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This is one of my favorite oldy Italian pop songs by one of my favorite Italian artists, Adriano Celentano. In this song, he is singing a song using mixed-up words, based on the way the English language sounded to him. Note that when he wrote and performed this he didn't speak English. This shows a clear connection between language and music, and his clever mind, too: