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Song Parodies -> "Europanto"

Original Song Title:


Original Performer:

Little Eva

Parody Song Title:


Parody Written by:

Susanna Viljanen

The Lyrics

Jetzt you tutto perguntan: "What de inferno es europanto?" No es Englando, no es Germano, no es Espano, no es Franzo, no es keine known lingua aber Tu understand! Habe your computador eine virus bekommt? Habe Tu sudden Gekke Vache Disease developed? Nix, Tu esse lezendo la neue europese lingua: de Europanto! Europanto es una pidgin-lingua developed in de headquarters af EU - esa es 30% Englando, 20% Germano, 20% Franzo, 10% otros Latino linguas et 10% de eigen lingua de parlador. Tutto understanden! Diese es mina primeira parodia in Europanto. Si Tu habst problemas mit lingua, just lese alle words alaut.
Jetzt tutto gente parlan una brand new lingua
(C'mon bebe, parla Europanto!)
Ich know Tu'll werde dig it wenn tu da ein change ja -
(C'mon bebe, parla Europanto!)
Mein petit little sister kann es parla mit ease
La es easier als lernen tuttos a-b-cees
Und come-on, come-on
Parla europanto mit mi!

Tu parla Svedo, Franzo
Come on bebe, toma Englando
Oh well Ich creu Tu habst de knack

Jetzt Tu kann es parlar, let nos fazer ein song now
(C'mon bebe, parla Europanto!)
Toma words de linguas que tu know und combine now
(C'mon bebe, parla Europanto!)
Faze nice und easy und nix lose control
La little bit Espano und mucho af soul
Und come on, come on,
Parla Europanto mit mi!

Es Finno, Greco
Come on, come on,
Parla Europanto mit mi!

Usar Europanto in Am-I-Right-Com now!
(C'mon bebe, parla Europanto!)
Parla como officials fazen in Brusselles now!
(C'mon bebe, parla Europanto! )
Habe nix estado lingua que als easy por Tu -
La fazes tu happy wann Tu es feeling blue
Und come on, come on, esta lingua es por Tu!
You gotta swing your hips now

Tu parles Dano, Franco,
Come on, come on,
Parla Europanto mit mi!
Come on, come on,
Parla Europanto mit mi!

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Johnny D - May 02, 2005 - Report this comment
This comment is written in 100% Americando. Good job, Susanna. The increasing hours of daylight at your latitude seem to be fueling your creativity!
Red Ant - May 02, 2005 - Report this comment
DKTPLs. You happened by chance to pick a few words that I understand. This is confusing but amusing and followable.
Susanna Viljanen - May 02, 2005 - Report this comment
Europanto is a pidgin language, which originally began as a joke. It rapidly spred all around the EU headquarters, as the various EU officials and workers of various countries found it easy to communicate with each other with it. Soon it spred all around Europe by the Internet. It is surprisingly funny and usable pidgin - "es nix Englando, nix Germano, nix Espano, nix Franzo, nix keine known lingua, aber Tu understand!" - and easy to read and understand. Europanto is basically an isolating language, like English or Chinese, but the verbs flex in tenses and nouns have genders.

Pidgin languages are an interesting subject. The biologist Stephen Jay Gould dealt the best known pidgin, Papiamento, spoken at island of Curacao, on his book "Dinosaur in Haystack". It appears pidgins are nobody's first languages in the first generation, but they become true languages with vocabulary, grammar and linguistic rules already in the second generation - Papiamento, which is pidgin of Flemish, Portuguese and Yiddish - is a real language with real linguistic rules.. It is suggested Japanese, which has no linguistic relatives, has originally had its roots as a pidgin language.
sabine - December 05, 2005 - Report this comment
Exellente ! Prima ! Super !
Patrick - July 14, 2011 - Report this comment
Bedaurinde mi ne vizitis tiun lokon kiam unue aperis tiu kanto. Post ses jaroj mi skribas opinion pri tiu interesa lingvo. Facile komprenebla, sed mi bezonus pli da tempo por gin paroli au skribi. Mi sercxos pli da informo pri Europanto en la interreto.

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