La New Beat (English translation)

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La New Beat

Mesdames et messieurs,
Et maintenant…
 
Un siècle avant Jésus-Christ,
Les romains fatigués du French-Cancan
Découvrent un nouveau son venu d'ailleurs
La Beat !
Non, New Beat !
La Beat !
Non, New Beat !
La Beat !
 
Et Jules César
Que pensait il de tout ça ?
Il courait dans les couloirs
De son grand palais de marbre blanc
En criant « Qui a volé mon falzar ? »
 
Et Cléopatra, sa nana,
Elle aussi courrait dans les couloirs,
De son grand palais de marbre blanc
En criant « Qui va danser avec moi …
… la Beat ? »
Non, New Beat !
La Beat !
 
Spartacus, Caligula, ha ha ha
Ben-Hur, la légion, les soldats,
La Beat, nous voilà ! Ouaaaaaaais !!!
La Beat, nous voilà ! Ouaaaaaaais !!!
 
Et Néron complétement fou,
Jettait des Confetti's du balcon
De son grand palais de marbre blanc.
Et pendant que Rome brûlait,
Il jouait sur sa flûte en plastique
du beat
Non, New Beat !
 
Jules César, Cléopatra, Ben-Hur, Caligula,
Les soldats, la légion, Néron,
Tous dansaient la beeaaat !
Non, New Beat !
La Beat !
Non, New Beat !
La Beat !
Non, New Beat !
La Beat !
Non, New Beat !
La Beat !
 
Submitted by SaintMark on Thu, 11/10/2018 - 07:49
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English translation

The new beat

Ladies and Gentlemen !
And now....
 
One century before Jesus Christ
Tired of (dancing) the french Cancan
Discovered a new sound from elsewhere
The beat ! (1)
No, new beat!
The beat!
No, new beat!
The beat!
 
And Julius Caesar
What was he thinking about al this ?
He was running through the corridors
of his big white palace of marble
He shouted: Who stole my pants ?
 
And Cleopatra, his lover
She also ran through the corridors
Of his big white marble palace
Yelling: Who will dance with me ?
.... the beat ?
No! New beat !
The beat !
 
Spartacus and Caligula, ha ha ha
Ben-Hur, the legion, the soldiers
The beat, here we go, Yeeeeees !
 
And nero, completely mad
Was throwing confetti from the balcony
of his big white marble palace
and while rome was burning
he was playing on his plastic flute
the beat..
no, new beat !
 
Julius Caesar, Cleopatra, ben-Hur, Caligula
The soldiers, the legion, Nero
everybody danced the beat!
No, new beat!
The beat!
No, new beat!
The beat!
No, new beat!
The beat!
No, new beat!
The beat!
 
His brother's name was Jubal; he was the father of all
who play stringed instruments and pipes. (Genesis 4:21)
Submitted by SaintMark on Thu, 11/10/2018 - 09:36
Author's comments:

TL
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(1) 'La beat', an english noun with a french article, sounds exactly like 'la bite' which means 'the dick' in french.
the french have always loved to make fun of the romans, since they invaded france in Julius Caesar's Gallic wars.
(Asterix Comics etc.)

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