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Re: Lyrics to charging fort wagner
• Posted by: Ryan Hoover   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, October 5, 2005, at 10:41 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Lyrics to charging fort wagner (Ryan Hoover)

Sweet I think you have it spot on I'm only detecting a few times where it doesn't seem to fit but the words are so muddled behind the orchestra that I can't tell this from that anyways. Nice to know that I at least got the central chrous word for word though. That only took a week a year ago when I was trying to decipher it again. Ahh that's three Soundtrack songs that I didn't have the lyrics for but do now. Yay for the internet. And geesh looking through some of these posts man I should be on here more often. Yes of course the song follows the same format as O Fortuna. So does Duel of the Fates from Star Wars. All the lyrics are different though O fortuna is an old gregorian text, Charging Fort Wagner is based off of the Requiem Mass, and Duel of the Fates was sanskrit. Anyways I still bow to your superior searching skills let me know where ya found it again if ya get a chance.

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