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Mrs Robinson (French translation)

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French translation

Mme Robinson

Et voici à toi, Mme Robinson
Jésus t'aime plus que tu le sais (Wo, wo, wo)
Que Dieu te bénisse svp, Mme. Robinson
Le paradis offre un place pour ceux qui prient
(Hey, hey, hey…hey, hey, hey)
 
Nous aimerions connaître un peu à propos de toi pour nos fichierss
Nous aimerions t'aider à apprendre à t'aider
Regardes autours de toi, tout ce que tu vois sont des yeux sympathiques
Promènes-toi autours du terrain jusqu'à ce que tu te sentes chez toi
 
Et voici à toi, Mme Robinson
Jésus t'aime plus que tu le sais (Wo, wo, wo)
Que Dieu te bénisse svp, Mme Robinson
Le paradis offre une place pour ceux qui prient
(Hey, hey, hey…hey, hey, hey)
 
Caches-le dans une cachette où personne ne va
Mets-le dans tes armoires avec tes petits gâteaux
C'est une secret, affaire aux Robinsons seulement
Surtout, tu dois le cacher des enfants
 
Coo, coo, ca-choo, Mme Robinson
Jésus t'aime plus que tu le sais (Wo, wo, wo)
Que Dieu te bénisse svp, Mme Robinson
Le paradis offre une place pour ceux qui prient
(Hey, hey, hey…hey, hey, hey)
 
Assise sur un sofa un dimanche après-midi
Allant au débat des candidats
Ris à son sujet, crie à son sujet
Quand tu dois choisir
Tout sens que tu regardes, tu perds
 
Où es-tu allé, Joe DiMaggio
Une nation seule tourne ses yeux vers toi (Woo, woo, woo)
Qu'as-tu dis, Mme Robinson
Joe secouant est parti et parti loin
(Hey, hey, hey…hey, hey, hey)
 
Submitted by bowlinthefish on Thu, 07/10/2010 - 05:58
Added in reply to request by laet69
English

Mrs Robinson

Comments
Mauler    Thu, 07/10/2010 - 06:11

Did you know, there are 16 songs referring to Joe diMaggio and Marilyn Monroe ;-)

Mauler    Wed, 13/10/2010 - 14:53

see wiki "Joe diMaggio" at the very bottom

Mauler    Thu, 14/10/2010 - 07:55

He was probably the only one of Marilyn's husbands who really loved her...

bowlinthefish    Thu, 14/10/2010 - 15:06

Well, I don't know much about her, but I know that she had had many husbands in her life: James Doughtry, Joe DiMaggio and Arthur Miller, and an affair with John F Kennedy...who knows? You could be right, she was a sex symbol and therefore there must have been many men chasing her...but apparently her turnoff was her diva attitude (I think she had one).

bowlinthefish    Thu, 14/10/2010 - 22:48

And anyways, what is the meaning of this song? The 5 first verses + the chorus make me think that the song is about a crazy woman (Mrs Robinson) in a sort of psychiatric hospital, but the Joe DiMaggio part really throws me off.

Mauler    Fri, 15/10/2010 - 05:38

Whenever I hear that song I think it's about an ordinary American housewife ;-) May I be wrong???

bowlinthefish    Fri, 15/10/2010 - 14:29

I think the sencond verse makes me think she isn't at home, but you could be right...I'm sure the meaning is posted somewhere on the internet.

turcanin    Wed, 14/12/2011 - 10:34

"An early version of the song appeared in the motion picture The Graduate (1967)" (with Anne Bancroft as Mrs. Robinson) "and its subsequent soundtrack, while the complete song debuted on their album Bookends (1968)".

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mrs._Robinson_(song)