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How do you say song stuck in my head in Japanese?

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How do you say song stuck in my head, in Japanese?  Obviously, you must have a song stuck in your head or you would not be searching for this phrase.  We at Babelfish.com know all too well what it is like to have a song stuck in our head.  All day today I had a song stuck in my head by the black eyed peas.  This song in my head was going for so long it became a form of torture, almost like the Chinese water torture.

But you would like to know how to say song stuck in my head in Japanese.  Let’s get to the point.  The way to say song stuck in my head in Japanese is:

atama no naka de tachiōjō.

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  1. Kristi

    on May 02, 2011 Reply

    I know how you feel, I have had many songs stuck in my head lately. The way to say, song stuck in my head, in Japanese is,

    歌が私の頭の中で立ち往生

    The phonetic spelling of this phrase in Japanese is,

    Uta ga watashi no atama no naka de tachiōjō.

    There was an old song from the 1960s that went something like this,
    That song is driving me crazy,
    I want to hear it again.
    First time I heard it,
    I was with some friends.
    It’s just a simple little song,
    And you can sing along,
    With an old time melody.
    So when you play that crazy little,
    Song again for me.

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