I used Google to translate the lyrics:
No yellow ribbon around the oak tree (title)
You probably still remember the song by Dawn:
about the man who was released from jail.
He wrote to his wife: "When I am released, and you still want me,
then tie a ribbon around the oak tree.
If I see that, I get off the bus.
If not, I will disappear from your life. "
But if you imagine that would happen today,
the police would soon be at her door.
"Ma'am, why is that ribbon there? What does that mean?
Before you know it, an accident will happen
because a lot of drivers will be distracted so quickly
and then they will lose control of the vehicle."
She then says: "But gentlemen, that ribbon must be there.
My husband will be coming home soon and that ribbon is a signal.
If that ribbon isn't there, he won't come home.
He'll think I don't want him anymore! "
"That's your bad luck," says the policeman, "but I still say
that the ribbon has to be removed; this afternoon please."
The woman refuses and so she is arrested.
A neighbor sees that and thinks: Is that how they do things???
He knows what to do and waits for the bus.
And when the man is in it, he tells him
what has been taken away by the hermandad.
"Come with me!" he says. "You have not failed yet!!!"
The bus stops with squeeking brakes.
And they get off near the police station.
"Say, is it true that my wife is being held here?" the man asks.
The sergeant sighs deeply and then says:
"But I have bad news..." And he shakes his head...
"Your wife has just taken her own life."