Annie’s Song - John Denver
It’s definately not Dutch. It’s not Swedish either, not even related to it, but there is a Swedish-speaking minority in the country where this language is spoken.
That is correct.
I am not sure Finnish?
You speak Finnish too!
How many languages!!
You’re a music buff! !
What have I gotten myself into!
Audio on this would be great! !
I really like this one.
Sim2 feat. Maguro
Yes! I recognize the language!
My fave Thai band, with the… odd name. This is called “Plaeng Rak Khaawng Khon Phae,” which translates as “Love Songs of the Losers.” I don’t speak enough to know the full gist of what the song’s about, but it’s an instant rock anthem with a chorus that will stick in your head forever…
'Really hope I can catch these guys live sometime, maybe at the Big Mountain Fest.
Did someone say challenge!?
I can still hear them singing after I stop listening
And I don’t even know the language they’re singing in😆
What are they singing so hardently about? What language is it?
They like. . .
Mi gustas mañana, mi gustas!
El Corason! El Corason!
Thai is made for singing, it fits so seamlessly, it could easily, easily surpass english singing. I prefer it sung verses spoken.
@mirjam_465, here’s a treat for you!
The twist in this song is there are some sentences in a 2nd language … What language could it be???
They’re doing stuff at night too!
What do you mean?
Btw one of the last Lakorns, when I happen to watch a lot in the past was this one, and it was a lot of heavy stuff, so if you ever come across it, it is nothing light or easy to watch. But I watched it anyway, love a story if the pacing is good, it has some content that is critical for me, anyway it felt like a Thai “Gone with the Wind” for me with an even heavier storyline. About the eding. Yes - it is not a happy one.
But the music was pretty compelling
It’s because I’m not fluent, so I grab at bits of what I do know. . . I recognized noches.