Where did this phrase come from: “The music did not play for long, the fraer did not dance for long”?

Where does this phrase come from: "The music did not play for long, the fraer did not dance for long"?

  • This phrase is from an old and not very decent song. Such songs were sung in the zone. Of course, this song, as they say, cannot be published here in full, and you will have to cover too much with dots. But I can give you a couple of choruses.

    Where does this phrase come from: "The music did not play for long, the fraer did not dance for long"?

  • These are the words of a thieves song, meaning the end of some successful action or fun of a person to whom the speaker is condescending. Because he pronounces it "thug", and he calls a frayer a person who has nothing to do with the underworld))

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