"Hva' gør vi nu, lille du?" is one of 70's Danish rock band Gasolin's best-loved songs. It originally appeared as an add-on studio track to their 1976 live album Live sådan. The inspiration for the song was the demolition of a building where songwriter and singer Kim Larsen and his co-guitarist in the band, Franz Beckerlee, squatted along with another 80 people or so and they were subsequently evicted from. The song's title loosely translates into "Now what, my little friend?" and the case for this being Gasolin's prettiest song ever should be an easy one to win.
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