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  1. Qué será, será definition, what will be, will be. See more.
  2. Jul 24,  · Que sera, sera means 'whatever will be, will be'. The translation is closest to Spanish, but it really is Italian in origin. The phrase became a major part of the lexicon when Doris Day had a big.
  3. “Que Sera, Sera” was featured in the Alfred Hitchcock film The Man Who Knew Too Much and won the Academy Award for Best Original Song in It also topped the UK Pop Chart and reached #2 in.
  4. Que sera, sera What will be, will be Que sera, sera Submit Corrections. Thanks to Savithri, John for correcting these lyrics. Writer(s): Jay Livingston, Galt Macdermot, Jean-christophe Le Saout, Raymond B Evans. This song was introduced in the Alfred Hitchcock film "The Man Who Knew Too Much" (). Doris Day's character performs it in the film.
  5. The phrase "Que Sera, Sera" came from a movie called The Barefoot Contessa, where the family motto of the character played by Rossano Brazzi is "Che Sera, Sera."The motto in the film is Italian, but Evans and Livingston switched the "Che" to "Que" because more people spoke Spanish in the US.
  6. Jul 25,  · Jacqueline François - Que Sera Sera - Chanson du film l'homme qui en savait trop de: Alfred Hitchcock avec James Stewart, Doris Day, Daniel Gélin.
  7. A spanish phrase. Translation: What will be, will be. This is Spanish for "what will be, will be." This is something you say when you are stuck in a hopelessly unchangeable situation, but have come to accept, or even embrace the unchangability of it all. This is similar to the phrase "it is what it is.".
  8. And six days later on June 7th, "Whatever Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera, Sera)" entered Billboard's Hot chart at position #78*; ten weeks later on August 9th, it would peak at #2* {for 2 weeks} and it stayed on the chart for 27 weeks, for .

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