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I just made an impressionistic translation of the song
• Posted by: Marty   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, October 29, 2005, at 4:43 p.m.
• IP Address: node102.union.geneseo.edu
• In Response to: Re: Now We Are Free lyrics found (Dave)

Here are the impressions I get hearing this song sung. Maybe it'll help guide some of you, maybe not. But this is what I interpret:

Almighty Freedom
Almighty freer of the soul
Be free,
Walk with me
Through the golden fields
So lovely
Lovely.

We regret our sins, but
We sew our own fate and
Under my face I remain
Feeble.

Under my face, I smile,
Even alone/afraid.
Under my face I'll be
Waiting.

Run with me now soldier of Rome
Run and play in the field with the ponies
Run with me now soldier of Rome
Run and play in the field with the ponies
Run with me now soldier of Rome
Run and play in the field with the ponies
Run with me now soldier of Rome
Run and play in the field with the ponies

Almighty Freedom
Almighty freeer of the soul
Rest now.
Rest now.
And imagine,
Resting with peace at last.
It's lovely, this land.
It's lovely.
No one can believe or understand
How far I came just for
Family.
My family.
I should have been there with them when the world crashed down.
But now they rest with me.

I'll never forget
How I felt that moment:
I became free.




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