Why do songs sound better in English?

24 Apr

Infla la mermelada
Ínflala
Mientras tus pies golpean
Y la mermelada se infla mirala quiere saltar
No quiero
Un lugar donde dormir
Pone tu cola en el piso esta noche
Hace mi dia
Hace mi dia
Ha-hace mi di- hace mi dia
De- infla la mermelada inflala de infla, infla la mermelada
Infla infla infla infla infla

5 Responses to “Why do songs sound better in English?”

  1. Anabella April 24, 2011 at 1:46 pm #

    JAJAJAJAJAJAJAJA es muy comico!

  2. Donigan Merritt April 24, 2011 at 2:00 pm #

    Hilarious. You may have had your tongue in your cheek, but this is true for many songs. But seems to me that French songs sound better in French, and German songs sound better in German, etc. And I do think songs created in English sound better in English. I guess the point is, music is best in the language in which it was conceived and composed. I really like the French song, Je suis malade. I heard a version in English and it was stupid, couldn’t get past 30 seconds of it.

  3. Anonymous November 30, 2011 at 11:10 pm #

    No! Genial JAJAJA me rei muchisimo

  4. Olivia April 28, 2012 at 6:36 pm #

    Hello i live in france but i am born in Tucuman, in argentina, i hope a day to return in argentina to discover the country where i have live when i was young.
    I have not know a lot of this country, because my parents came back in france when i was 3 years old..

    Rosecalamine.blogspot.com

  5. tom December 14, 2014 at 8:52 am #

    mmmm

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