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Song Released: 2006


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Forwards:
.Gnik nuS eht semoc ereH
.Gnik nuS eht semoc ereH
.gnihgual sydobyrevE
.yppah sydobyrevE
.gniK nuS eht semoc ereH
Backwards:
Here comes the Sun King.
Everybodys happy.
Everybodys laughing.
Here comes the Sun King.
Here comes...

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    wotdoiknow
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    May 27th, 5:48am report


    It's just John fucking around with words and ideas. The foreign sounding lyrics he admitted himself were just gobbledygook gibberish which he loved



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    anonymous
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    Oct 20th, 2018 10:27pm report


    suN kinG



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    anonymous
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    Apr 22nd, 2017 4:02pm report


    Gnik=king Nus=Sun
    Eht=the Semoc=comes Ereh=here



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    anonymous
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    Jun 11th, 2011 6:48am report


    it doesn't really mean anything.
    It is a reversed version of the Abbey Road song "Sun King." The lyrics aren't even different words. They're just the lyrics to "Sun King" written backwards. The song was reversed for the Cirque du Soleil show LOVE. The song forwards means the same backwards. Also, according to wikipedia:
    The lyrics of "Sun King" reflect Lennon's growing obsession with the Severan Dynasty of the Roman Empire.
    The faux mixing of Romance languages occurs in the last three lines of the song. In 1969, Lennon was interviewed about these lyrics and said, "We just started joking, you know, singing 'cuando para mucho.' So we just made up... Paul knew a few Spanish words from school, you know. So we just strung any Spanish words that sounded vaguely like something. And of course we got 'chicka ferdy' in. That's a Liverpool expression. Just like sort – it doesn't mean anything to me but (childish taunting) 'na-na, na-na-na!'"



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    anonymous
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    Feb 22nd, 2011 2:24am report


    Appearing on the album Love, this is a backward version of Sun King. It may be refering to a deity, God, an idol, or some other person.




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