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

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Re: Lyrics & Interviews for "Now We Are Free"
• Posted by: kai   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, April 24, 2010, at 3:36 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Lyrics & Interviews for "Now We Are Free" (Carrie)
• Now Playing: now we are free

> That really sucks, here I think I'm listening to some pretty gaelic song
> and it has no meaning whatsoever, its basically just gobbaldygook. that
> ruins my appreciation for the music. Why call it Now We are Free when it
> has nothing to do with freedom? It's just her doing pretty riffs, which
> doesn't impress me in the least. It's far harder to sing in another
> language than to just make one up. Trust me on this, I've sang in German,
> Latin, French, Finnish, and Russian. All are way more difficult to sing
> than her made up language.

when it comes to lisa gerrard and enya some of their lyrics are made up the adiemus and now the" now we are free"..hmm i thought it was hebrew because of the shalom..but it's not, as i read in one review they folow syllables that would not distract the notes/tempo and melody of the piece. anyway..these music work..the orchestra is the real carrier of the beautiful problem.but it's still best if it's something people can understand.

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