I hope you are recording your music as I am sure it is quite special. It’s super easy, we promise! Thank you and goodnight! You have a bunch of 40 choral singers singing in Aramaic next to a Melismatic Choir it will sound totally different apart from the Chantey.

---. Through the golden fields > Her own special language is one she has had since she was a child, and how > Nom de leesh Nom de leesh (Aaahh) Hence the "watching the screen and It was funny how Ridley and I played the entire film with music and, > no dialogue. Please help to translate "Now We Are Free". This is probably the most reasonable explanation. From Nate Jackson, on Filmtracks.com: second post: All OF YOU LISTEN!!! You people should try reading interviews! I felt a strong sense of keening because it is the death of a big man.

> Click here to visit: Gladiator Soundtrack Lyrics Page: > people should try reading interviews! !ALONG WITH ALL THE, > OTHER LYRICS SANG BY LISA IN THE WHOLE MOVIE OF GLADIATOR!!!!!!!!!!! !NOTHING AT ALL!!!! And that is it ladys and gentleman! Sorry, try again. We de sooo a ru > singing in it when I was about 12. !HE said quote, > "you better be recording when Lisa starts to sing because whatever, > she starts singing cannot be duplicated. Anol sheh lay konnud de ne um {shaddai} It is not words or any particular language. Thank you and goodnight! I believe I started singing in it when I was about 12. Part of the point is that the speaker speaks to all people regardless of their specific languages, so all people find meaning in it. Flavum. > Hans Zimmer & Lisa Gerrard who discuss the the song and the words. I am no good at translating but I have a talent for identifying language. Yours, CT, The language she speaks in is called tounges, it is how some born again christians speak to God.> Here's all the info I could find about the lyrics to "Now We Are > I was struck by lightning when I turned 9 years of age. GOOD GOD!!!!!!! > It is a made-up language of Lisa Gerrard’s, all her own. > from Cristóbal Marcet, with other comments by Nate Jackson ("End to > P.S. > more discoveries. Here’s a note from an interview with Hans Zimmer, composer of the soundtrack for “Gladiator, when questioned about the “made up language”: http://www.dreamworksfansite.com/gladiator/interviews/Hans_Zimmer.htm. > known to man. > no dialogue. I have pasted it all, > Here's the link to the filmtracks.com website where I posted what I could, > from Cristóbal Marcet, with other comments by Nate Jackson ("End to, > Read through everything below, including quotes from interviews etc. Mee di nu ku, (Fast tempo, 4 times) You > soundtrack for “Gladiator, when questioned about the “made up language”: > http://www.dreamworksfansite.com/gladiator/interviews/Hans_Zimmer.htm. (Message edited on Monday, April 2, 2007, at 8:24 p.m.). You can't translate her lyrics because they aren't even words, just sounds that almost seem to be words. It is not words or any particular language.


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