What language is this? Italian or Spanish??

Guest   Tue Apr 24, 2007 8:21 am GMT
It is definitely Romanian, a fully non sense Romanian .
As it usually happens, the lyrics suck big time but what lyrics don't suck save Jacques Brel's and Vladimir Visosky's, but man, feel the beat, what one needs lyrics anyway?
Franco   Tue Apr 24, 2007 12:47 pm GMT
Hey, you forgot the lyrics of J. Lo, hers dont suck, they're soulfull.
Rmani   Tue Apr 24, 2007 7:17 pm GMT
The Romanians cannot easily understand it.

So it's a dialect NOT the same language

Dj Senin   Thu Aug 16, 2007 9:03 pm GMT
The only difference between Romanian and Moldavian is in certain words in the two languages there are letters with a circumflex over them and the difference is the letter with the circumflex over it most commonly i or a.
Guest   Fri Aug 17, 2007 12:36 pm GMT
The langauge of Moldova is essentially Romanian. For those of you who insist the Moldovan language from Romanian, you won't have any chance at all.

Moldovans need Romania for linguistic and cultural survival.
furrykef   Sat Aug 18, 2007 7:53 pm GMT
The song is "Dragostea din tei" by O-Zone. Haiducii made a very popular cover of it, though she claimed it was her own and O-Zone stole it, when in fact she probably stole it from O-Zone. The posted MP3 isn't working, so I can't tell you which version it is (if it's either of them). The O-Zone version was a big internet fad a couple of years ago, since a kid named Gary Brolsma made a video where he was sort of dancing to it.

The posted lyrics also lack diacritics. If they were there, the lyrics would be more readily identifiable as Romanian.

- Kef
Naftant   Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:05 am GMT
Definitively, this is in moldovan language. ti inselest? dragost moa.
Franco   Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:09 am GMT
Moldovan is Romanian. Don't deny!
Guest   Thu Sep 06, 2007 1:43 pm GMT
Could someone translate this song . I can understand only when it says Picasso.
Guest   Thu Sep 06, 2007 1:45 pm GMT
Is it true that in Moldavia people prefer Russian to Romanian?
Guest   Thu Sep 06, 2007 11:58 pm GMT
Hey guys
First up: there is no such thing as a Moldovan language,never has beeen and will probably never be. If you don't believe this ,just look for facts,like translations,dictionaries,language courses; there aren't any.

Next up: Here's a translation of the song:

Hallo, hi
it’s me, an outlaw
and, please, my love
receive (accept) the happiness

Hallo, hallo
it’s me, Picasso
I’ve given you a beep (I’ve beeped you)
and I am strong
but know I’m not asking you for anything

You want to leave
but you don’t take me (with you)
you don’t take me
you don’t take me
Your face and the linden love (the love in the linden tree)
remind me of your eyes

I’m ringing you (calling you)
to tell you
what I feel now
Hallo, my love
it’s me, the happiness

Hallo, hallo
it’s me again, Picasso
I’ve given you a beep (I’ve beeped you)
and I am strong
but know I’m not asking you for anything