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My mother told me

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'My mother told me
Someday I would buy
Galley with good oars
Sail to distant shores
Stand up high in the prow
Noble barque I steer
Steady course for the haven
Hew many foe-men,
hew many foe-men'
 
His brother's name was Jubal; he was the father of all
who play stringed instruments and pipes. (Genesis 4:21)

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Present

How to put it? I have no idea
I’ve got too much to say, but they all gone in my heart
The blue tranquil sky is so far away
Having you by my side makes me feel deep in peace
What a long journey, what a long life
Time flies. What a long wait
When happiness blossom in my heart at that moment
I’d like you by my side, sharing such happiness
 
How to put it? I have no idea
I’ve got too much to say, but they all gone in my heart
The blue tranquil sky is so far away
Having you by my side makes me feel deep in peace
In peaceful nights, I used to pray for you
Hoping that I can be the present in your life
When happiness blossom in my heart at that moment
I would like you by my side, sharing such happiness
 
What a long journey, what a long life
Time flies. What a long wait
When happiness blossom in my heart at that moment
I would like you by my side, sharing such happiness
In peaceful nights, I used to pray for you
Hoping that I can be the present in your life
When happiness blossom in my heart at that moment
I would like you by my side, sharing such happiness
 
How to put it? I don’t know
I’ve got too much to say, but they all gone in my heart
The blue tranquil sky is so far away
Having you by my side makes me feel deep, deep in peace
 
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Winter Nights

Sídu-Hall! Pale and cold!
Storm wind beats, both goods and yard
 
'Do not sacrifice where false gods reign.
Do not believe everything you see.'
'Do not sprinkle dust on holy mound.'
What to the dísir care about that?
 
The dísir are riding again!
Look, the dísir are riding again!
Winter nights, dísablót,
neglect it if you wish!
 
Throughout the night herds are riding forth.
Dísir are approaching the farmstead in the moonlight
If hird in white appear your life will be spared.
 
The horrific journey of the mob begins up north.
If you see them in black with swords drawn.
You will fall eternally and your life will perish.
 
Listen now! There's sound coming from behind the door!
Stay attentive, do not touch that door latch
 
But the storm has calmed, the night is clear.
Grabbing the sparkling sword.
Hear the sound of hooves fast approaching from the north.
There he sees nine dísir in black!
 
Once again, Sídu-Hall stands pale and cold.
On the farmstead a son has suffered a death blow.
The dísir move away with the tribute of sacrifice
Sacrificing his life to Hel!
 

Music Box

A dusty box set
and inside a picture
with your first boyfriend
cavalry lieutenant ...
On the hand-embroidered tablecloth
the pretzels with a tea
in your Venetian living room
the 5 - 4 - 23 …
Boat trips
your babysitter, a Chopin nocturne
a kiss on your hand
a camellia
a lapin muff
and deep in your tired eyes you have left
melancholy
that strokes your white hair
and takes you away…
 
Jesus, Jesus, you may say,
how funny I was!
You’ll smile, but you’ll feel a lump in your throat:
how beautiful you were
and what are you now?
An old music box
that no longer works…
 
In the reading room, after lunch,
lying on the sofa
you were reading eagerly a novel
with some phrases a bit risqué …
And on Thursday morning at a concert
with your parents at the “Odeon”
you were very bored
and were already thinking of the Charleston.
Baths at the beach
your horse
and a bamboo parasol
your braids, your dance card
and the cuckoo clock …
 
Now they have left you alone
now they have ran away
and maybe your picture
comforts you a little …
 
Jesus, Jesus, you may say,
how foolish I am!
And from your sweater you’ll pull out a handkerchief
and you will wonder
if staying down here on earth is good for something
to an old music box
that no longer works…
 
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Welcome

Everybody is welcomed here, you can live there
The best for the other ones
You just have to want it
The one who has it, gives it
You give this, I give that
So come on!
 
Who comes here alone in the morning
He won't leave alone
It's like that in every family, it works well
So welcome to the family!
 
Who comes here alone in the morning
-(welcome to the family)
He, who is there is here, and not going anywhere
-(welcome to our place)
So welcome to the time, that would give
-(would give)
One hundred brothers is better than few
 
The bond binds us, to the land with no borders
We want to celebrate through the nights and days
And there is more and more of us
I'm here for you
And there is your happiness for me
So come on!
 
Who comes here alone in the morning
-(welcome to the family)
He, who is there is here, and not going anywhere
-(welcome to our place)
So welcome to the time, that would give
-(would give)
One hundred brothers is better than few
 
Let's remember the ones, who are gone
They go by our sides
Time is ours, we are looking for love
We want to tell our stories
We make all our friends laugh
 
That place is the most beautiful
There is peace and serenity
Perhaps I saw it in my dreams
And wanted to live there
 
It's hard to believe
That I met this place
It has soul
And welcome me with family
The most beautiful pipedream
 
-(Come on)
Who comes here alone in the morning
-(A family that he has got there)
He won't leave alone
-(Welcome to our place)
It's like that in every family, it works well
So welcome to the family!
 
Who comes here alone in the morning
-(A family that he has got there)
He, who is there is here, and not going anywhere
-(welcome to our place)
So welcome to the time, that would give
One hundred brothers is more than...
What we want to give them...