Yes, everyone loves Adele.
And it's safe to say that at this point, every Adele fan (so, everyone in the world) knows the lyrics to "Hello" by heart.
Grandparents, four-year-olds, even language softwares like Google Translate.
YouTube singer Malinda Kathleen Reese has taken the lyrics of Adele's record-breaking single and translated them back and forth through multiple languages.
Google's interpretation is rather ... abstract. "When we were junior, and complimentary" does technically mean the same thing as "when we were younger, and free" but it sort of gives you an idea why your high school French teacher vehemently opposed the online tool.
And "Greetings from overseas" doesn't quite pack the same punch as "Hello from the outside."
Basically the result above is a nonsensical mess, but when sung to the music, the tune still maintains its integrity. Give it a listen.
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