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Original Greek Ρούμπι γλυκιά
Έλα ξανά, έλα ξανά κοντά μου
Έλα πρωί, με την αυγή
εσύ ήσουν σαν ήλιου ακτίδα
Ρούμπι μου μικρή
Transliteration Ruby glykia
Ela xana, ela xana konta mou
ela pro-ee, me tin av-ghee
esy isoun san illy-ou aktida
Ruby mou mikri
Come back, come back to me
Come in the morning, with the dawn
you are like the sun shine
My little Ruby
Rubylove has a greek verse, and is in 7/8 time (which is typical of many traditional greek dances). Cat Stevens has Greek heritage.
Submitted by: Kokkinomalli
Katy Perry ft Migos', "Bon Appétit"
Got me spread like a buffet, bon appétit , baby .
Bon appétit is a salutation in French meaning "go ahead and eat".
Submitted by: Katycat
Sisi ni sawa!
It means "we are the same" in Swahili
Submitted by: Mere
"Spasibo" (Спасибо) is Thank you from Russian
Submitted by: Tagir
Maudy Ayunda's, "By My Side ft. David Choi"
Kuhitung detik waktu.
Memikirkanmu tiada batas.
Kau di detak jantungku.
Di setiap nafasku tiada gantinya.
This is an Indonesian-English version of which was originally recorded in 2010 by David Choi for his album of the same name. In 2014, David Choi re-recorded this song in with Indonesian singer Maudy Ayunda and re-written by Dewi Lestari.
Submitted by: Wisnu Aji
Dunno. It's in Japanese but always fascinated me.
Dunno. Any ideas anyone?
Submitted by: Dennis Jones
Viens chez moi
Ce soir va jamais terminer
On va rester toujours ensemble
Come with me
Tonight will last forever
We will stay together always
After David Gates sings the French lyrics, he translates them into and sings them again in English
Submitted by: Isac
Tu me traes bien enredado como un yoyo en su cordon
juegue y juegue con mi amor, que pierdo la razon
The first verse and the chorus are repeated in Spanish for the second verse.
Submitted by: Bob
C'est la vie.
That part is in French
Submitted by: Jayne
Je ne comprends pas
This is a French phrase which translates to "I do not understand."
Submitted by: redsimba
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