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Qu'est-ce que c'est

Discussion in 'Anything goes' started by Boom_70, Nov 17, 2012.

  1. Boom_70

    Boom_70 Well-Known Member

    Just heard The Taking Heads Psycho Killer and it got me thinking about songs that have foreign words in them.
  2. JR

    JR Active Member

  3. Big Circus

    Big Circus Well-Known Member

  4. TigerVols

    TigerVols Well-Known Member

  5. imjustagirl

    imjustagirl Active Member

  6. Riptide

    Riptide Well-Known Member

    Blondie, "Sunday Girl."

    From Wiki: "For Blondie's first greatest hits album The Best of Blondie in 1981, producer Mike Chapman created a special mix which incorporated one verse sung in French. The bilingual version appears on the 2002 compilation Greatest Hits."

    That special mix apparently hasn't made it to YouTube. Bastards.
  7. Bubbler

    Bubbler Active Member

    First one I thought of was LaBelle's Lady Marmalade, but since it was taken, I'll go with one that should be obvious.

    (It's Michelle by The Beatles. I won't leave you hanging with only a Youtube link.)

    (Mods: We should have a Youtube link option on SJ.)
  8. Baron Scicluna

    Baron Scicluna Well-Known Member

  9. Bubbler

    Bubbler Active Member


    (That's the first time those words have ever been put together in human history)

  10. ColdCat

    ColdCat Well-Known Member

    this count?
  11. Ronnie "Z-Man" Barzell

    Ronnie "Z-Man" Barzell Active Member

    Roxy Music - "Do The Strand" ("Laissez faire le strand!")

    A reverse example, Walloon French gibberish with two English lines, "You are the king of the divan!...I am the king of the divan!". What "the divan" is and how you can be the king of it is anyone's guess... Plastic Bertrand - "Ca Plane Pour Moi"
  12. Steak Snabler

    Steak Snabler Well-Known Member

    The Beatles' "Across the Universe" contains the Sanskrit chant: "Jai guru deva om."

    (If that was one of the YouTube videos linked above, I apologize).
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