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« on: January 05, 2011, 11:32:57 AM »

Hi everyone, my name is Simone Smiley,i'm new here, casually i read this topic yesterday. I'm italian and the song is in great part in latin, but is really difficult also for me that i studied latin during the high school. We also have a sort of italian theme introduced by the female voice, Aniway i translated it as follows:

Conicere (to hurl )
salutare (To honor your king or your land )
cora presto (a sort of wish of prosperity),
Matrem (mother) 
Sempiternum ( eternal ... referred to the wind ),
Ventus afer (african wind, more exactly the Volturnus or Volturno by the name of the homonymous latin God, a south-est wind in italian called "scirocco")
Choir :" svelte le tue ali con i celi rosa " ( unfurl your wings to the sky)
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