"Cathar Rhythm" as written by Eric Levisalles and Guy Cedric Protheroe....
Don't you come back now?
Don't you turn your eyes?
And if you dare to look
I'll be you waiting

Impera e nessimo
Impera samie nero
Dove di immantore Dio

You hear my prayer
Don't you turn your eyes?
And if you dare to mourn
I'll be you waiting

Impera e nessimo
Impera samie nero
Dove di immantore torra

E mani diavole
E mano diavole
E nere mani diavole

Impera e nessimo
Impera samie nero
Dove di immantore Dio

Don't you come back now?
Don't you turn your eyes?
E nere mani diavole
You hear my prayer
E nere mani diavole
I'll be you waiting


Lyrics submitted by alaska98

"Cathar Rhythm" as written by Guy Cedric Protheroe Eric Levisalles

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

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    General CommentIt is powerful, really I like it, but I'm afraid that alaska98 didn't interpret the Latin parts correctly, they should be like this ..

    Latin :
    " Impera ve nessimo
    Impera sa mi ve nero
    Dove di immantore divo "
    Translation :
    " The empire is nothing
    The empire became black
    Where are you, frightful God "

    Latin :
    " E mani diavole
    E mano diavole
    E nere mani diavole "
    Translation :
    " And hands of the devil
    And hand of the devil
    And black hands of devil "
    DarkPrometheuson April 13, 2009   Link
  • +1
    My InterpretationThe Cathars! What a nice name for that middle-age movement considered the true Christians (cathar in greek mean "pure one(s)"). It's very important to mention that this was a dualist movement which means they considered that both Good and Evil existed (the good being the spiritual and the evil, the physical)

    The song is about a Cathar singing about the reality of the world. He is praying for (the good) God to come back ("Won't you come back now?", "You hear my prayer") because the world (or empire) became corrupted ("black") and the hands of the devil (the bad God [maybe through the Church]) are holding the empire. So the Cathars were waiting for the good God to come back and spiritualize the world.

    Thus the title of the song: "Cathar Rhythm", the rhythm that their hearts vibrated, their thoughts ( e.g. duality) and energy.
    IamTheIamon August 05, 2014   Link
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    General CommentOMG i totally love this song! I think that the dark toning and percussion just give this a powerful and strengthening feeling, while the choir lift it and give the depth some light and hope.
    magicmuseon January 09, 2007   Link

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