Idiomatic translations of "Five-O"
Meanings of "Five-O"
(Taken from the Urban Dictionnary). Short for police officers. Originated from the TV show Hawaii 5-0 which was a copp show in the 1970's. Hawaii is the 50th state, hence the nickname "5-0".
Désigne les policiers, une descente de police, ... . A l'origine, le nom dérive d'une série télévisée des années 70. Hawaii étant le 50ème Etat américain, le nom "five" (=5) et "o" (=0) découle de ce nombre.
"Five-O" i sångtexter
Iced out watch (ice), ridin' round ten o' clock (ten)
Ridin' round, geeked up, damn, think it's three o'clock (three)
Four o'clock (four), five o'clock, six o'clock (five)
I'm gon' pop, if I don't I'm back to the pot (whip)
We make the world better by sipping liquor in the kitchen,
We chain smoke under the broken range hood.
And past five o'clock in the morning when also the neighbors' booze has been drunk, it's good to go to bed when the world has been created anew
Sieben irreführende Behauptungen über meine Person
Sechs Autoscheinwerfer scheinen in meine Richtung
Five-O (Polizei) fragt mich, was ich im Besitz habe
(impliziert eventuelle Drogen)
Hear our voices that rise from the factories
Our proletarian voices that say we’re fed up
Fed up with getting up every day at five o’clock
To take a car, a train, parked like cattle
Flying at five o'clock, and people traveling and bags a lot.
I am between the farewell tears, and called back and last look.
I was making my decision.
What I need to do, is to eat my life