Igorrr - Vegetable Soup lyrics request

  • Artist: Igorrr
  • Song: Vegetable Soup
  • Language: Unknown

Hello, people! I know, there are perhaps many languages, but together we could transcribe it for sure! Regular smile
Can someone recognize, which languages are used here: 3:10-3:36 Arabic? Makedonian? Other?
We have for a moment some French and Arabic words, the music seams to be similar perhaps with the Romanian folk theme: "Să moara dusmanii"...
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I've tried to transcrypt the first part of lyrics as russian... Dear russian speakers: TRY to understand this - a foreigner speaks... Not only hear it - it's not enough! - try to feel into... For me it's about preparing and eating (see the official title). It sounds as if someone tried to speak russian language without knowing Russian, pronouncing quite bad. On the beginning it's like a recipe or instruction, how to cook dumplings:

хочеш хантов вертать мелко (Russian?) - if you will grind finely...what?
какие клонжи - bump grows
нервно в щеках а я - (it) gets nervous in his mouth/anxiety on the cheeks
ёбаный жег горя, мужчина - a fucking flame of fire, man
вареники горят - dumplings brew on the lips
лежит до варе - put in boiling water
голых то/бог - and the cooked (dumplings)
зря/жгёт на жбегле - you will put on a fork
кормиш, мужчина - and you feed men / and you eat, man
море затнарье
я ла ла ла
нет верно меньше
кухня рідна / native cuisine (Ukrainian)

شُربة خُضار / chorbet khodaar (Arabic)

3:10-3:36 ...(?)

Merci, madame! (French)

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Asphyxia    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 16:58

It's a solo project, of a French producer named Gautier Serre, also known as Igorrr.
He combines many different genres such as death metal, electronic music, break-core, trip hop, baroque ...etc. all together in a single piece such as "Vegetable Soup" .
After all it's a soup of music mashed up somehow.

Radu Robert    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:04

Thanks for the info , yeah but the chicken though :)) too dope
I also listen to rock In this Moment The pretty reckless but this song it gives me in the first part 1 min
or so a really weird feeling vibe , a dark one.. By the way you know what the lyrics are about ?
it's a mixture of languages there ?

zanzara    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 18:00

Hi Asphyxia, do you hear here any arabic words?

Asphyxia    Fri, 24/11/2017 - 09:06

I didn't!! Where??

zanzara    Fri, 24/11/2017 - 14:02

Here;) In this song of Igorrr. SandyM have found شُربة خُضار allready in 2:04. He was only not sure, if the woman sings in Arabic, or not...

Asphyxia    Mon, 27/11/2017 - 15:28

You just made my day!! :P:P

zanzara    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:13

Igorrr is a genius... It does not matter that it actually compiles everything as dj - his music often blows the brain away. Regular smile

Radu Robert    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:14

In a funny way yes :))) funny and creepy at the same time
Edit that chicken though i can't get it out of my head LOOL

zanzara    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:25

Robert, can you understand what's going on here? Is it Romanian?

Super Girl    Mon, 27/11/2017 - 15:45

This song is in Russian, but there might be some Arabic too :-) Interesting „soup”. Add it to Russian transcription request, so we will find out what is he singing about. I am curious :-)

zanzara    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:16

Really? Russian should I understand, but this I do not...

Super Girl    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:19

Yes, I can hear many languages, but definitely some Russian and some folkloric Romanian songs.

Radu Robert    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:19

Salutare ce mai faci!? Regular smile Sunt mai multe limbi am impresia nu numai rusa Parca am auzit araba pe acolo si rusa in mare parte

Super Girl    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:23

Salutare! :-) Imi bat capul cu Igorrr :-D Pe Youtube cineva comenteaza că tot ceea ce se spune in cantec e „vegetable soup” in mai multe limbi, inclusiv araba, rusă. Cred ca ai dreptate.

zanzara    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:26

OK, it could be perhaps russian, but the singer does not speak Russian. He try it here probably for the first time...;)

Radu Robert    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:25

Zanzara is a drunlken chickeen Russian :)) but it also has some Russian alongside French and arabic

Radu Robert    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:23

Am auzit si Franceza like wtf :))Instrumentalul totusi e ceva gen "sa moara dusmanii: Aka Romania

Super Girl    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:24

Asta da, challenge pentru lyrics translate Regular smile

Radu Robert    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:26

Da oricum amuzanta rau dar la inceput totusi dupa instrumentalu ala lautaresc devine putin creepy dupa care intra gaina si sunt done' sa zic asa ...

zanzara    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:33

If you hear something familiar here - Romanian or French, please write it in comments. I change the language for Arabic or even other language, what shuld I know ...;) It IS possible to complete it. :))

Radu Robert    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:37

I've heard "merci madame" at the final of the song is french Regular smile lt also has Arabic language and Russian it's a mix i think Edit About the chicken solo at the minute 2:09 i don't know it's language:)

zanzara    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:46

I do not know what the chicken says, but happy is he not - it's certain. Regular smile
I've hanged it for russian already...

Radu Robert    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:50

It's funny the chicken part You can edit i can assure you it has also France language at the end of the song it says 2 words Regular smile the france language

zanzara    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:57

You mean this "čorbic jodar"? I would say it sounds like Spanish or Gaelic...

Radu Robert    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 17:57

i mean at the end of the song the "merci madame"

zanzara    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 18:02

Yeah, this is probably only one recognizable or properly pronounced sentence...

Radu Robert    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 18:07

I'm not sure abouth the arabic language though..at min 2:41 can be in arabic not sure..i've heard someone about this one ..

zanzara    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 18:27

I've asked Asphyxia already, if it could be Arabic - she knows this language...And tryed to take down the "russian". Quite strange, only one sentence make sence...

Sandy M    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 18:26

Hi, you are right, at min 2:41 is Arabic "شُربة خُضار" which means « vegetable soup ». the word « masaari » which means « money » can be heard as well, but I couldn’t decipher if what follows is Arabic

zanzara    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 19:02

Thank you a lot! Regular smile Could you transliterate this arabic "vegetable soup" to latin script?

Sandy M    Thu, 23/11/2017 - 18:41

Very welcome Regular smile "vegetable soup" would be pronounced in dialectal Arabic as heard in the song as “chorbet khodaar”

Francisco Castaño    Sat, 09/12/2017 - 02:01

So what about the main lyrics? I'm very curious about that and it's not russian, (there are phonemes like 'ą' or 'ę', proper of other slavic languages like polish)
I investigated and I found out something about the chiken solo: that 'sample' sounds on a farmer song for children, called 'piejo kury piejo', whose lyrics are from a lesser polish country dialect Regular smile -> https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8G_W2Fx0Vg

I point that these creepy words of death (that said something like smért (death)) could be silesian (?) or rusyn (?). Actually not sure...
Can you guys find czech influences or evidence something else?
if you pay attention on the lyrics there's a segmentable word: ardija (or ardia), (also ardije, ardiją, ardiję)

What a riddle! haha

zanzara    Sat, 09/12/2017 - 23:00

Polish is it not, for sure...Any silesian, ukraine or czech...except somebody try to speak without to know this languages. I've wrote down, what could I heare there, it sounds for me like russian.

stoneowl    Thu, 21/12/2017 - 16:16

Definitely not Russian, not Ukrainian and not Belarusian.

Alexander Laskavtsev    Fri, 27/04/2018 - 08:45

I will recategorize this into "unknown". I hear something like Hebrew here, but who knows?

zanzara    Tue, 08/05/2018 - 07:29

If it could be russian/bulgarian=slavian - a text set with dictionary by a foreigner - I see in the text somehing like an instruction on how to boil dumplings or preapring and eating of them:
хочеш хантов вертать (растереть? пережевать?) мелко - if you will grind finely...(what?) or if you will to chew on finely
кое то клонжи, нервно в щеках, ай аа! - bump grows, it gets nervous? in the mouth, ouch!/ panic in the jaws
ёбаный жег горя, мужчина - a fucking flame of fire/burning fire, man
вареники горят - dumplings boil/cook or burn on the mouth or are hot
(по)ложит до вари - put in boiling water or they were inserted into a boiling water
готовых пирог зарядиш на жбегле? - and the cooked (dumplings) you will put on a fork
и кормиш, мужчина - and you feed men / and you eat, man
море затнарье?
я ла ла ла
нет, верно мне ещё - no, for me a bit more
кухня рідна / native cuisine (Ukrainian)

stoneowl    Sat, 28/04/2018 - 08:44

I don’t think this has anything to do with Russian.

Here’s what I hear in the first two lines:
ғащеқ ғантым ерсань менка ае клоньҗе ердан щекағанты я-а-а

I.e. I don’t hear what you’ve written at all.

Alexander Laskavtsev    Sun, 29/04/2018 - 05:03

Your attempt is nice, but, as an (almost) native russian speaker, I'm sorry to say, that everything of the overmentioned is "притянуто за уши", as Russians say. Even if we have presupposed that this is a very broken Russian language, the recognized words wouldn't have had any sense in one sentence.

Maybe it is reversed lyrics?)

sandring    Sun, 29/04/2018 - 09:19

First of all, guys, there is not a single Russian word, corrupted or not. Besides, madam sings in the same language but she's evidently a native speaker. To me, it all sounds Bosnian and at the end he says "Barbie (?) Khudar" Khudar is vegetable soup in Pakistan, Egypt, Turkey and other countries

zanzara    Tue, 08/05/2018 - 07:38

"chorbet khodaar" we've already deciphered, problem is, that nobody so far can recognize the language, in which the lady sings "in Bosnian" in 3:10-3:36...

Olyasys    Sun, 29/04/2018 - 09:29

Вареники горят LMFAAAAOOOO:)))))))
Nope, neither Russian, nor Ukrainian, Bosnian-Serbo-Croatian.

Beate Liebold    Sun, 29/04/2018 - 09:41

Khudar means vegetables in Arabic, and is derived from green ☺

Beate Liebold    Sun, 29/04/2018 - 10:17

Couldn't it be some kind of Romani? To me it sounds like Gypsy folklore. Or it is just another joke by Igorr and some kind of electronically made-up language.