"Papaoutai" = "Papa où t'es"?
Reading B2, Music, Family & Relationships, Listening or Seeing B2
In the event listeners can't hear that "outai" = "ou tu es," this is explained in the boldfaced refrain to the printed lyrics just below the video.
Kimber - you know that you can click on any part of the text and see a translation ? Just wondering, as the child-like or 'nonsense' word 'Papaoutai' is explained both from the link on the title, and in the first line of the refrain.
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