Thanks, Internet!: Shakira's 'Whenever, Wherever' Performed As A Heavy Metal Song

June 30, 2017


This is a video of Norwegian vocalist and multi-instrument musician Leo Moracchioli performing Shakira's 2001 hit 'Whenever, Wherever' in the style of a heavy metal song. It was weird to hear him scream "MY BREASTS ARE SMALL" out of nowhere though because those are not the full lyrics. The full lyrics are:

Lucky that my lips not only mumble

They spill kisses like a fountain
Lucky that my breasts are small and humble
So you don't confuse them with mountains

Honestly, I didn't even know those were the lyrics until I looked them up out of curiosity (which almost killed me). Still, if somebody confuses your breasts for actual mountains they're probably blind and have a very poor sense of touch. Me? I would never do that. *closes eyes, reaches for breast* Oh yeah, that's a breast alright. "That's my elbow." I wasn't going to say anything but it did feel bony.

Keep going for the video, as well as the original for reference.

Thanks to C, who agrees there's no way Sharika's hips haven't at least told a fib.

  • Jenness

    I tried to watch but I couldn't get over my need to cut that gross stringy and slightly matted looking rat tail dangling off his face

  • The title of Shakira's song is "whenever, wherever". There is no "whatever" in the title...

  • Forblat

    SUERTE that you were here to tell us that

  • palpable ovaltine

    So Shakira+Metal=System of a Down

    Good to know.

  • GeneralDisorder

    Of course. Because SOAD and Shakira are both pop trash. So... it's only logical that they'd sound similar when played similar.

  • David

    This is my favorite:

  • Martin Ruby

    For me it's this one, it's awesome.

  • Wilf Smith

    Leo rocks ! I've bought many of his covers - I think I like his Stayin' Alive the best.

  • TheQiwiMan

    Okay, well played there, 2:08, you have earned my 'like'.

  • The_Wretched

    Thanks, I was trying to decide if it was worth my time to find it.

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