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Rap Das Armas (Parapapa) (traducción al Inglés)

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traducción al Inglés

Weapons Rap (Parapapa)

Parapapapapapapapapa
Paparapaparapapara clack bum
Parapapapapapapapapa
 
Dendê Hill, it's hard to invade
We and the cops are going to have fun [exchanging fire]
Because I'll tell you how the things work in Dendê
Here, it's not easy even to the DRE
To come here, up in the hill, even the BOPE trembles
It's not easy to the Civil Army or Military Police
I give to my fellows the best support
But Dendê Hill is also God's land.
 
Faith in God, D.J.!
Let's go!
 
Parapapapapapapapapa
Parapapapapapapapapa
Paparapaparapapara clack bum
Parapapapapapapapapa
 
Dendê Hill, it's hard to invade
We and the cops are going to have fun [exchanging fire]
Because I'll tell you how the things work in Dendê
Here, it's not easy even to the DRE
To come here, up in the hill, even the BOPE trembles
It's not easy to the Civil Army or Military Police
I give to my fellows the best support
But Dendê Hill is also God's land.
 
One cop comes with an AR-15, and other with a 12-gauge shotgun in hand
One more with a pistol and another with two 38-caliber revolvers
One comes ahead with an URU submachine, guarding the police's van
There are two more in the rearguard, but with Glock in hands.
Friends that I don't forget and I don't leave them behind
Here come two fellows carrying 762 rifles
Firing into the air, just to test [the gun]
With INA-Ingratek rifle, UZI pistol or Winchester
'Cause they're bad bandit and nobody has job
With an AK-47 rifle and a shotgun in the other hand
This rap is cool, I tell you
Who are that guys carrying M16 rifles?
Neighbors have already said that can't stand them
There are .50 machine guns in the slum's entrance
And if you take a shot, will you scream?
Be one way or another, with .50 or .30
But if he's a cop, I don't leave for tomorrow
I kill this bastard, I shot him with a Pazan
'Cause these cops are all corrupt
They come with old guns, fire two shots, then flee in fear
If I don't have a gun, I kill him punching
And I end up this rap, detonating a grenade
 
Parapapapapapapapapa, thanks
Paparapaparapapara clack bum
 
One cop comes with an AR-15, and other with a 12-gauge shotgun in hand
One more with a pistol and another with two 38-caliber revolvers
One comes ahead with an URU submachine, guarding the police's van
There are two more in the rearguard, but with Glock in hands.
Friends that I don't forget and I don't leave them behind
Here come two fellows carrying 762 rifles
Firing into the air, just to test [the gun]
With INA-Ingratek rifle, UZI pistol or Winchester
Neighbors have already said that can't stand them
There are .50 machine guns in the slum's entrance
And if you take a shot, will you scream?
Be one way or another, with .50 or .30
This rap is cool, I tell you
Who are that guys carrying M16 rifles?
But if he's a cop, I don't leave for tomorrow
I kill this bastard, I shot him with a Pazan
'Cause these cops are all corrupt
They come with old guns, fire two shots, then flee in fear
If I don't have a gun, I kill him punching
And I end up this rap, detonating a grenade
 
Parapapapapapapapapa
Paparapaparapapara clack bum
Parapapapapapapapapa
 
Publicado por alexandresousamachado el Mar, 12/06/2012 - 16:52
Added in reply to request by alen
Comentarios del autor:

Glossary
- Morro do Dendê (Dendê Hill): favela; slum; shantytown in Rio de Janeiro.
- Alemão: slang; people who doesn't belong to the favela; in this context, it means the policemen.
- DRE (alias for "Divisão de Repressão a Entorpecentes"): division of narcotics enforcement; Federal Police's department.
- BOPE (alias for "Batalhão de Operações Policiais Especiais"): battalion of special police operations; elite force of Military Police.

There are many references to several kind of weapons in this song. These guns are often referenced only by their caliber (like "12" or ".50").

Portugués

Rap Das Armas (Parapapa)

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Comentarios
evfokas    Mié, 13/06/2012 - 09:34

Please enter the translation text alone in the translation field and any other additional information in the author's comments field

alexandresousamachado    Mié, 13/06/2012 - 13:49

I put the glossary together with the translation, because I didn't know if html tags would work in the comment field. Sorry and thanks! Wink smile