Who sings the song Aquarius

A wild Aquarius is free

A wild Aquarius is free,
From the mountain to the sea
He is free for the Queen of Engelland,
About the beautiful Dorothee.

He had a bridge built of gold
From the mountain to the sea
They should go for a walk
The beautiful Dorothee.

She was probably going up and down the bridge,
From the mountain to the sea
Until he took her into the water
The beautiful Dorothee.

She lived in the water for seven years
From the mountain to the sea
Until she bore seven young sons,
The beautiful Dorothee.

And when she stood at the cradle
From the mountain to the sea
Then she heard the bells of Engelland,
The beautiful Dorothee.

She asked the wild Aquarius
From the mountain to the sea
If they could go to church in England,
The beautiful Dorothee.

"If you want to go to church in England,
From the mountain to the sea
So you must take your seven young sons with you,
You beautiful Dorothee. "

And when she came to church
From the mountain to the sea
Everything that was in the church declined
From the beautiful Dorothee.

"Oh people, my dear people,
Why do you all bow to me?
I'm just the wild, wild water woman
I poor Dorothee. "

And when she came out of church
From the mountain to the sea
There stood the wild, wild Aquarius
Probably in the church door.

"Do you want to go into the water with me?
From the mountain to the sea
Or would you prefer to stay here in the churchyard
You beautiful Dorothee? "

"Before I go into the water with you,
From the mountain to the sea
I would much rather stay here in the churchyard
I poor Dorothee. "

He drew a sword from its sheath,
From the mountain to the sea
And stabbed the wild, wild water woman,
After the beautiful Dorothee.

And where a drop of blood jumped
From the mountain to the sea
An angel stood there every morning and sang
From the beautiful Dorothee.

Folk song from East Prussia