"Mademoiselle Juliette" as written by Jean Fauque and Jeremy Chatelain....
Mademoiselle Juliette a
Son Roméo dans l'Alpha
De Vérone à Romelcourt
Joli syndrome de l'amour

Shakespeare s'amuse de sa muse
L'héroïne trouve qu'il abuse
Elle monte vite dans les tours
Le grand écrivain aime lui jouer des tours

Mademoiselle Juliette a
Pas vraiment la tête a
Choisir entre Montaigu, capulet
Mademoiselle Juliette ai
Merai faire la fête cham
Pagne a sabrer coca a décapsuler

Mademoiselle prend des aises
Ne pas se faire mettre en pièce
Dans son rôle elle ne veut qu'elle
Pas de réplique de toutes pièces

Cette comédia de l'arte
N'est pas assez déjantée
Qu'enfin William rende l'âme
Il n'y a plus que ça pour éviter le drame

Mademoiselle Juliette a
Pas vraiment la tête a
Choisir entre Montaigu, capulet
Mademoiselle Juliette ai
Merai faire la fête cham
Pagne a sabrer coca a décapsuler

Mademoiselle Juliette a
Pas vraiment la tête a
Pleurer sur Montaigu, capulet
Mademoiselle Juliette ai
Merai faire la fête cham
Pagne a sabrer coca a décapsuler

Aah, aah, aah, aah

Mademoiselle Juliette a
Pas vraiment la tête a
Choisir entre Montaigu, capulet
Mademoiselle Juliette ai
Merai faire la fête cham
Pagne a sabrer coca a décapsuler

Mademoiselle Juliette a
Pas vraiment la tête a
Choisir entre Montaigu, capulet
Mademoiselle Juliette ai
Merai faire la fête cham
Pagne a sabrer coca a décapsuler


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"Mademoiselle Juliette" as written by Jeremy Chatelain Jean Fauque

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  • +1
    General CommentYoung Lady Julliette has
    her Romeo gone Alapha-male
    from Veron to Rome she runs
    Beatiful syndome-of-love
    shakepspeare has fun with his muse
    The Heroine finds him abusive
    she quickly falls for his game
    The great writer absolutely loves to play his games

    Yound Lady Juliette has
    not the sense (literally, 'right of mind') to
    choose between Montegue and Capulet
    Young Lady Juliette
    Loves to have fun
    Champaign to sabre and coke to open

    Young Lady gets her wings
    Doesnt do her part in the play
    She does not want her role
    not for a replica of the whole play
    this 'commedia dell'arte'
    is not insane enough
    then finally william gives up
    he has nothing left to avoiding the drama

    Young Lady Juliette has
    not the sense to
    choose between Montague and Capulet
    Young Lady Juliette
    Loves to have fun
    Champaign to sabre and coke to open

    repeat

    Young Lady Juliette has
    more sense then to
    lament over Montague and Capulet
    Young Lady Juliette
    Loves to have fun
    Champaign to sabre and coke to open


    The song is obviously about rebelling from the social norm and doing what you want. The video for his shows her ditching romeo to spent time with a bunch of girls that may be lesbian, which would fit with the whole 'rebelling-against-the-norm' theme
    ShadowSoulon March 11, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentHey thanks a bunch for the translation .. my french is no bueno.

    Cool song. Nice beat. What more can I say.
    dag_102on March 28, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSnaps for the beat! nice song dissection too
    backlayout1on October 28, 2008   Link
  • 0
    General CommentSabre = Taste
    Comedia de l'arte = Comedy of art; refers to an 'artistic' comedy or something. It makes more sense in Spanish anyway.
    SeventhMoonchildon May 29, 2010   Link
  • 0
    My InterpretationIt references William Shakespeare's play, "Romeo & Juliet", throughout the song. In the first verse, are mentioned a car, the "Alfa Romeo Giulietta", then "Verona" where the action takes place. There is a phrase saying that "the heroine [Juliette] thinks [Shakespeare] abuses her" - it is a wordplay with "heroine abuse". She wants to escape from the writer's plot ASAP.

    In the chorus, Juliette cries because she does not know whether she will marry Romeo or not ("Mademoiselle Juliette does not feel like choosing between Montague and Capulet"). All that she wants to do is partying, with champagne and Coke.

    In the second verse is the continuation of the first one : Juliette does not like the way her author treats her and wants to be the central character. To her, an Italian tragedy is not what she would like to play, and Shakespeare's death would be the only way to avoid such a dramatic situation towards the end of the play.
    Oliviakaon July 24, 2017   Link

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