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14 November 2012, 08:19 | Updated: 14 November 2012, 10:15
The South Korean stars says he pondered with the idea of giving his international fans a full translation of the song.
PSY has confessed that he will never perform his smash hit single 'Gangnam Style' in English because he thinks it will confuse his fans.
The South Korean singer told Capitalfm.com that he believes that people are enjoying the music, regardless of understanding the exact words, and he is happy for that to be the way.
"I was a little bit confused. I was like 'should I translate this one?'," he admitted. "There was so many people who were already enjoying the music by itself. So what I thought was, maybe if I translate it someone will get the idea of the lyrics but they might get even confused more with the translation because they already got it as it was – so for this song, I'm not going to do it."
He did however give Capital a quick insight into a few of the words featured in the song admitting the words "lady" and "man of man" are used every eight bars.
The singer also opened up about his plans for his next single and teased that he has been working with Justin Bieber on an upcoming collaboration.
He promised that the team-up between the pair would be "explosive" and hasn't finalised the exact details of the hook-up just yet.
Meanwhile, PSY also recently admitted that he would love to teach US President Barack Obama the famous 'Gangnam Style' dance after hearing the American leader "thinks" he knows how to perform the moves.
You can watch PSY speaking to Capitalfm.com about the translation of his hit song 'Gangnam Style' below: