Edutainment – Bouteiller’s English Teaching in Hong Kong


Don’t feel like to work on a rainy day?

Feeling lazy, can’t get the energy to work? The French say and sing:

‘Je ne veux pas travailler’ (I don’t want to work)

Let’s see how this girl (probably American) tries to pretend she is French in the MV!

Lyrics:

Ma chambre a la forme d’une cage
Le soleil passe son bras par la fenêtre
Les chasseurs à ma porte
Comme des petits soldats
Qui veulent me prendre

{Refrain:}
Je ne veux pas travailler
Je ne veux pas déjeuner
Je veux seulement oublier
Et puis je fume

Déjà j’ai connu le parfum de l’amour
Un millions de roses
N’embaumeraient pas autant
Maintenant une seule fleur
Dans mes entourages
Me rend malade

{au Refrain}

Je ne suis pas fière de ça
Vie qui veut me tuer
C’est magnifique
Etre sympathique
Mais je ne le connais jamais

{au Refrain}

Je ne suis pas fière de ça
Vie qui veut me tuer
C’est magnifique
Etre sympathique
Mais je ne le connais jamais

{au Refrain}

You can do the same too right? 😛


11 Comments so far
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WOw…I don’t know what she is singing…
The French is too difficult for me to learn!

Comment by Jenny Cheung

After you learn all the vowels, it won’t be difficult to you. 🙂

Comment by Nikki Bouteiller

frech seems has a lot of “ge” sound in english*v*
every language has its own extraordinary place and style, frech does too!

Comment by da!sy

O Yes! Becos’ ‘Je’ = I in English. 😀

Comment by Nikki Bouteiller

the voice of the girl is good! I think the song is good but not easy to sing 🙂

Comment by christy*V*

the rhythm of this song is nice.

Comment by Alice

🙂

Comment by Nikki Bouteiller

Its pronunciation is STRANGE.
It is difficult for me to learn French.

Comment by Angel

Hehe… She fakes it in this video though! (You just need to make the ‘sh’ ‘sh’ sound all the time in French! :-P)

Comment by Nikki Bouteiller

The song is good! But i can’t understand the song.__.

Comment by Leo

one of my absolute favorite songs!!!

Comment by coloraturajoy




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