mendilimin içine lokum doldurdum which means i filled my hanky with Turkish delight

  86. Türküm Doğruyum

    ahah so cute guys :D i like it so much

  87. Alpha Beta

    Actually, this really wants me to learn Turkish.
    Sounds like a sexy language...like some "Latin" form of Asiatic, lean and precise, a bit like Persian, know what I mean, but how shall I say, it still feels closer to Hindi or Urdu in my ear, albeit not Indo-Arian, nor sino-asiatic, like Japanese or Chinese. And it is definitely NOT near to Arabic at all. A very interesting language. Must do some research.

  88. Ola Sula

    @194871max :)

  89. Ola Sula

    @maviay48 Thanks for the explanation anyway.I just can't get enough wit this song,even though i don't understand it I feel it a lot.:):)

  90. Kdanielshelley Shelley

    @003nkodt hi there. Infact There she says 'lokum doldurdum' Lokum means 'Turkish Delight'. It's like jelly-marshmellow or candy something like that. ' Doldurdum' means I loaded or I put up something on it. In the song she says: In Uskudar ( a town in Istanbul Turkey) I found a handkerchief and then put some Lokum (Turkish Delight) on it. It's a very very old folk song in Turkish music history.

  91. CrabTastingMan

    @54Turkiye but songs like this isn't some canonical law or verse where people have to abide to an "official" format. That erodes the spirit of the "folk" song. The singer could have been anybody, even someone Turkish, what then? Just look on the bright side: a Turkish folk song has had enough recognition to be sung all the way across the Atlantic.

  92. CrabTastingMan

    @TheBtr73 maybe that part about the fat man's belly is a metaphor? :P

  93. ethem Şallı

    @194871max
    Üsküdar'a gideriken aldı da bir yağmur
    Katibimin setiresi uzun eteği çamur
    Katip uykudan uyanmış gözleri mahmur.
    Katip benim, ben katibin el ne karışır
    Katibime kolalı da gömlek ne güzel yakışır.

  94. Trophywife

    That makes it all the funnier!

  95. zumm

    @kinkeeme no they don't. from what i can make out, the first one she's trying to say goes "ben esmeri fıstık ile kervansarayda...", translates to something like "I [feed] the brunette with nuts at the caravansarai". it's not really a saying, but a very distorted version of lyrics of another song.

    the second one is "amaan, peştemalı giyiyorsun ...[wtf?!]" - the first part talks about wearing a clothpiece, but all I know about the second part is that it's NOT about a fat man's belly.. :)

  96. Trophywife

    Do those "sayings" actually mean what she says they mean?

  97. Juji Grace

    what a a woman! inspiration...There is only 1 Catwoman Batman mulitlinual talented

  98. Imren

    @003nkodt actually it's "lokum doldurdum",but she isn't saying it clear.
    It's a part of the sentence "Mendilimin içine lokum doldurdum" and it means "I filled Turkish delight (candy) in my kerchief.

  99. Ola Sula

    @isezdi Aha thnx, i've tried lokum from Turkey,and it is delicious.

  100. isezdi

    @003nkodt
    Thats lokum doldurdum. "i filled with lokum (turkish delight)"