"Over Bleknede Blåner Til Dommedag" as written by and Ian Kenneth/kopperud Aakesson....
Langt om lenge det stormens blest
Slår tidevannets sprekninger
Slår hav på en skatt
Har snart alle skogstjern frosset til is
Og snøen dekker en fjelltopp
Stripels kriger traust han var som satte
Sitt mot I gammel tid
Vandrer hen til dodoy skar etter sin bane
Storgildt strid
Bleser bleknede blåners land
Overforlatt og dunkel jord
Og bra for fedre som har seiret
Norskehavets skumrings fjord
Reisen gjennom dimmen er grå
For meg er den et skall av forfars liv
Blesne blekne blåner fjell
Inn I en gråvendt natt
Jeg reiser over bleknede blåners fjell
Og her I morket er jeg forlatt
Snart har sno tynget hver en grend
Snart har kong vinter beseiret jord
Her hvor en gang de gamle falt I marken
For å legge den ode oy
Og gjore den ren
Over bleknede blåners fjell
Jeg drar I dens dunkle morkmanns ord
Over land hvor fedres kamp har seiret
Hvor vikingsverd satte tydelig spor


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"Over Bleknede Blaner Til Dommedag" as written by Ian Kenneth Aakesson Bjoern Denker

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    General CommentEnglish translation from darklyrics.com:

    Over Fading Blue-Horizon Until Judgement Day]

    Long in length the storm's blast wind
    Strikes tidewaters' ??
    Strikes ocean over a treasure
    Has quickly all forest-ponds frozen
    And the snow covers a mountaintop
    Soldier strong he was
    Who sat unafraid in old days
    Wanders to death-island chasm after his pure honourable conflict
    Faded blue-horizon's land
    Deserted and black earth
    And good for forefathers who have ruled
    The Norwegian ocean's dusk's fjord
    The trip through dusk is grey
    For me is it a shell of forefathers' lives
    Fade blue mountains on the horizon
    Into a turned-grey night
    Travel over fading blue-horizon's mountains
    And here in darkness I am deserted
    Quickly has snow oppressed every bough
    Quickly has king winter conquered earth
    Here where once the old fell in the field in battle
    In order to lay the island to waste
    And make it clean
    Over fading blue-horizon's mountain
    Travel in its dark dark-man's word
    Over land where forefathers' battle has conquered
    Where Viking-sword sat plainly in sight

    this is just a sample on how good they used to be.
    Dimmu Borgir....what the hell happened?!?!?
    shaman_FETOon February 06, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThink much can be corrected at many places in that translation. but its a very hard to translate that song. they use the words an average norwegian man wouldnt use daily / never said before
    Shadez0ron March 24, 2007   Link
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    General Commentyeah, i agree with shadez0r.
    and the translation there is just weird.
    imnotokon January 27, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI really prefer the Dimmu Borgir of old that sang about norse mythology and arthurian legends instead of all the 'hail satan' crap that every single metal band sings about.
    jgb0893on April 13, 2011   Link

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