What are the words to the song Alouette?

What are the words to the song Alouette?

Alouette French lyrics and English translation. Alouette, gentille Alouette. Lark, nice lark. Alouette, je te plumerai. Lark, I will pluck you. Je te plumerai la tête. I will pluck your head. (Je te plumerai la tête)

When did Bugs Bunny sing the song Alouette?

For example, the two chefs in the classic 1951 Bugs Bunny short French Rarebit sing “Alouette” while inside an oven, Pepé Le Pew sings it twice in Touché and Go (1957) and it’s heard again at the very end of the short, and Nibbles sings it in the 1952 Tom and Jerry short, The Two Mouseketeers.

How did the Montreal Alouettes get their name?

The Montreal Alouettes of the Canadian Football League (CFL) are named after the song itself. As this song is not under copyright, its music is frequently used in cartoons.

Why is the song Alouette important to Canada?

Alouette has become a symbol of French Canada for the world, an unofficial national song. Today, the song is used to teach French- and English-speaking children in Canada, and others learning French around the world, the names of body parts.

What does Alouette mean in Circle Game song?

You can hear Alouette, gentile alouette on Mama Lisa’s World Canada page. Monique wrote, “This reference to larks being cooked and eaten can also be found in the circle game song ‘Bonjour Guillaume’. It’s a circle game song that goes…”

Where did the song Alouette Gentille come from?

However, there is an old song by Frenchman Nicolas Millot that was published in 1578 (211 years before the French Revolution) and no doubt “Alouette, gentille alouette” originates in that song. You can read it with an English translation in this document by Frank Dobbins (professor at Montreal University).

When was the first Alouette nursery rhyme written?

Alouette (or Alouetté) is a very popular French-Canadian nursery rhyme and children’s song. This traditional rhyme is translated into several languages. Here you will find the English version. The rhyme Alouette was first time published in 1879, and many kids have sung this song since that – all over the world.

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