Cirocco Jones (ciroccoj) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Fake Russian for Spanish speakers

No particular point to this, just sharing a bit of linguistic silliness: Les Luthiers sing Oi Gadóñaya.

(I think a few of these are misspelled/misheard, but can't be sure.)

Oi gadóñaya
Oi gadóñaya
Oi gadóñayaaa
Eeeeeeeeei, eei, eeeeei

Basta, balalaika
enseñanza laica
niña etrusca añeja
la lleva o la deja
si no es la que busca
plástica Katiuska

¡Viva el conde de Romanov!
grita fuerte el locutor en off
¡Viva el conde de Romanov!
grita fuerte el locutor en off

Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeiiii, eei

Próspera piraña
ñokis, niña extraña
rasga la cigüeña
la bestia primigenia
próstata en desgracia
cruda idiosincracia

¡Viva el zar Nikolaievich!
¡Vamos todos a Miami Beach!
¡Viva el zar Nikolaievich!
¡Vamos todos a Miami Beach!

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