HomeQ&AHow do you translate "Back-to-School-Blues"?

How do you translate "Back-to-School-Blues"?

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It is a poem that the children are learning. It goes like this

Hair's been cut. It's neat again.

Got socks and shoes on my feet again. Saddled with a bag a s new as my shoes.

I got the mean ol' back-to-school blues.

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updated AGO 27, 2009
posted by ldespujols
Did you copyright that? in the 50's that could have been made into a hit song? Now since there's no sex, drugs, or mayhem it would never make it. - - 0074b507, AGO 27, 2009

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Ashtonsan, that means "To return to the school of blues." That's not the question they asked, they asked "How do you say 'back-to-school blues'?"

updated AGO 27, 2009
posted by LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA
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volver a la escuela de blues

updated AGO 27, 2009
posted by ashtonsan
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Los Blues (tipo de musica, entonces no necesita cambiar el nombre) del retorno(vuelve) de escuela? Honestly I don't really know, maybe a native speaker can help you, sorry!

updated AGO 27, 2009
posted by LAtINaPunKROcKerAConFundidA
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