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Re: lyrics [Now We Are Free]
• Posted by: Maria   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Friday, December 27, 2002, at 11:12 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: lyrics [Now We Are Free] (HotCod)

Everyopne says that it sounds like Spanish. OF course it does. Spanish (French, Portuguese, English, and Italian) is a romance language. It has many roots in Latin. After Romans invaded the peninsula, they had influenced many things, including language. It should sound like Spanish, because Spanish is derived from Latin, the language of Rome. As for these words, I have no idea what they mean or what language it is. I've actually seen another version of the lyrics. These are the two i've seen.

Anol shalom
Anol sheh lay konnud de ne um {shaddai}
Nom de leesh
Ham de nam um das
La um de
We de ze zu bu
We de sooo a ru
Un va-a pesh a lay
Un vi-i bee
Un da la pech ni sa
Un di-i lay na day
Un ma la pech a nay
mee di nu ku
(Fast tempo, 4 times)
La la da pa da le na da na
Ve va da pa da le na la dumda
Anol shalom
Anol sheh ley kon-nud de ne um.
M-ai shondol-lee
Flavu... {Live on...}
Lof flesh lay
Nof ne
Nom de lis
Ham de num um dass
La um de
Shom de nomm
Ma-lun des
Alas sharum du koos
Shaley koot-tum.

alol shaddon anor shelleh
k'laud vai ya
avingosh londre lafle
ende se shapay
e'so a'pe
anaa fesh alde
wono fesh e sal
e fe aflay
anaapesh alde e'fel
yano leno dana yehkado lanadona
yano leno dana yehkado lanadona
leno dewonda
lapadash lenor dana elkadon
alol shaddon anol shelay
k'lad a vey ya flefon.....
flefon...mai shandaleese..slel'nor
flafleshla flale landaleesh
adonoosh londle flavle,,vlaish
shandonor mandesh
alol sharandonorkosh sh'le'katon

I'm not sure which is right. I'm not sure what language it is, or if it is many languages, or a made up one. I'm jsut saying it sounds like Spanish because Spanish came from latin mostly.


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