Whether it's Las Ketchup, Vengaboys or "Holly Dolly," it is always fun to watch a novelty pop dance song break around the world. Quite similar in feeling to 30s influenced "Doop," "We No Speak Americano" began in Australia and South America before making its way to Europe, the UK and now the US. The collaboration of Australian artists Yolando Be Cool and producer DCUP samples "Tu Vuo Fa L'Americano," a 1950s song by Renato Carsone for a retro-tinged, bouncey pop dance song with staccato stab and bits of period horns and strings. The results are quite catchy and it will be interesting to see how far this song will go in the US. The official video is a fun take on the lovable tramp Charlie Chaplin who just can't seem to do anything right. It's interesting to note that the sampled lyrics are sung in the Neapolitan language, spoken in Naples, Italy. The original song was about Italians trying to become Americans and speaking broken English.