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Sun King Lyrics

Artist: The Beatles
Album: Abbey Road

Italian lyrics broken down phoenetically]

Here comes the sun king
Here comes the sun king
Everybody's laughing
Everybody's happy
Here comes the sun king

Quando paramucho mi amore de felice carathon
Mundo paparazzi mi amore cicce verdi parasol
Questo abrigado tantamucho que canite carousel


by roberto on 11/29/2008 3:35pm
all you call the strange final lyrics of this song "italian" but only five words are in italian speech; others are in spanish, portuguese and other unknown languages
by BeatlesFan112 on 7/29/2009 4:52pm
ur right roberto. "mi", "que", and possibly "verdi" are in spanish.
by Alf on 9/22/2009 7:44pm
These words are spanish (i don't know if they might be italian or portuguese, i'm not fluent on them)

"paramucho" may be "para" (for or stop) and "mucho" (a lot).
"parasol" may be "sunshield" or splitted "para" (for or stop) and "sol" (sun).
"tantamucho" may be "tanta" (so) and "mucho" (a lot).
And "mi" (mine), "de" (of), "mundo" (world), "abrigado" (warm), "que" (what or so).
by Robert on 9/30/2009 11:19am
It's a gag. For example, he doesn't say "que canite," he says "cake and eat it." He's being fake-pretentious.
by JohnnyL. on 9/29/2010 6:39am
lmao, idec what they are, they're just pretty xD
by Michael on 10/31/2010 8:46am
Where you wrote "cicce verdi", the correct version is "chicka ferdy": it's a Liverpool expression which doesn't mean anything but might be used by a child taunting another (see the Wikipedia article on this song).
by BillDad on 4/19/2011 11:21pm
Let's see:
Quando para mucho mi amore te felice carathon

Quando (portuguese/italian spelling): when

para mucho: spanish: "for a lot"

mi amore: italian, "my love"

te felice: nonsense, or, if anything, "You cheer yourself up"

carathon: nonsense

It's a song. I like it, but it's still crypto-romance jibberish.

Kind of like the word "pata-physical" ("Joan was quizzical, studied pata-physical science in the home". It doe3sn't mean anything, but makes good music.
by someone on 12/21/2011 2:01pm
joan studied meta physical science
by BeatlesFan on 6/9/2012 8:03pm
It's just cool shit. Light one up and enjoy :)
by Dan on 9/11/2012 1:50pm
Not "pata-pnysical", but "pathaphyhsical". Still not sure what THAT means, though. Great input here. I love the "cake and eat it". I think you're right!
by Felice on 9/24/2014 5:33pm
Well, in case none of you have noticed, the English lyrics on the rest of the album only make marginal literal sense, too.....they were free associating all over the place!

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