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Litteraly – “Lost in Translation”

March 13, 2012

Every month I get some kind of ‘music’ mood. Since my UK experience began this changed and I have been switching in between way too different genres (moods) every single week. However, one thing hasn’t changed and every second morning is still a grand tribute to Junky Art..

..and it goes like this:

Обичам баце да ям сирене от Враца, а не варненска цаца
и репрезентваме не само сирене, но и хората калени с люто пиене.
И всеки път когато ставам луд правя го на пук
защото съм буклук, но тук всички сме равни.

А тази песен не е реклама, преди години тук живееше Обама, да, да,
идем от балканя да предстажим нашата компания,
която слуша punk, hip-hop, drum ‘n’ bass и funk,
а аз съм junk. О, да, абракадабра, а мен всичко т’ва ме радва.

Да в северозапада е лудница от всякаде.

Обичам баце зима, лято, пролет, есен все от песен унесен
да живея в този град на субкултура богат и по улиците малко смрад.
Respect за вратцата, Respect за планината, Respect за т’ва, че се напих и паднах в реката.
Respect за гаража, Respect за грамажа, Respect за всеки с който съм успял да се размажа. the bus, in the library, under the shower, etc.

What's more - this has been going  for about 7 months (since Belene Revolution, Part 3 and definitely after seeing them again in mid-September) which basically means before I even got in the UK.

 So, at some point somebody asked me what exactly I am singing so passionately. I just can’t explain or describe my immediate reaction with all the epic faces and attempts to form a sentence or at least a brief translation. However, there is one thing that I can tell for sure – Ivan Vazov was right! The Bulgarian language is just so colourful (I believe as much as our culture) that there are some things that just cannot be translated in any language!


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