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    English is basically a rather obscure Low Germanic dialect with two layers of pig Latin on top.

    Right now I'm listening to "Vision Thing" by the Sisters of Mercy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Horned God
    True enough; Celts, Romans, Saxons, Vikings, Normans, it seems English rule has changed hands roughly
    And Pakis, but you mentioned them without mentioning them...
    Leave behind the weak, we must take the strong in hand:
    Together are the wicked violent forces in command

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    What?! I am sure I would never dare cast any such doubts apon the intentions of our noble Aryan brothers! eyes:

    And now, a fresh new post for the the subject in hand..

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    At the moment I am listening to a version of A song for Ireland by Clannad, which you can download by clicking on the link then scrolling down and clicking 'Free'


    Songwriter: Phil Colclough

    Lyrics:
    Walking all the day, near tall towers
    where falcons build their nests
    Silver winged they fly,
    they know the call of freedom in their breasts
    Saw Black Head against the sky
    with twisted rocks that run down to the sea
    Living on your western shore,
    saw summer sunsets, asked for more
    I stood by your Atlantic sea
    and sang a song for Ireland

    Talking all the day with true friends
    who try to make you stay
    Telling jokes and news,
    singing songs to pass the night away
    Watched the Galway salmon run
    like silver dancing darting in the sun
    Living on your western shore
    saw summer sunsets, asked for more
    I stood by your Atlantic sea
    and sang a song for Ireland

    Drinking all the day in old pubs
    where fiddlers love to play
    Someone touched the bow,
    he played a reel
    it seemed so fine and gay
    Stood on Dingle beach
    and cast in wild foam we found Atlantic bass
    Living on your western shore,
    saw summer sunsets asked for more
    I stood by your Atlantic sea
    and sang a song for Ireland

    Dreaming in the night I saw a land
    where no man had to fight
    Waking in your dawn
    I saw you crying in the morning light
    Lying where the falcons fly,
    they twist and turn all in you e'er blue sky
    Living on your western shore,
    saw summer sunsets asked for more
    I stood by your Atlantic sea
    and sang a song for Ireland
    Close observation may result in feelings of horror, wonder and awe at world you find yourself inhabiting.

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    ABBA - Eagle


    They came flying from far away, now I’m under their spell
    I love hearing the stories that they tell
    They’ve seen places beyond my land and they’ve found new horizons
    They speak strangely but I understand
    And I dream I’m an eagle
    And I dream I can spread my wings

    Flying high, high, I’m a bird in the sky
    I’m an eagle that rides on the breeze
    High, high, what a feeling to fly
    Over mountains and forests and seas
    And to go anywhere that I please

    As all good friends we talk all night, and we fly wing to wing
    I have questions and they know everything
    There’s no limit to what I feel, we climb higher and higher
    Am I dreaming or is it all real?
    Is it true I’m an eagle?
    Is it true I can spread my wings?

    Flying high, high, I’m a bird in the sky (I’m an eagle)
    I’m an eagle that rides on the breeze
    High, high, what a feeling to fly (what a feeling)
    Over mountains and forests and seas
    And to go anywhere that I please

    And I dream I’m an eagle
    And I dream I can spread my wings

    Flying high, high, I’m a bird in the sky (I’m an eagle)
    I’m an eagle that rides on the breeze
    High, high, what a feeling to fly (what a feeling)
    Over mountains and forests and seas
    High, high, I’m a bird in the sky (I’m an eagle)
    I’m an eagle that rides on the breeze
    High, high, what a feeling to fly (what a feeling)
    Over mountains and forests and seas
    And to go anywhere that I please

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    Alan Stivell -- "Brian Bórú"


    Maraíodh Brian Bórú chun beatha na hÉireann
    Síochain in gCuige Uladh agus i mBaile 'Cliath
    Aontacht an teaghlaigh, aontacht na dtuath
    Aontacht an domhain is na gCeilteach

    Marv Brian Bórú 'reiñ buhez 'n Iwerzhon
    Dihan e Bro-Ulad ha ba kêr Dulenn
    Unded an tiegezh, unded an dud-mañ
    Unded ar Gelted hag an douar


    Diouzh nerzh ar c'hadou da nerzh an ehan
    Diouzh 'bed doueek bennozh ar c'haroud

    O neart an chatha go neart na síochana
    On bhith dhiaga beannacht an ghrá.


    Diouzh nerzh ar c'hadou da nerzh an ehan
    Diouzh 'bed doueek bennozh ar c'haroud

    O neart an chatha go neart na síochana
    On bhith dhiaga beannacht an ghrá.


    Marv Brian Bórú 'reiñ buhez 'n Iwerzhon
    Dihan e Bro-Ulad ha ba kêr Dulenn
    Unded an tiegezh, unded an dud-mañ
    Unded ar Gelted hag an douar

    Maraíodh Brian Bórú chun beatha na hÉireann
    Síochain in gCuige Uladh agus i mBaile 'Cliath
    Aontacht an teaghlaigh, aontacht na dtuath
    Aontacht an domhain is na gCeilteach

    Duirt siad gurbh é seo sochraide ar muintire
    Gur choir duine bheinn sollunta féin
    Bíodh nach raibh brónach

    Tá muid 'nos na haimsire
    Go h-airid an ghrían
    Agus thogh muid áit bhóg cois abhann

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    jamie bissmire - craft


    lyrics:
    bam bam bam bam bam bam bam ... multiplied by a milion

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    The Pogues & The Dubliners -- "Whiskey In The Jar"


    As I was going over the far famed Kerry mountains,
    I met with Captain Farrell and his money he was countin'.
    I first produced me pistol, and then produced me rapier,
    Saying, "Stand and deliver, for you are the bold deceiver!"

    Musha rig um du rum da
    Whack fol the daddy o
    Whack fol the daddy o
    There's whiskey in the jar

    I counted out his money and it made a pretty penny,
    I put it in me pocket and I took it home to Jenny.
    She sighed and she swore that she never would deceive me,
    But the devil take the women for they never can be easy.

    Musha rig um du rum da
    Whack fol the daddy o
    Whack fol the daddy o
    There's whiskey in the jar

    I went up to me chamber all for to take a slumber
    I dreamt of gold and jewels and sure it was no wonder,
    But Jenny drew me charges and she filled them up with water,
    And sent for Captain Farrel, to be ready for the slaughter.

    Musha rig um du rum da
    Whack fol the daddy o
    Whack fol the daddy o
    There's whiskey in the jar

    'Twas early in the morning before I rose to travel,
    Up comes a band of footmen and likewise Captain Farrell;
    I first produce my pistol, for she stole away my rapier
    But I couldn't shoot the water, so a prisoner I was taken.

    Musha rig um du rum da
    Whack fol the daddy o
    Whack fol the daddy o
    There's whiskey in the jar

    And if anyone can aid me, 'tis my brother in the army,
    If I could find his station in Cork or in Killarney.
    And if he'd come and join me we'd go roving through Kilkenny,
    I'm sure he'd treat me fairer than my own sporting Jenny.

    Musha rig um du rum da
    Whack fol the daddy o
    Whack fol the daddy o
    There's whiskey in the jar

    There's some takes delight in the carriages a rolling,
    Some takes delight in the hurley or the bowlin'.
    But I takes delight in the juice of the barley,
    And courting pretty fair maids in the morning bright and early.

    Musha rig um du rum da
    Whack fol the daddy o
    Whack fol the daddy o
    There's whiskey in the jar



    Happy St. Patrick's Day!
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    The beatles. I must say i appreciate very much many movies sonorities and musics. Rocky III- IV, are the best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Northern Tiger
    The beatles. I must say i appreciate very much many movies sonorities and musics. Rocky III- IV, are the best.
    Training music?

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