Napoleon’s lyrical guide


Touchdown_2Super Bowl XLII was the most-watched Super Bowl ever, and the ratings for those companies who had a spot during this advertising mecca are still coming in. That aside, many of you are still wondering what the French lyrics to Garmin’s Napoleon commercial translate to. While there have been many guesses, one one has quite cracked the code. So before you go booking a flight to Paris to ask one of the locals, we’ll let you in on the translation instead. Thanks to everyone who attempted to translate the lyrics, and for all the kind comments we’ve received since the spot!

"Under the sun, it’s perfect, with my friends we drive, on the highway to paradise – alright – let’s go in my car – the life before us is a beautiful sight, oh baby, here we go, let’s go to paradise – alright – Garmin-Garmin-Garmin!"

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