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Kıl Oldum
(I Get Annoyed)

 

This page contains a translation into English of the lyrics to the popular Turkish song "Kil Oldum", which was sung by Tarkan. Also included is a transliteration of the Turkish lyrics into the Roman alphabet so you can sing along if you like.

Song lyrics are provided for educational purposes. If you like the song, please purchase either the album or a download from an authorized source.

Lyrics: Alpay Aydin
Music: Tarkan Tevetoğlu

Tarkan

 

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Listen to MP3 Clips of This Song

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Sung by Tarkan

 

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Lyrics

Turkish Lyrics

English Translation

Verse 1:

Verse 1:

Takmış takıştırmış  She’s adorned herself too much (referring to jewelry)
Sürmüş sürüştürülmüş She's too made up
Bir dağınıklık, bir rüküşlük The untidiness, the tackiness
Kıl oldum abi I get annoyed, brother.
   

Verse 2:

Verse 2:

Giyinmiş rengarenk  She's dressed in all colours
Perperişan hali Her condition is a disaster.
Üstelik çorabı da kaçmış On top of that, her pantyhose are ripped.
Kıl oldum abi I get annoyed, brother.
   

Verse 3:

Verse 3:

Kaçacak yer ararım I'd look for somewhere to hide
Görsem karanlıkta If I could see in the dark
Basına güneş mi geçti Did you get sunstroke (meaning, did you lose your mind)
Ne oldu sana? What happened to you?

Repeat Verse 3

Repeat Verse 3

   

Chorus:

Chorus:

Kendine gel kendine  Return to yourself, return to yourself
Dönde bir bak haline Turn and look at your condition
Aynalara küsmüsün Did you fight with your mirrors?
Kıl oldum abi I got annoyed, brother

Repeat Chorus

Repeat Chorus

   

Sing Chorus 3 Times

Sing Chorus 3 Times

   

Sing Chorus 4 Times

Sing Chorus 4 Times

 

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Where to Get Recordings of this Song

Yine Sensiz Album Cover

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Listen to Clip

Artist: Tarkan
Album Title: Yine Sensiz

 

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About the Translator

This translation was created by Eva, a half Turkish, half Persian Oriental dancer and teacher living in Ottawa, Ontario Canada. She loves classical Egyptian, Turkish Rroma and Persian Dance. She is also known as Aasiyah on Bhuz.com and can be reached at belly_dancer@rogers.com.

Eva is available to do custom song translations from either Turkish or Farsi (Persian) to English. Contact her for current fee schedules.

Click on the photo of Eva to the right to see it in more detail.

Photo of Eva, the Translator

 

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