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Re: They are african words!
• Posted by: Nate Jackson   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, June 8, 2004, at 7:02 a.m.
• IP Address: adsl-70-240-71-89.dsl.hstntx.swbell.net
• In Response to: Re: They are african words! (Livia Parvula)

> We're getting a bit confused here. The ablative never ends with -um.
> Flavum is the accusative of the adjective flavus=yellow, golden...There's
> also the word Flevum, neutral,nominative/accusative/vocative which was a
> town in the region of Germania Inferior. Sorry, just had to get this
> straight:b The rest of the lyrics has nothing to do with latin.

Ok, so what? She mouthed some things that sound like real words in diferent languages. That explains why there are only a few words that you can recognize. Because the rest is jiberish. PLease refer back to my earlier post and read the entire thing. I have proof that the words are made up from Hans Zimmer and Lisa herself from interviews and quotes! I cited my findings with web a address so you and others who dont believe, can see for yourself.
Nate Jackson




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