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Old 02-04-2004, 01:41 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Does anyone speak French?

Does anyone know what this means??

I like this song, but I have no clue what it is actually saying... to simpify my question, if I knew a girl called Angela, who could speak French, would it be a good idea to send her this song?


Supa Saian Crew - Angela

[Sir Samuel]
Ou pé pa sav', ki gen mwen aimé
Lé ou ka di mwen ou excité
Ké en mwen ka pèd cadence lé ou ka allongé
Cow aw en lé mwen, jiska demain
Mmew vlé senti po aw satin
Nou cétain nou ké lass' démain matin

[Leeroy]
Illico j'mets l'turbo, j'adore quand tu m'dis :
"Leeroy, c'est toi l'plus beau, t'es celui qu'j'préfère,
Celui qui m'fait grimper au rideau, à n'importe quelle heure et
Dans n'importe quel studio, tout l'monde sait qu'tu connais
Toutes le ses-po, donc on t'aime trop
On sait tous qu'avec toi, on passera des moments très chaud"
A chaque fois qu'tu t'sens seule, n'hésite pas, compose mon numéro
Toi-même tu sais qu'une fois d'plus, ce sera très chaud.

Refrain :
Angela, mwen ké fend' tchou aw
Pendan papaw pa la, Angela

[Vicelow]
Trop " chichi ", trop " hein hein ",
Angela me " tchip ", a peur du " hin hin "
Contraint je suis une contrainte, c'est par contrat moral
Qu'elle se retrouve contre un noir à lunettes " Vicelow "
Homme de zouk, homme de soukous, malhonnête ce coup-ci,
Si j'ai pas elle, j'ai sa cousine, elle est coup-ci, coup-ça,
Elle a grossi mais j'mettrai un coup à ça !

Refrain :
Angela, mwen ké fend' tchou aw
Pendan papaw pa la, Angela
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Old 02-04-2004, 03:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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that's not french, it's french spoken and written down by somebody with a BAD and inarticulate manner of speech.

That said...

[Sir Samuel]
Ou pé pa sav', ki gen mwen aimé
Lé ou ka di mwen ou excité
Ké en mwen ka pèd cadence lé ou ka allongé
Cow aw en lé mwen, jiska demain
Mmew vlé senti po aw satin
Nou cétain nou ké lass' démain matin



Ou pé pa sav', ki gen mwen aimé...
On ne peut pas savoir qui "gen mwen" aimé
--> We can't know who loved "gen mwen"

second line: blablabla or excited
third line: no idea
4th: after the comma: until tomorrow (jusqu'à demain)
last line: We are sure to be there tomorrow morning (Nous sommes certain ... là demain matin)



[Leeroy]
Illico j'mets l'turbo, j'adore quand tu m'dis :
"Leeroy, c'est toi l'plus beau, t'es celui qu'j'préfère,
Celui qui m'fait grimper au rideau, à n'importe quelle heure et
Dans n'importe quel studio, tout l'monde sait qu'tu connais
Toutes le ses-po, donc on t'aime trop
On sait tous qu'avec toi, on passera des moments très chaud"
A chaque fois qu'tu t'sens seule, n'hésite pas, compose mon numéro
Toi-même tu sais qu'une fois d'plus, ce sera très chaud.


This is alot better already

Illico, I go into overdrive (prolly something less literal here ), I love it when you say to me:
Leeroy, you are the most beautiful, you're the one I prefer, the one that makes me climb into the curtains, no matter what the time.
No matter in what studio, everybody knows you've got all the 'ses-po'/moves down, so you're too popular.
They all know that with you, they'll experience alot of passion/heat.
If ever you feel alone, don't hesitate and dial my number.
You'll see that passion will appear once more.



Refrain :
Angela, mwen ké fend' tchou aw
Pendan papaw pa la, Angela

1st line:
2nd line: while daddy isn't home, Angela




[Vicelow]
Trop " chichi ", trop " hein hein ",
Angela me " tchip ", a peur du " hin hin "
Contraint je suis une contrainte, c'est par contrat moral
Qu'elle se retrouve contre un noir à lunettes " Vicelow "
Homme de zouk, homme de soukous, malhonnête ce coup-ci,
Si j'ai pas elle, j'ai sa cousine, elle est coup-ci, coup-ça,
Elle a grossi mais j'mettrai un coup à ça !


Too much "chichi" and too much "hein hein"
Angela, my "tchip" is afraid of the 'hin hin' (not really helping, is it )
Constrained, I am a constraint, it's by moral obligation
that she finds herself in front of a black man with sunglasses, 'Vicelow',
zouk-man, soukous-man, dishonest
If I don't have her, I have her cousin,
She's gained weight, but I'll put a stop to that!




it's not exactly french in that song, sorry somehow it sounds like somebody from Zaïre speaking French with a horrible accent. To me at least
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Old 02-04-2004, 05:29 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Someone told me it was creole or something like that. I guess just like American or British rap uses a lot of slang, French rappers probably use a lot of French slang as well.
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Old 02-04-2004, 05:31 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Yikes.. that's not French.
That's the French equivalent of ebonics...
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Old 02-04-2004, 06:55 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Sounds about as romantic as American rap...

Quote:
Angela, mwen ké fend' tchou aw
I'll bet the second and third words are really "au moins que", or "at least". The rest of the line is unintelligible.

ALSO like American rap!!
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Old 01-31-2006, 01:50 PM   #6 (permalink)
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hi, im spanish and i can speak a little frech, well thats not french, but it sais something like: Angela im going to introduce my dick in your ass when your father isn't there... Angelaaa.... (angela mwen ké fend' tchou aw pendan papaw pa la) it also talks about their love...


i'm sorry about my english... i did as best as i could
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Old 01-31-2006, 02:02 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Sounds Creole or a pidgin sort of French from Africa.
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Old 01-31-2006, 02:09 PM   #8 (permalink)
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Sorry dude, I'm not touching that. You're on your own.

It makes my french teacher cry. And she passed about 7 years ago now, rest her soul.
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Old 02-01-2006, 04:07 PM   #9 (permalink)
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I'll second (third? fourth?) the notion that it doesn't appear to be Quebecois or Parisian French. It's possibly Creole, but I neither speak nor understand Creole, so I'm afraid I can't be of any help. Hell, even Google could only translate two of the words in the line I fed it (the words being Pa and Angela).

My French is only "conversational", so it's possible that someone widely fluent may recognize a little more (I'll ask ophelia783 about it tonight after class). Honestly, if that's correctly copied down, I'll admit I've never even SEEN some (most) of those words, and I've been in French for 5-6 years, go to Montreal regularly, and visited France a few years back!
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Old 02-01-2006, 04:20 PM   #10 (permalink)
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have you looked to see if the band has a website and/or if they have the lyrics somewhere online
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Old 02-01-2006, 04:25 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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wow. and i thought i was bad at writing french. this is not french, some part are but most of it is weird words or spelling that i do not know. sounds like something from another country. not canada french. maybe some africa country or something.

Nisses did a pretty good translation.
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Old 02-01-2006, 04:55 PM   #12 (permalink)
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In the United States, we no longer call it French, we now call it Freedom.

/end not-so-funny threadjack.
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Old 02-01-2006, 04:59 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by JumpinJesus
In the United States, we no longer call it French, we now call it Freedom.

/end not-so-funny threadjack.
No. That was funny.
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Old 02-01-2006, 08:11 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by JumpinJesus
In the United States, we no longer call it French, we now call it Freedom.

/end not-so-funny threadjack.
What's this about not-so-funny, had me laughing for a few minutes!

Anyway, as others have already said, that is most certainly not French in the standard sense. It could be Creole or something like French ebonics, but it's next to impossible to read and translate. Unless you're lucky enough to find some hip Cajun.
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Old 02-04-2006, 07:49 PM   #15 (permalink)
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I think that it's either Creole or Haitian French.

The only lines I recognize are the following:

Ou pé pa sav', ki gen mwen aimé loved
Lé ou ka di mwen ou excité or excited
Ké en mwen ka pèd cadence lé ou ka allongé lengthened
Cow aw en lé mwen, jiska demain until tomorrow
Mmew vlé senti po aw satin
Nou cétain nou ké lass' démain matin yesterday morning

[Leeroy]
Illico j'mets l'turbo, j'adore quand tu m'dis : I love it when you tell me
"Leeroy, c'est toi l'plus beau, t'es celui qu'j'préfère, Leeroy, you're the most handsome, the one that I prefer
Celui qui m'fait grimper au rideau, à n'importe quelle heure The one that makes me climb the curtains, at no matter what hour
et Dans n'importe quel studio, tout l'monde sait qu'tu connais And in no matter what apartment/studio, the whole world knows that you know
Toutes le ses-po, donc on t'aime trop So we love you too much
On sait tous qu'avec toi, on passera des moments très chaud" We know everything when we're with you, we'll spend some very hot moments
A chaque fois qu'tu t'sens seule, n'hésite pas, compose mon numéro At every time you feel alone, don't hesitate, call me
Toi-même tu sais qu'une fois d'plus, ce sera très chaud. You yourself know that one more time, it'll be very hot

Refrain :
Angela, mwen ké fend' tchou aw
Pendan papaw pa la, Angela

[Vicelow]
Trop " chichi ", trop " hein hein ",
Angela me " tchip ", a peur du " hin hin "
Contraint je suis une contrainte, c'est par contrat moral Constrained, I'm a constraint, it's by moral obligation
Qu'elle se retrouve contre un noir à lunettes " Vicelow "That she'd find herself against a black at glasses
Homme de zouk, homme de soukous, malhonnête ce coup-ci, Dishonest
Si j'ai pas elle, j'ai sa cousine, elle est coup-ci, coup-ça, If I don't have her, I'll have her cousin, she's okay
Elle a grossi mais j'mettrai un coup à ça ! She's gotten bigger but I'd still tap that! (seriously)

Refrain :
Angela, mwen ké fend' tchou aw
Pendan papaw pa la, Angela

Honestly, I wouldn't recommend sending it if you're trying to be romantic, since it sounds like a sexual rap song
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