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

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Re: the real language of the song
• Posted by: Guy Noir   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Thursday, August 22, 2013, at 4:07 p.m.
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• In Response to: Re: the real language of the song (Karl)

> I have found a possible translation, I do not believe it though, they say
> it is only hebrew but the translation I did didn't work in hebrew.

> what I did is a combined translation of multiple languages. I still did
> not get very far and I have no idea if any of it is even right, but I
> liked the idea

> Anol shalom
> Anol sheh lay out a konnud of
> Flavum
> Nom de leesh
> Ham de nam um das
> One of the
> Flavne...

> We drank from ze zu
> We had sooo of ru
> A will has a lay Pesh
> Un vi-i bee
> One of the unlucky it is
> Un di-i lay that day
> Un but the unlucky and nay
> Mee now for the benefit of

> La la, but that it only on that
> He knows that it is going to only on the dumda

> Anol shalom
> Anol sheh-nud socially constructed ley not mind
> Flavum
> Flavum
> M-ai shondol-lee
> Flavu...
> limits flesh lay
> Nof not
> Nom de lis
> Ham of the fact that a num
> The order of
> Flavne...
> Flay
> Shomen of nommer
> Ma-on Monday
> Dwondi
> Dwwoondi
> Alas sharum of koos
> Shaley koot-tum

What would be nice, if she would create a translation of her made up language into a known language, or at least provide the meaning so that one can sing this song with the meaning intact but in an existing known or dead language (latin, etc.). Other wise, its basically sung like an ariah, the voice as a musical instrument.

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