too many offensive words, there is no respect for woman in Brasil
Parado no Bailão (إلى الإنكليزية ترجم)
إلى الإنكليزية ترجمالإنكليزية
Standing at the prom
It's because I wanted so much her
She wouldn't give me attention
Made everything for her
To maintain a relation
And today we won't even talk...
I'm decided and is not for nothing
That I went to the Mandela
I standing at the prom, at the prom
She with her ass in the floor
And the ass in the floor, and the ass in the floor
 Probably a nightclub.
 This is the flashy of the song. It is a old fashioned way to say a nightclub. I translated it as prom, as originally it is meant to something like that.
 Originally almost a childlike way to the women's butt. It carries the idea of largeness.
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Parado no Bailão
ترجمة اسم الأغنية
MC L Da Vinte: Top 3
|1.||Parado no Bailão|
|2.||Desce com a bunda|
|3.||Eu taco fundo|
Usually I would think the same before, but, first, this isn't Brazil exclusivity, many USA songs do the same, like Wigle Wigle and so on.
Second, when you see how woman react to the songs, you realize it's not about respect but about depravation of society itself.
The source lyrics may have been updated as a result of duplicate merging. Please review your translation.
Oh my Brazil, what do I do with you?