I was looking at and listening to the song at https://lyricstranslate.com/en/les-jumo-c-show-lyrics.html. They do some pseudo-phonetic spelling.
Obviously "C Show" is "C'est chaud" and "Les Jumo" are "Les Jumeaux" , and "zoomer" is standard French (the first syllable assumes English phonetics and the second French phonetics, and that appears to be the standard French pronunciation for that word).
But I got stuck on one word, which is written in the lyrics as "wayner" but sounds like "oigner" - but as far as I can tell there is no such word as "oigner" in French. I'll be pleased if someone can tell me what that word actually is.
I wonder how the empty message above this one came about. I suspect MS has overriden my default browser again.
"Oigner" is the infinitive of verbs such as 'oindre', more informations here : https://cnrtl.fr/definition/dmf/oigner
Mostly used in a religious way however
Thanks Léopold. I guess my ears are still working - I was worried that I was losing my ability to hear French when I couldn't find the word anywhere.
I think that website will be great help to me now that you've shown me it, the online TLF and the various dictionaries that I use when needed seem rather lacking when contrasted with Spain's DLE or the UK's OED, but I suspect that using that site when neccessary will make up for that.