Joined: Mar. 2011
||Posted: Sep. 04 2011, 18:02
|Quote (Ugo @ Sep. 04 2011, 01:46)|
|It's not a language. They are invented words. "Muy-yeh, muy-yeh oh, muy muy-yeh." It vaguely sounds like "Money-eh, money-eh-oh, my money"... ... but to me it's just meaningless sounds. What Sally Bradshaw (the soprano voice) sings is probably Latin, but I can't make it out.|
Ugo in your first post as quoted above you have the words as being:-[ "Muy-yeh, muy-yeh oh, muy muy-yeh." It vaguely sounds like "Money-eh, money-eh-oh, my money"... ] Then in your second post you say this:-[The word is not "Money". It's ma-y-yeh, ma-y-yeh oh, ma-y-ma-y-yeh. (written phonetically).] & in your third post add this:-[everyone here interprets the sounds according to his/her/their native language. Mine is Italian, and I hear ma-y-yeh, ma-y-yeh oh, ma-y-ma-y-yeh. I'm not sure about what you hear.].
In case you did not realise\detect what you wrote, what seems ironic to me is that in your ending the above piece with the words:-[I'm not sure about what you hear]. One is forced to answer this by saying that, it would appear that you are not sure about what you hear either! as first you write the sound to your ears is "Muy-yeh, muy-yeh oh, muy muy-yeh." but go on to write it sounds to you vaguely like money. Then you have a change of mind and write this:-"ma-y-yeh, ma-y-yeh oh, ma-y-ma-y-yeh", Ugo you now have changed "U"'s to "A"'s !! yet never mind it is only a song with words innit! so cheer up & be happy he of Italian ears.
I think as you say Ugo this is all going to rely on the bias of the ear towards ones native tongue unless one hears in many tongues or allows the video created by Mike to give them further insight. However to my ears I can hear the words are spoken with a native north pre American tongue, the sound in the words if you listen very carefully is there for you to hear also.
Which as you Ugo and many others including myself hear in varying degrees to sound like the word MONEY and that is what I am saying it sounds like money & this makes sense as it fits with the video.
Here is a higher resolution U TUBE VIDEO of the SENTINEL (official promotional version with graphics from Mike!!!
I previously alluded to the white man's invasion of the lands of the pre american northern Indians and the corruption & attempted destruction (almost to the point of genocide!! ) of their history & way of life. Also I pointed to their having no concept of money, & thus they had no word for it, that I can find. Therefore would this not be a sign that for Mike to have an Indian girl sing (& sign?) this word in the video with images of ruined economies in the scenes where the structures of trade & commerce & even religion have fallen apart based upon money (& greed for material wealth) that the word you UGO are contesting to be nonsensical, yet even you say sounds like money is indeed most likely to be "MONEY". Only sung lyrically in an Indian sounding tongue to point out where Mike thinks the rest of the world has lost it's way.
This to me makes perfect sense & seems to be the logical conclusion. What we hear is the sound of the adopted word sung to fit the music "IM(MOST)HO", I1 now rest my case, over & out!.
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