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Comments about the soundtrack for The Matrix Revolutions (Don Davis)

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Re: Navras (song played over credits) FULL lyrics?
• Posted by: Vanessa   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Monday, December 10, 2012, at 2:43 p.m.
• IP Address: 47-233.197-178.cust.bluewin.ch
• In Response to: Re: Navras (song played over credits) FULL lyr... (Agent-Smith)

I absolutely hear mazaltov and then I hear a sound like "messiah". I know that these are not the lyrics but it sounds that way. I don't speak Hebrew but I can hear that. Besides all the movie has like huges symbols about the Bible. The messiah (neo), the resurrection on neo, him dying for the humanity, the promise land: sion, neducadnessar and many many other that anyone who has some knowledge about the Bible can see.
Whatever the lyrics are, I'm sure it is meant to sound that way even if the "real lyrics" are different.
I don't speak currently English so I might have done some mistakes, sorry about that, however the main message stays comprehensible, to my opinion.

Hope this discussion is not too old and that someone will answer to this post!

May God bless each of you!
Vanessa




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