Sholom aleychem! Could you prompt me, what does mean word "kolorayn, koloraynen"/"colorayn" perhaps?
The Barry Sisters have a song "Giss-Giss" which opens by this phrase: "Keyt a Idn schein kolorayn". My grand dad translated it to me many years ago, and I remembered he told me that means "beautiful ring of bells". But I found out that bell sounds in a different way in Yiddish... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gBlnX7Kx9Zo
A sheynem danke
Answer was found thanks to Yiddish community at Facebook.
In fact, the first line of the song is "Geyt a Yid in shenkl arayn..." = "A Jew walks into a pub..."
It turns out to be a Klezmer drinking song ;-)
Az men lebt, derlebt men!