Dionysos - La Petite Princesse aux seins écrasés (English translation)

English translation

The Little Princess with a Flattened Chest

Endressed in apple skin
She tartelises herself quiet
A pretty core in her skin dress
She tartelises herself quiet
One day she was apple-blossom-fragile
And she walked through the town
She sugared her breasts in attempt to seduce a man
 
She snowied glucose up to her eyelashes
As a cloud tart
She didn't seduce anyone
She snowied glucose up to her eyelashes and said to herself
 
What good it is to slice in a rush
Three clouds on the way {x2}
 
"Ola pretty junkie," said a Spaniard
Who firmly believed
That she must be sniffing glue
She suddenly burst into tears
Like an open cloud
Spraying her chest with a never-ending river
 
Her dress suddenly started, started to shrink
Quickly turning her into a pathetic core
From a fast breastary
She tried to sketch but it was too late
Her chest was flattened
 
What good is it to slice in a rush
Three clouds on the way {x6}
 
Submitted by jaimepapier on Thu, 17/05/2012 - 12:37
Added in reply to request by virula
Author's comments:

Correct me if I'm wrong, but the original lyrics make up a lot of words. Therefore, in turn, I have made up what I think the equivalent words would be in English.

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La Petite Princesse aux seins écrasés

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crimson_antics    Mon, 24/12/2012 - 23:49

You're right, there are a lot of made up words. My comments are mostly suggestions/explanations, but you don't have to change everything according to them either.

"Trognone dans sa robe de peau"
--> 'trognone' is actually used by some people, it means 'cute'. Considering the rest of the lyrics, maybe the author also used it because of the apple mataphore, so I think you could make up a word with 'core'. I'm not sure I understand why you put 'stalkette' ?

"Un jour qu'elle était à fleur de pomme"
--> Comes from 'à fleur de peau' [highly sensitive], I don't know if it's to possible to recreate this in English.

"En tant que tarte aux nuages"
--> 'As a...'

"Elle ne séduisit personne"
--> 'She didn't...'

"She snowied glucose up to her eyelashes and said"
--> '...and said to herself'

"What good is it to slice in a rush"
--> 'How good it is/feels'

"Quickly turning her into a pathetic stalk"
--> Once again, 'trognon' is more like 'core' than 'stalk'.