Always reminds me of "The Joker" by the Steve Miller Band, "really love your peaches ... want to shake your tree."
"Ta me gra do peitseoga ..." That's as far as I can puzzle out so far, is it right? Maybe another couple of months I'll take a stab at " ... I want to shake your tree."
how do you tell the difference between peitseog and pheitseog (I don't have accents)? I thought the h came from there being na or an before the noun, but that isn't true here. Does it have something to do with the gender of the noun, and if so, how to you tell what gender the noun is?