Beatles: Michelle Meaning
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Song Released: 1965
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Michelle ma belle
These are words that go together well,
Michelle ma belle,
Sont les mots qui vont très bien ensemble
Tres bien ensemble.
I love you, I love you, I love you,
That's all I want to say,...
anonymous Dec 1st, 2016 12:02am report
They are telling Michelle she is beautifully assembled, like the words they have put together to express their affection for her and her mother tongue.
kooljohn176 Oct 14th, 2016 10:21pm report
One of the most popular BEATLES love songs to help rise the love to love the name ''Michelle''. When Paul and John took a French class, chose Michelle, ''ma belle'' name and words because it sounded and rymed just fine to them. With ''these words that go together well'' and the translation in French is ''sont des mons qui vont tres bien ensemble'' which was used in the song. But unfortunately the French verse was often misunderstood like it was played in some backward fashion to mean ''The Sunday monkey won't play piano song'' or ''somebody's monkey won't play piano'' on a Sunday I suppose. Anyway most people loved and still love this song to hear as a joy of love for ''Michelle'', but maybe not to be played on a Sunday to often.
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anonymous Apr 8th, 2009 4:33am report
Sont des mots qui vont très bien ensemble,
Très bien ensemble.
means, more or less;
"are some words that go very well together, very well together."
hope this helps!
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