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Re: Lyrics to charging fort wagner
• Posted by: Glory Fan
• Date: Tuesday, June 29, 2010, at 8:15 p.m.
• IP Address: dsl-189-225-56-224-dyn.prod-infinitum.com.mx
• In Response to: Lyrics to charging fort wagner (Anthony koll)
• Now Playing: Charging Fort Wagner

Just a late comment: they clearly sing "Liber scriptus proferetur / continentur, libera me" and not "continentur, unde mundus". And at the main chorus, I listen once and hear "Libera me" three times; listen twice and hear indeed "Spargens ante, libera me..."; listen thrice and again three "libera me"s, and so on. What you people think? Maybe it has to do with the pronunciation, cause, for example, at "respa tura unde, tura unde", they utter "inde". "Libera me, ante therne" sounds a lot to me like "Libera me, eterne". Count the syllables (it's Latin: you utter every single vowel) and you'll see what I mean. Notwithstanding, a million thanks for these coveted lyrics.




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