Japanese Translation - Verse 1 + 2 Houston New Orleans - Shhh! The Secret Podcast

Japanese Translation
Verse 1 + 2 Houston New Orleans

21 There’s a spout! – this is referring to the water veers in line 9
Verse 2

7 Fills the afternoon hours – You can fill a cup. But there is a more direct and simpler way to translate this description…

8 – 9 Here is a sovereign people
Who build palaces to shelter
Their heads for a night! – This is a quote from a famous book. So lets pull out the encyclopedia and flip it upside down.

Pharbott:
Line 21: There’s the spout. This relates to line 9 “the water veers,” so obviously it would
mean…
Poem #2
Line 7: Fills the afternoon hours literally translates to (japanese: “fill the afternoon hours” [“find
things to do in the afternoon?”]), but if you fix this to a more easy, direct expression…?
Line 8-9: Here is a sovereign people who build palaces to shelter their heads for a night!
This is a quote from a famous book. Now, go through a dictionary of quotations!

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