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

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Re: Latin and/or Hebrew
• Posted by: SD
• Date: Friday, September 7, 2007, at 12:24 p.m.
• IP Address: doc-24-32-124-230.hvnr.ok.cebridge.net
• In Response to: Re: Latin and/or Hebrew (Sion)

> This is the funniest thread I've ever seen. No-one is listening to anyone
> else!

> So pay attention. The song is by Lisa Gerrard, not Enya. The lyrics are
> verbal nonsense. Some bits may sound like words from other languages but
> that is a coincidence. The artist herself has stated that the lyrics are
> meaningless, they are simply a vehicle for her voice.

> There will never be a translation into english.

> OK?

Haha... I was just thinking that... how many people actually read the posts before they posted worthlessly... lol.

At first I wanted an answer, so I could share in the meaning, b/c I just "KNEW" that if I knew the translation I could understand why it could sound so beautiful, but that's just the point. You know how some things you just can't define in words, this is a beautiful way to express those kind of feelings without ruining it by language. Not knowing the title or any language I could feel the meaning of the song better than anything words could ever say.

WOW..




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