I'm here for cotton eye Joe
Unde venis? Quo vadis? Unde venis, Xylinum-Ocule Josephe?
It's a reference to a traditional American folk song.
Unde ( Whence )
Venīre, Veniō ( Come, Approach )
I'd been married long time ago
Unde venis, ubi is?
Unde venis? quo is?
"Ubi" wouldn't be used with a move, I think.
But Unde (from)/Quo (to)
Ubi is more for a static place.
Sounds like "unde venit?" Reported
The speaker does not sound the "s" at the end of "venis". After several attempts to guess how the word ends, I decided it was probably with a"t".
The pronunciation of words often changes when you're singing them
Next time, please flag it and report a problem with the audio.
Is "Where are you coming from?" acceptable?
It should be. If not, please flag it and report "My answer should be accepted."
Would "Where are you from?" be a correct translation?