Interpretation: Danish Ducktales (Turn that ass!)
Created on: September 17th, 2005
Interpretation: Danish Ducktales (Turn that ass!)
Just doing the languages that haven't been done yet.

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September 17th, 2005
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5'd. LOL!
September 17th, 2005
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This is great stuff.
September 17th, 2005
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And it sounds like it says "Spread the legs" on the "Straightened lid" part
September 17th, 2005
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I remember when you were making this one and telling me about it over AIM...great stuff XD
September 17th, 2005
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LOL, someone needs to find a middle-eastern version of this cartoon theme
September 17th, 2005
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Go Captain Fart-it!
September 17th, 2005
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You know what's funny? The chorus doesn't even begin to even consider sounding remotely like even the tiniest bit of what you wrote it sounded like.
June 19th, 2007
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I closed my eyes n listened. When I opened them, what I heard was already written. F*ck you.
September 17th, 2005
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Win.
September 17th, 2005
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lol
September 21st, 2005
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Evan Too sounds like some evil spirt guy.
October 20th, 2005
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hahaha, I love these YTMNDS!
October 23rd, 2005
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THESE LYRICS SOUND LIKE THE ORIGINAL. 5 FOR FULL UNDERSTANDING, AND ANOTHER FOR A CONTROVERSY SITE.
December 10th, 2005
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Funny sh*t!
December 20th, 2005
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Great work.
January 8th, 2006
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he sounds so great saying "turn that ass!" lol.
March 28th, 2006
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If Captain Fart-it only had a sand like his brother Captain Planet.
December 11th, 2006
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Ah, my chieldhood. Oh well. Actually, the third and fourth line are very close. 'solve mysteries, that invites', instead of 'You've been mysterious, some invitation for...'.
April 30th, 2007
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Yes, that is interesting. Although English and Danish have had quite the split, they do share some cognates. For you non-Danish folk, there's always my own website with the real lyrics and translation.
May 1st, 2007
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Yeah, I know. "Fylld med mysteri, som inviter" or something if I remember correctly. I made this long before I studied any of the Scandinavian languages. Now it's all ruined for me. :(
June 7th, 2007
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I love these interpretation sites.
June 19th, 2007
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It's not bad.