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Comments about the soundtrack for Gladiator (Hans Zimmer/Lisa Gerrard)

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• Posted by: Reagan
• Date: Monday, November 27, 2006, at 11:43 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: lyrics (Louise)

well first of all...of course all languages take words from other languages to form their own language...everyone knows of course its gonna have some other words that you recognize..but they will mean somehting different in this language that you guys can't seem to figure out...and the language is either hebrew, dansih, roman, austrian, greek, gaelic, hungarian, east indian or airabic.

it's a language that they would have used in that time...

its not randomly sung..because if it was there would be no pattern..and it would not work as well as it does...

it's funny how some of you say ohh its bf sang it to me..blah blah..and how someone else says ohh its gaelic..cuz i can speak the language but not fluently...and how someone says its hebrew cuz you can also speak the you guys should do your research before saying what it is..because obviously you have no idea what the language actually is...

by the way..i never thought that anyone else would like this song..or ever search for it..i thought i was the only one that actually liked the im glad to see others are searching for this song and liking the song...because it is beautifully sung...and it makes me think of everything...its probably one of the best songs ever writen and sung in hundreds of years..its so powerful..sadning but yet happy...its something that no one can ever put into words that will ever describe how great it is.

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