"The Mass" as written by Eric Levisalles and Carl Orff....
Semper crescis
Aut decrescis
Vita detestabilis
Nunc obdurat
Et tunc curat
Ludo mentis aciem

Nunc obdurat
Et tunc curat
Ludo mentis aciem
Egestatem
Potestatem
Dissolvit ut glaciem

Divano
Divano re
Divano blessi
Divano blessia
Divano blessia
Divano
Divano re
Divano blessia
Divano blessia

Sors salutis
Et virtutis
Michi nunc contraria
Est affectus
Et defectus
Semper in angaria
Hac in hora
Sine mora
Corde pulsum tangite

Divano

In divano

Sors salutis

Divano

Hac in hora
Sine mora
Corde pulsum tangite
Quod per sortem
Sternit fortem
Mecum omnes plangite


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"The Mass" as written by Eric Levisalles Carl Orff

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    General CommentThanks to BigBear for the Latin lyrics, I will give the translation below..

    Translation :
    " Always increasing
    Or decreasing
    The detestable life
    Now difficult
    And then easy
    With your games sharpens

    Now difficult
    And then easy
    With your games sharpens
    Poverty
    Power
    Dissolves like ice

    Often my health
    And my virtue
    Are now contrary for me
    Affected
    And defective
    Always in torment
    In this hour
    without delay
    Take the pulse of my heart

    In this hour
    Without delay
    Take the pulse of my heart
    Which through fate
    She overthrows my strength
    Weep all of you with me "
    DarkPrometheuson April 13, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI love this song. There is something about it can't explain it. It just overwhelms me.
    Ladysphinxon February 06, 2012   Link

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