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Re: Re: Valse de Bamboucheur

In the second to last paragraph,the blank is "moi je suis con****er".

One thing to keep in mind when using these lyrics, is they are written in standard french, which I am not sure, but might be hard to fit all the syllables when singing. Cajun french eliminates many of the syllables(especially vowels) written in the posted lyrics. For example, "je suis" is pronounced "ju" with kind of an "sh" sound.

Good luck,

Re: Re: Re: Valse de Bamboucheur

The filter on this site (or maybe it's mine) is making it hard to see "me, I'm condemned." It's putting in some ****

Re: Re: Re: Re: Valse de Bamboucheur

Ah, I didnt realize that. Because of the way it is spelled " c o n d a m n e r " I guess. Pas un tracas, peut etre "condemner"?

Re: Re: Re: Re: Valse de Bamboucheur

it must be the series of letters: d a m n which are taken off the word " c o m d a m n é".

I didn't realize it could cause a problem! especially inside a word.


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