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What language are these lyrics in?

Asked by MrsDufresne (3529 points ) April 12th, 2010

The song is called Elepant by Spiral System

I have typed out the lyrics as I hear them phonetically;
(which are also, hilarious)

“Ah gee puma nah la doggie doo
Ela monkey doorway
Ah gee puma nah la doggie doo
Ah gee puma nah la doggie doo
Ela monkey doorway
Hoo rack ka my oh
Chang chang ooh

Chang chang chang chang chang

Sangi sil opsee a on nooksie toysta
Ah gee puma nah la doggie doo
Sangi sil opsee a on nooksie toysta
Ah gee puma nah la doggie doo

Chang chang chang chang chang
Chang chang chang chang chang
Chang chang chang chang chang

Ah gee puma nah la doggie doo
Ela monkey doorway
Ah gee puma nah la doggie doo
Ah gee puma nah la doggie doo
Ela monkey doorway
Hoo rack ky my oh
aah ooh”

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18 Answers

DeanV's avatar

I’m pretty sure that either gibberish or Klingon.

Seek's avatar

Ha ha… it’s definitely not Klingon.

JeanPaulSartre's avatar

Biblical Babel. I’m sure of it.

breedmitch's avatar

Klingon is a made up language. What you’ve written sound made up, so I’m going with Klingon, too.

Seek's avatar

@breedmitch

English is a made-up language, too. All languages are made up. It’s not Klingon.

Arisztid's avatar

If that is any kind of language, I am a Klingon. <cough> K’plah! <cough>... had something stuck in my throat there.

Kauroinen's avatar

I liek the song.

breedmitch's avatar

@ startrekgirl. I know. I’m making fun of your lifestyle.

Master's avatar

It sounds similar to Aserejé.

susanc's avatar

Nothing has made me laugh this hard all week.
Song is lovely, transcript is brilliant.
I do not know what that language is.
The “chang chang” makes me thing something Asian but it is
not Bahasa Indonesia so I am lost. Oh la la.

CyanoticWasp's avatar

Mairzy doats and dozy doats and little labmsy divy…

JeanPaulSartre's avatar

@CyanoticWasp You know that’s not what it says in the song right?

iam2smart99037's avatar

you already asked this question on another site. http://www.answerbag.com/q_view/90263 and this was the answer:

“Lottie Child moves erratically through time and space, making random stops connecting an array of sentiments, senses, situations and sounds. She spins her soft sweet melodies into an intricate web singing in English, Portuguese, Finnish and Tibetan which give her a fresh distinctive sound that she delivers in an intimate and seductive performance.”

Sophief's avatar

Looks like Klingon, as that isn’t real words, it’s just made up stuff for the children or the immature adults.

MrsDufresne's avatar

@iam2smart99037 True, true. I just thought I might receive more information, if I asked here as well.

CyanoticWasp's avatar

@JeanPaulSartre
Arrrrgh… my eyes aren’t that bad and I only look stupid.

JeanPaulSartre's avatar

@CyanoticWasp ha ha – I figured you knew.

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