Try looking at the kanji lyrics and literally translating them to english. besides, thinking romanji is english may be wrong
It has to be the swearing, otherwise the song would make no sense otherwise.
Is there anybosy else who thinks the "HEY HEY! Ningen sanka. Ai nige ningen fuan ka?" line is completely wrong, and should be like the last bit with the swearing?
Yeah I also think the "HEY HEY! Ningen sanka. Ai nige ningen fuan ka?" part is wrong I think it should be the swearing part aswell it also sounds like it.
The line is "Hey, Hey ningen SUCKER Ah ningen ningen FUCKER" And I think a lot of the Romanji and Kanji information is wrong. Plus some of the english translation is off. And...You're missing the opening on every single version.
Here is a bit more corrected lyrics http://animechronicles.wordpress.com/2007/03/20/death-note-whats-up-people-opening-song-2/#more-144
Nope,it is not wrong,sanka and fuan ka is the correct ones.
The correct ones are SUCKER and FUCKER.Not sanka and fuanka.
Yep. The correct ones are SUCKER and FUCKER.
I'm also pretty sure that they say "What's up people!!!" at the end and not "Warri Mou"...
Wrong. they CLREALY say "warri mou".
The lyrics are so screwed up. I'm surprised an argument hasn't broken out on Zetsubou Billy and how it sounds like half the words are skipped. The singer needs to learn how to pronounce his words
(Ten-Four or "10-4" is a code-word used to acknowledge transmissions.)
Look at the kanji lyrics from the CD booklet from Death Note OST II. It clearly states what the lyrics are, regardless of the singer's ability to actually sing anything coherently or what the listener actually hears. Please don't add in the extra Engrish and swear words. -Atashi
The kanji on the CD booklet from the second ost is the OFFICAL lycris, though not the correct lycris of the song.
whoever posted these lyrics is a fucking moron. thats not even close to what they say
You right above, like Atashi said, that's the real lyrics even though the singer sang it like it's a different word. And you who can't spell "lyrics" and "official" correctly, I've seen typos on CD booklets, but of course it's the correct one. Use common sense. And I find it amusing how people change Romanji lyrics without even reading the official kanji lyrics...