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أغان باللغات الأجنبية

外语歌曲 (Wàiyǔ gēqǔ)

BRANI IN LINGUA STRANIERA

آهنگ های زبان های خارجی‎

vreemde taal liedjes

estrangeiros canções linguagem

外国語の歌 (Gaikoku-go no uta)




Wish I could fit all that in the title!!! But, yes, I'm looking for foreign language music! Can anyone recommend anything upbeat and fun! I'm not into the country genre or screamo, but I'm into most everything else :)

thanks!




 

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Tokio Hotel, Carla Bruni, and Lacuna Coil
 

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Darn. You said upbeat and fun. Why didn't I read the whole thread before translating this :)

Well, now you will have to suffer for my lack to attention to detail. Sorry <3

[video=dailymotion;x2bch8]http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2bch8_freundeskreis-leg-dein-ohr-auf-die_music[/video]

Put your ear to the track of history

Many peopel shy away from history
history
4 boring hours per week in school
or something that happened long ago
far away

ninteenhundredseventythree Birth year important for me
also historically because it became clear that the CIA was a whore
Chile assassination many deaths in the end
tragic for the pillar was the Unidad Popular
C-I-A Chile is American
Victor Jara sung in Spanish his voice warning
forget not the dead forget not the dictatorial despots
ninteenhundredseventythree
my mother pressed birthed and loved me
holds me to her brest feeds and sooths me all the while
mother with son in kambodscha saw the shot too late
like me he'd now be twentythree

Refrain:
You're just a part of it so get to the heart of it
cause if you don't go you won't know
you're just a part of it get to the heart of it
cause if you don't go you never ever gonna know

I was an ABC hotshot around eighty
you read about ABC artillery in the news and a fight breaks out
and europe is chosen as the battlefield for power in this world
your grandpa perhaps thought of "back then" when he too marched on the street

eightythree fear spreads and three years later tschernobyl
let it be a warning to those who still want nuclear power
do you know the pictures of disformed babies through chemistry
do you know the palaces of the millionairs in the industry
we played soccor outside when the first rain came
it was chance that we were from a better off neighborhood
I think of kurdistan Halabja and something in me breaks
after half a century once again german poison gas kills

Refrain

We were eighten antifacists with intifadal scarf (no idea) and army parkas
it was andy who drew on the school wall that night
NO meant was the intervention in Iraq
which did cost the lives of many
andy was croatian who betrayed his country his father thought
because he prefered to practice with a spray can rather than killing with grenades
only our hearts glowed with the riots in us cities
our candles glowed for asylum in a candle-chain (or whatever you call that)
and if they needed it among us the arsonists out for votes
I know what tracy chapman sang for Mandela
Talkin' bout the revolution
put your ear to the tracks of history

Refrain

anything is connected to anything
is connected to anything is connected to anything
cause you is all and all is you
is you is all is all is you is you is all
anything anything anything

To make up for it, though. Here, a Day at the Ocean.

 
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Mandarin:
因為你 - 方大同 Khalil Fong

Cantonese:
柳暗花明 - 王菀之 Ivana Wong

Japanese:
世界に一つだけの花 - 槇原敬之
(it will make you feel like the world is full of hopes)

Korean:
LOVE GIRL - CNBLUE

French:
Je ne sais pas - Joyce Jonathan
 

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Some nice visuals there...especially Nancy!
Yeah I didn't even mean to post music with specifically beautiful women lol. It just sort of happened that way I guess. At least I have good taste:wink:
 

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Spanish

Alejandro Sanz​


JD Natasha​


Belinda​


Dulce María​



French

Emilie Simon​


Yann Tiersen​


Serge Gainsbourg​


Manu Chao​



German

Rammstein​


Die Ärzte​



Egypt

Amr Diab​




Italian

Tiziano Ferro​


Laura Pausini​


Eros Ramazzotti​


Andrea Bocelli​


Brazilian

Tribalistas​


Seu Jorge​


Ivete Sangalo​


Vanessa da Mata​

 

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delicious K-pop:





 
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I tried to find some upbeat songs, hope you enjoy it:

Japanese





Korean





Portuguese



I don't know if this one counts because it's an instrumental piece, but well, at least it's upbeat.


Dutch



German



Italian

 

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They probably only speak one, but it's the universal one.
 
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