"Slania's Song" as written by and Christian/glanzmann Glanzmann....
Catoues caletoi
Urit namantas anrimius
Ro- te isarnilin urextont
Au glannabi rhenus
Ad ardus alpon
Tou' magisa matua
Tou' brigas iuerilonas

Budinas bardon
Clouos canenti
Anuanon anmaruon
Cauaron colliton
Adio- biuotutas robirtont
Uolin cridili
Are rilotuten atrilas

A ulati, mon atron
A brogi'm cumbrogon
Exs tou' uradiu uorrobirt
Cenetlon clouision
Cauaron caleton

A blatu blande bitos biuon!
A‚ m' atrila, a‚ ma helvetia!

Tou' mnas et genetas
Tigernias, tecas
Tou' uiroi uertamoi
In sose cantle cingeton
In- gutoues -beronti
Cante cladibu in lame
Exsrextos canumi

A ulati, mon atron
A brogi'm cumbrogon
Exs tou' uradiu uorrobirt
Cenetlon clouision
Cauaron caleton

A blatu blande bitos biuon
A‚ m' atrila, a ‚ ma helvetia


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"Slanias Song" as written by Christian Glanzmann

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    General Commenti cant get enough of this song! its AMAZING! i love it, its really touching! ive had it on constant replay for the last two days! the singers voice is so pure!
    DarkXXon October 16, 2008   Link
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    General CommentIt's a song in the Gaulish language, sort of a patriotic love song for your country. Same sort of deal as Inis Mona (most likely about the Isle of Man)
    Openthegateson October 24, 2008   Link
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    General CommentHere's the quote out of the Slania 2008 CD insert:

    "Again, a song in the beautiful Gaulish language, written by David Stifter (teaching at the celtology seminary, university in Vienna/Austna). It's a pretty patriotic song actually - a kind of love song for ones' tribe's homeland if you want."
    RainbowDemonon January 04, 2009   Link
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    General CommentFinally, a song I can listen to that makes me feel even prouder being french.
    TrueLiaron June 17, 2012   Link

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