How to Talk Like An American and Make as Much Sense as Some.

How to Talk Like An American and Make as Much Sense as Some.

This is so cool. How in the world did they memorize the lyrics?

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13 thoughts on “How to Talk Like An American and Make as Much Sense as Some.

  1. angloswiss

    LOL I had never heard that one before, and had to laugh. I know Celentano’s music quite well.
    Was wondering if you know Paolo Conte who likes to sing with some english words mixed in. I am a great fan of his and even went to a concert he had in Bern. I must say he mixes the english a liittle more refined into his music than Celentano.


    1. lifelessons Post author

      I’m American and I didn’t understand a word but it felt so much like I should.To capture the cadence of a language with nonsense syllables is amazing. I did this once to a small degree in a story once and I know how hard it is. And my few lines of pretend French in no way captured the genius of this work of art.

      Liked by 1 person


    I have several musician friends from other countries who sing, mostly Jazz, in English, Spanish, and French which I enjoy, One friend, Giulia Millanta, who is “un cantante italiano” from Milan Italy speaks and sings in several languages, especially English, all perfectly, with NO accent~! She tours most of Europe about once a year. She is well educated, her father having been a professor at Universita Deglistudio di Milano.

    I sent her and others this clip and she who admires Celentano, liked it too~!

    You may enjoy her Jazz.



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