"Ameno" as written by Eric Levisalles and Guy Cedric Protheroe....
Dori me interimo
Adapare
Dori me
Ameno Ameno
Latire
Latiremo
Dori me

Ameno
Omenare imperavi ameno
Dimere Dimere matiro
Matiremo
Ameno

Omenare imperavi emulari
Ameno
Omenare imperavi emulari

Ameno
Ameno dore
Ameno dori me
Ameno dori me

Ameno dom
Dori me reo
Ameno dori me
Ameno dori me
Dori me am

Ameno
Ameno

Ameno
Omenare imperavi ameno
Dimere dimere matiro
Matiremo
Ameno

Omenare imperavi emulari
Ameno
Omenare imperavi emulari

Ameno
Ameno dore
Ameno dori me
Ameno dori me

Ameno dom
Dori me reo
Ameno dori me
Ameno dori me
Dori me am

Ameno
Ameno
Ameno dori me
Ameno dori me
Dori me...

Ameno
Ameno dore
Ameno dori me
Ameno dori me

Ameno dom
Dori me reo
Ameno dori me
Ameno dori me

Ameno
Ameno
Ameno
Ameno dori me
Ameno
Ameno dori me

Ameno dom
Dori me reo
Ameno
Ameno dori me
Ameno
Ameno dori me


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"Ameno" as written by Guy Cedric Protheroe Eric Levisalles

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    General CommentEs triste amar y no ser amad@
    Es triste amar y callar...
    Pero es mas triste amar
    y tener que olvidar...
    Nunca sabes que amas a una persona
    hasta que la haz perdido...Porque
    hay tres cosas que nunca regresan...
    la felcha lanzada... la palabra dicha
    y la oportunidad perdida...
    hannita18on February 10, 2002   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI love this song!!!
    frostprincess777on February 25, 2009   Link
  • -1
    General CommentCould someone please tell me in which language this song is written? I bet on Latin, but I'm really not sure.
    TemplarKnighton June 07, 2002   Link
  • -1
    General CommentThis song is in "Pseudolatin". It's a combination of Latin and French, so there's no real way to interreperate what it means.
    alaska98on July 12, 2002   Link
  • -1
    General CommentIt is Dog Latin or mock-Latin and it refers to the creation of a phrase or jargon in imitation of Latin, often by directly translating English words (or those of other European languages) into Latin without conjugation or declension. Unlike the similarly-named language game Pig Latin (a form of spoken code popular among young people), Dog Latin is more of a humorous device for invoking scholarly seriousness, especially when creatively used in nomenclature and naming conventions. Sometimes "dog Latin" can mean a poor-quality genuine attempt at writing in Latin. Hope my info is quite on the subject;)
    Rayderon September 01, 2008   Link

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