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6 Times K-Pop Re-Invented The English Language But Somehow Made It Work

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6 Times K-Pop Re-Invented The English Language But Somehow Made It Work

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Writing memorable lyrics sometimes requires you to bend the rules of grammar and what is conventional.

Even non K-Pop producers and artists have done it, such as Ariana Grande for her song ‘Break Free’ with Max Martin and Zedd, with the line “Now that I’ve become who I really are”.

And K-Pop has actually done it several times.

You can check them out below!

 

Super Junior – Mamacita

-“Just close your lips. Shut your tongue.”-

 

 

KARA – Pretty Girl

-“If you wanna pretty, every wanna pretty.”-

 

EXO – Call Me Baby

-“Never don’t mind about a thing.”-

 

 

Lovelyz – Candy Jelly Love

-“You’re the best ever come in my life.”-

 

 

B1A4 – Beautiful Target

-“You zoom zoom heart like a rocket.”-

 

 

TEEN TOP – Supa Luv

-“Your luv plus my luv supa luv”-

 

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No none of them really worked. The lyricist wrote down nonsense and just tried to force it.

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It does work when you listen to the melody / song (you don’t question the english and it doesn’t sound especially weird)

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Um, none of that works. At all. That’s just really bad English.

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It might have if they added the word “equals”.

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Lol Teen Top totally works and if you swap come for cum…

Btw, why didn’t Nicole correct the horrible engrish, was she mad at the songwriter? lol

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Lol, the only one that works is teen top, maybe Lovelyz but that’s so lewd it doesn’t fit their image