"Across the snows (untranslated)" as written by Mikko Ilmari Salovaara, Mikko Ilmari Salovaara, Teemu Eemeli Tuominen, Markku Aaro Naereneva, Atte Tanskanen and Ilja Jalkanen....
He came along across the snows
Spitting curses from his mouth
Striding through the icy land
Grasping steel within his hand

Humiliation he suffered
Such that a man cannot forgive
But must deliver revenge
Like a true warrior he will

A bitter man - a void embrace
Weariness toward the human race
Soul torn to pieces
By chains of despair

Finally he arrived
And from the gates he announced
Time to wake for I have come
The reckoning is here!

But first let's drink your finest ale
Let our spirits free
Let it rise into our heads
Before I'll make you bleed

Yksinään hän vaeltaa mis' varjot lankeaa
Halki usvan ja roudan vain teräs seuranaan
Sydämensä kylmä on kuin maa routainen
Mutta silmissään viha polttava kuin kiuas tulinen

(If someone can translate this from finnish, it takes a finnish-fluent speaker to do it, it would be appreciated)


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    General CommentTranslation:

    Alone he vanders where the shadows fall
    Across haze and ground frost only steel as his company
    His heart is as cold as the icy land
    But in his eyes burning anger like fiery kiuas

    I do speak finnish fluently, but I'm not so sure about my english. I hope you get the main idea anyway.
    Kiuas means the "fire box" we use to warm sauna.
    suoRa|on April 04, 2007   Link
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    General CommentI think its more like
    "But in his eyes hatred burning like a fiery sauna stove"
    PPuumaon July 17, 2008   Link

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