Friday, April 22, 2005

Here's a fun little game which I just found on my friend Bryon's site: take some song lyrics, cut and paste them into Babelfish translator site. Translate from English into German, then from German into French, then from French back into English. Then see if anyone can guess what the song is. Here's my offering below:

I am assembled the highest mountain which I collect, for with you with with you only, I let be only run to be me ran me crawled these urban walls these urban walls, with you only with being classified more have but I did not find yet yet, which I seek, me did not find however, which I seek

Can you guess what the song is? This one's probably not much of a challenge, but it seemed like fun. Let me know your guesses!

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