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Adele's 'Hello' mangled by Google Translate is bizarrely brilliant

February 19, 2016 - Uncategorized



LONDON — Adele’s “Hello” has been covered every which way, from Green Day interpretations to movie mashups, but this is a new one.

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YouTube singer Malinda Kathleen Reese has taken the lyrics to the song and run them through Google Translate before singing her own very special and very mangled version of the tune.

“They say the weather is supposed to cure you, but I do not like a lot of wounds,” she sings before moving on to the immortal “I have forgotten what the world is before you start, chairs ottoman in our tteoleoeul” and a suitably random chorus. Read more…

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Source: Mashable

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