“Dingue dingue dingue” (Crazy, crazy, crazy) is Christophe Maé’s new single, and is currently very popular in France. Check out the French lyrics and English translation, plus an explanation of the phrases and vocabulary, after the jump!
This song was the lead single off Mon Paradis by Christophe Maé. I find it incredibly catchy, and probably a bit insightful. Video, French lyrics, and English translation and explanation of phrases, after the jump.
“Je veux tout” is a totally catchy song from Québecois artist Ariane Moffatt. I have her album Tous les sens (downloaded on Canadian iTunes) and I really, really like it. It also won the 2009 Juno award for Francophone album of the year, so the Juno judges clearly liked it as well. For those of you who don’t know, the Juno Awards honour Canadian musicians and other artists in the Canadian music industry.
Any way, to the song. It is great for learning as Ariane sings clearly and slowly. The video, French lyrics, English translation, and an explanation of the vocabulary are all after the jump.
“Moi… Lolita” is a popular French song by the young Alizée and was like the “Hit me baby one more time” of the French-speaking world. It was the immensely popular début single from Alizée, who was just 16 when the single was released (how very Britney Spears). The French lyrics, English translation, explanation of the phrases, and the video, are after the jump.
“Parce qu’on ne sait jamais” (English: “Because we never know”) is my favourite track on “Mon paradis,” by Christophe Maé, so I thought I should share it. The lyrics, translation, video, and explanation of the phrases and vocabulary are all after the jump.