"Foux du Fafa" as written by Bret Mckenzie and Jemaine Clement....
Je voudrais une croissant
Je suis enchante
Ou est le bibliotheque?
Voila mon passport, ah, Gerard Depardieu
Un baguette, ah, ha ha, oh oh, oh oh

Ba ba, ba ba bow

Foux du fafa, foux du fafa, fafa
Foux du fafa, ah ee ah
Foux du fafa, foux du fafa, fafa
Foux du fafa, ah ee ah

Et maintenant le voyage, a la supermarche
Le pamplemousse
Ananas
Jus d'orange
Boeuf
Soup du jour
Le camembert
Jacque Cousteau
Baguettte, mais oui

Bon jour
Bon jour
Bon jour
Bon jour, monsieur
Bonjour mon petit bureau de change

Ca va?
Ca va?
Ca va?
Ca va?
Voila, le conversation a la parc

Ou est le livre? A la bibliotheque
Et le musique dance?
Et le discotheque, et le discotheque
C'est ci, baby.
Un, deux,
Un, deux, trois, quatre

Ba ba, ba ba bow

Foux du fafa, foux du fafa, fafa
Foux du fafa, ah ee ah
Foux du fafa, foux du fafa, fafa
Foux du fafa, ah ee ah

Ou est le piscine? Pardon moi?
Ou 'est le piscine? Uh
Splish splash, uh

Eh, je ne comprends pas.
Parlez vous le francais?
Eh?
Eh? Parlez vous le francais?
Uh, no, hmm

Foux du fafa, foux du fafa, fafa
Foux du fafa, ah ee ah

Ba ba, ba ba bow


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"Foux du Fafa" as written by Bret Peter T Mckenzie Bret Mckenzie

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  • +4
    General Comment"Poking fun at the fact that many people learning a second language do not actually possess a conversational level of the language but are actually just quoting conversational sentences they have learned. The entire song consists of common French phrases that would be found in a dialect book eg. 'Here's my passport'."
    --From Wikipedia
    adayon May 20, 2008   Link
  • +1
    General CommentThis song is especially funny when you speak French. =]
    I love how in the video, they're all dressed up exactly like the models in beginning French books, and everything they say is totally random.
    The part with all the foods at the supermarket is my favorite part.
    xxazurefirexxon January 08, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this one :D
    primaballerinaon October 09, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commenti love this one :D
    primaballerinaon October 09, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI tried look up French translation of "foux da fa fa," but I guess they are just nonsense words. Anyone know for sure?
    firehailon November 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI tried look up French translation of "foux da fa fa," but I guess they are just nonsense words. Anyone know for sure?
    firehailon November 05, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General Commentya im pretty sure it is just nonsense. most of the other words are real but there's no continuity or anything. still it's so funny

    Ah, Gerard Depardieu
    marldanceon April 29, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHoly shit, this song is so funny. I speak french but I am at a very beginner level and you can tell they either took a little bit of french or just had a beginners book or something. It's so awesome.. What you first learn when you are learning french... the supermarket and orange juice... the word for library... Pool, etc... amazingly funny.
    on your porchon May 08, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI texted ChaCha and they told me "Foux du" translates to "Crazy about", and "Fafa" is French slang for "funny" or "easy". So get what you can out of "Crazy about Funny" or "Crazy about Easy".
    colmustardon May 28, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General Commentawsome catchy song, Bret says "Et maintenant le voyage a la supermarche!" in the best voice ever. but i watched the episode on dvd the other day with subtitles on due to too much alcohol intake and loud mates, and on subtitles its definatly spelt "fou" without the x on the end.
    mcrhinoon June 18, 2008   Link

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