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Comments about the soundtrack for Chicago (Elfman/Kander/Ebb)

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Re: Cell Block Tango Translation
• Posted by: Bandi   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, November 24, 2003, at 8:54 a.m.
• IP Address: adsl213253.vnet.hu
• In Response to: Re: Cell Block Tango Translation (Talana)

> Can anyone translate the second Hungarian line at the end of Cell Block
> Tango?

> "Miert csukott Uncle Same bortonbe."

It means "Why have Uncle Sam locked me in jail?"

Trust me, I'm a Hungarian

Note: no such word exist in Hungarian as "lakem", but the context gives it away as lover. There are also a few spelling errors in the Hungarian lyrics but I guess, that won't bother you.




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