Thursday, March 09, 2006

It's My Babelfish, and it's Freaking Me Out!

Diana Peterfreund thought up a bizarre and fun new way to waste time and create blog posts: take the lyrics of a song, run them through Babelfish (English to German to French and back to English) and post the results.

So here we have:
As I by this ordinary world of
Searchin ' for the light in the blackening of the psychosis go.
I wonder, all the lost hope that is?
There is only one pain and hatred and misery?
And I feel each time am if towards the interior, there a thing which I would like to know: What is the love of peace of so merry period and a comprehension?
Ohhhh what the love of peace of so merry period and comprehension?

And since I went by at worrying times,
Does my spirit receive downhearted sometimes so thus,
Where the forts are and that which is intimate?
And where is the harmony? Soft harmony.
You cause each one at time that I believe him far slippin,
Right types me to cry would like.
What is the love of peace of so merry period and a comprehension?
Ohhhh what the love of peace of so merry period and comprehension?
Thus, where the forts are? And that which is intimate?
And where is the harmony? Soft harmony.

You cause each one at time that I believe him far slippin,
Right types me to cry would like.
What is the love of peace of so merry period and a comprehension?
Ohhhh what the love of peace of so merry period and comprehension?
Are Ohhhh what ' the love of peace of so merry period and comprehension?

1 comment:

Andy said...

Hey man!

I stumpled across your block when hitting the next blog button, while being bored at work.

As a translator and interpreter I hate machine translations more than anything. I work as an in-house translator and to discourage people from using machine translations I send them the following link, http://www.tashian.com/multibabel/, and ask them to enter a text and hit "Babelize". The text is automatically translated into several different languages and then back into English. To make it even more fun you can also add Chinese, Japanese, and Korean.

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