Do you ever listen to non-English language songs while driving?
Only the nightcore version of Quand la musique est bonne
When the music is good?
I mean that is the literal translation but the song title is Nightcore- Quand La Musique Est Bonne
Spanish and Arabic are the most frequent alternate languages on my playlists
Wife was born in Cali, Colombia - so Salsa and Spanish Pop are on a regular rotation b
We have some am Spanish stations that I listen to now and then.
No. I have a hard enough time understanding the lyrics of most English songs!
I like Italian music
@Diogenes my favorites
Yes, instrumental music.
It doesn’t have any English
99 Luftballons comes to mind.
Haha. I have a Eurovision playlist with my favourite non-English songs being :
Ein bisschen Frieden
Some non ESC songs:
Quoi du neuf
Elle me dit
Love Sweden's Wiktoria with
As I Lay Me Down
Not With Me
(I know they are in English)
Love the German singer : Namika
Je ne parle pas français
Vitaa (French singer) and Indila (French as well):
Bienvenue à Paris
Also Aitana (Spain):
You have Eurovision songs but you left out Dschingus Khan
Way before my time. I only started watching when I was 9 , in 2010. So Satelite was my winner that year and it won. I like Apres Toi, Waterloo, and many of the Irish entries during those times. How do you know about ESC? You mustn't be from the states , are you?
I know about it for a few reasons:
1. Dschingus Khan
2. Israel being a part of it
3. “We are the winners of Eurovision” song
But the first and fourth led me to it initially.
And yes, I am from the states.
Yes, I listen to some Italian, Spanish, German, Russian, Ukrainian, and Japanese songs when I drive.
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