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Babelfishing Poetry: "89 Small Chestnuts"

Babelfishing Poetry: "89 Small Chestnuts"


Once again, it's time for more Babelfishing poetry, where I take song lyrics, run them through an on-line translator such as (but not necessarily) Babelfish, tinker with the punctuation a bit, and wind up with a quirky kind of poem.

So, for no particular reason, this week's offering is quirky duo Univore's "Champagne Taste" (watch so-cheesy-it's-awesome video, with bonus Japanese subtitles, here).  Enjoy. 


89 Small Chestnuts

Really,
I can be trusted to cook.

"Champagne delights of the sea, damn it!" he cried.
Label: 89 small chestnuts.
OK, he is like a tuxedo, Mr. Chairman.
Downtown Chicago is just a feast for the hotel rooms:
castle accommodation.

Always delights.
Really.
I will never trust delights.
Taste wine sparkle and flavor.
Really.
I will never believe the joy.

It will light up in red.
I am a practical joke on the curb.
Permit registration, and the investigation of consciousness.
They then fell, kisses from the year's needs.
Do you think you have a fancy dress imprisoned?

Well done; a pleasure.
I will never trust delights.
Taste wine sparkle, and flavor.
Really.
I will never believe the joy.

How to train in handshake?
Contact the children. He said, "Stable," then.
This is my son. He said, "He left."
Close the evening.
It means that you take an airplane.
The dark curly conscience of focus.

Really,
I will never trust delights
to maintain the taste delicious.


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