"Obertura MDXX" as written by Sergio Cisneros Anguita, Francisco Javier Gomez De La Serna Alvarino, Jesus Maria Hernandez Gil, Juan Carlos Marin Lopez, Jose Mario Martinez Arroyo Gonzalez, Sergio Martinez Rubio, Fernando Ponce De Leon...
Desde el principio de los tiempos
Los ríos han sido las arterias que transportan vida

Las montañas y la tierra fueron mi piel
Los bosques y la selva mi pelaje

Todo estaba en permanente armonía
Hasta que apareció el ser más cruel y caprichoso que jamás conoció este planeta

El hombre

Una forma de vida supuestamente inteligente
Pero desperdiciada por la codicia, la violencia y la incultura

Yo soy gaia, la madre naturaleza
Y todo el mal que me hagas, ¡te lo devolvere!


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"Obertura MDXX" as written by Fernando Ponce De Leon Abellan Carlos Prieto Guijarro

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    TranslationSometimes its difficult to translate while keeping the exact same meaning.
    So here's my poetic.like translation. The meaning is still the same.

    Since the begining of time, the Rivers have been the arteries that transported Life. The Mountains and the Earth were my skin, the Forests and the Jungles; my fur, everything was in permanent harmony..

    Until the most cruel and whimsical being that this Planet has ever known appeared; The Human! A form of Life supposedly intelligent but ravaged by greed, violence, and incivility.

    I am Gaia: the Mother Nature. and all the Evil you carry out upon me, unto you I will reciprocate!.
    Extremo317on March 08, 2013   Link

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