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Wordplay songs

Created by Stefano8 on 17 Dec 2018 | Last edited by Stefano8 on 04 Jan 2019

Songs revolving around wordplay, jokes, puns, double entendres, and any other funny way to use language.

Slang can be so weird in its double meanings.
This song explores some funny ones.

Translations:  Italian

Getting something to eat can be very hard when all you can get is funny misunderstandings.

Translations:  English

A girl is eating pizza with her boyfriend; its mispronunciation as "pija" (dick) is what the song revolves around.

Translations:  English

Double entendre on "poner": a man tying his tie, or a woman having sex?

Translations:  English

Once again on "poner": a visit at the dentist’s, or sex?

Translations:  English

A girl with a "heart disease" needs an "injection".

Translations:  English

Joking about "roncha" {swelling on somebody's skin} and "concha" {pussy}.

Translations:  English

The expression "me lame" {lick me} gets personified; add some slang words, and you get a spicy situation.

Translations:  English

Certain names/surnames can be plain by themselves, and become funny when they are juxtaposed.

Translations:  English

A man is unsure which of his three neighbors to marry; all three have equivocal names.

Translations:  English

"How are those animals of your relatives doing?" is not an innocent question about farm animals.

Translations:  English Spanish

Idioms are hard to translate sometimes. When you just take them literally, they can be funny or puzzling.

Translations:  Spanish English
Song | German Dota

A piratess made a map of where she buried her "Schatz" {treasure}; however, "Schatz" has more than one meaning.

Translations:  English

A bird taking shelter in a church starts a series of spicy misunderstandings.

Translations:  Polish Italian English

The singer is approached by a fan interested in all his qualities, not just the intellectual ones.

Translations:  English

A playful way to teach Latvian children (or learners of the Latvian language) the Latvian alphabet. The song is constructed in a way that every consecutive word should begin with the consecutive letter of the alphabet. The funny, cheerful video possibly makes the learning easier. The video contains subtitles in English.

Translations:  French Russian Polish
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Azalia    Fri, 04/01/2019 - 10:55

A playful way to teach Latvian children (or learners of the Latvian language) the Latvian alphabet. The song is constructed in a way that every consecutive word should begin with the consecutive letter of the alphabet. The funny, cheerful video possibly makes the learning easier. The video contains subtitles in English.
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