Default Earworm or Lost in Translation

Written by Nathalie Kalbach. Posted in Inspirational Video

A catchy tune in German is called an Earworm – literally translated. Meaning you can’t stop singing the song in your head. I actually like the word – you say Ohrwurm :)

Such an Ohrwurm I shared in my Über*Media Acrylic Paint Online Workshop in the 3rd lesson published monday (you can sign up anytime – but right now you join in real-time over the next weeks).

It is by Django Django and called Default – a song I can’t get out of my head and I love the video!

What’s your Ohrwurm right now?

Have a wonderful catchy tuned day ;)

Nat

 

Nat

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Comments (11)

  • Marsha.

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    Hadn’t seen the video before… Cool! Great Ohrwurm too, mine usually are the songs you rather not have in your head :-s

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  • Katja

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    Die Ärzte: Sohn der Leere.
    Oh yeah! Habe die Ehre. Ich bin der Sohn der absoluten Leere.
    Am singing it nonstop since yesterday.

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  • Caroline

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    Today it is Jennifer Lopez ft Pittbull – On the floor.

    Very catchy and summery song.

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  • Sue Clarke

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    Luck of the Draw by Bonnie Raitt but it changes daily depending on what song my hubby or son “puts” into my head before they walk out the door. LOL

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  • jjsobey

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    My current earworms (and yes – I use that term too!) are “Somebody that I Used to Know” by Gotye, “I’m the One that’s Cool” by The Guild, and “I’m an Imagineer” by The Imagineers.

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    • jjsobey

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      PS – I rather like the music choices you pick for your videos – I get to hear music that is new to me.

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        Nathalie Kalbach

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        LOL- I am glad you like it- I have a weird music taste sometimes ;)

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