Miley Cyrus does not like the pressures stones make.
What, you ask. Well, please see Google Translate.
Cyrus, appearing on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” took part in the host’s segment “Google Translate Songs,” putting strange lyrics to hits like Ed Sheeran’s “Shape of You” and Rick James’ “Super Freak.” The lyrics were placed into Google Translate and then shuffled back into English.
Cyrus kicked things off with the strange rendition of “Shape of You,” which is surely a version Hannibal Lecter could relate to.
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One line: “Latch to my torso and throw me a cadaver.”
She continues, “I stand on your body’s curves/We do not like pressures stones make/But my organ drops right out/Yeah I like that cadaver.”
Next up: Fallon, with his version of “Super Freak,” which became “Really Weird.”
He sings, “This girl has an exemplary/Until toenails come from the top.”
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“This girl has become mad/Literacy for the girl/Newspaper’s new thoughts/She is OK, she is OK/The girl has become OK for me/She’s really weird, she’s really weird, yes.”
Cyrus then continued the fun with a translated version of Dusty Springfield’s “Son of a Preacher Man.” While the lyrics were drastically altered, Cyrus still carried the performance with that “exemplary” voice of hers.
“Can you tell me where I left my house/Only one person contacted me/A minister’s male child/Only one male child ever informed me/A minister’s male child…” Cyrus sings.
The pair finished things off with a duet of Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell’s “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough.” The new title: “Land Forms Do Not Prefer to Get High.”
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“I want aided limbs/I arrive two times/Very rapidly,” Cyrus sings.
The two then reach the chorus singing, “Landforms don’t prefer to get high/Depressions don’t prefer to fall over/I won’t overweight your harbor/I’m going to purchase your baby.”
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