"Krummavisur" as written by Michael Rhein, Marco Zorzytzky, Dp,, Jon Thoroddsen, Sebastian Lange, Kay Lutter, Reiner Morgenroth, Boris Pfeiffer-yellow and Andre Strugala....
Krummi Svaf Н Klettagjб
Kaldri Vetrarnуttu Б
Verрur Margt Aр Meini
Verрur Margt Aр Meini
Fyrr En Dagur Fagur Rann
Freрiр Nefiр Dregur Hann
Undan Stуrum Steini
Undan Stуrum Steini

Krummi Svaf Н Klettagjб
Krummi Svaf Н Klettagjб

Allt Er Frosiр Ъti Gor
Ekkert Fжst Viр Strцndu Mor
Svengd Er Metti Mнna
Svengd Er Metti Mнna
Ef Aр Hъsum Heim Йg Fer
Heimafrakkur Bannar Mйr
Seppi Ъr Sorpi Aр Tнna
Seppi Ъr Sorpi Aр Tнna

Krummi Svaf Н Klettagjб
Krummi Svaf Н Klettagjб

Цll Er Dakin Нsi Jцrр
Ekki Sйр Б Holtabцrр
Fleygir Fuglar Geta
Fleygir Fuglar Geta
En Pу Leiti Ъt Um Mу
Auрa Hvergi Lнtur Tу
Hvaр Б Hrafn Aр Eta
Hvaр Б Hrafn Aр Eta


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"Krummavisur" as written by Kay Lutter . Dp

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    General CommentThat's one of the coolest song I've heard.

    For those who don't know, Krummavísur is an Icelandic national poem and a song, which In Extremo has changed very nicely to this metalled up tune. As a metal fan I really fancy this song. The lyrics are sung in Icelandic, and here's the translation:

    The raven slept in a rock-rift
    On a cold winters night
    There are many things that can hurt him
    Many things that can hurt him
    Before a beautiful day came
    He pulls his frozen nose
    From underneath a big rock
    Underneath a big rock

    The raven slept in a rock-rift
    The raven slept in a rock-rift

    Everything is frozen outside
    You can't get anything at the beach
    I'm so hungry
    I'm so hungry
    If I go to a house
    The dog forbids me
    To eat from the garbage
    Eat from the garbage

    The raven slept in a rock-rift
    The raven slept in a rock-rift

    The earth is covered in ice
    You can't see the ground at all
    Full-fledged birds are capable of
    Full-fledged birds are capable of
    But even though I look everywhere
    There's just one color
    What can a raven eat
    What can a raven eat?


    Well it's not a very good translation, but it's very hard to translate a poem anyway. I'm Icelandic and I barely understand some parts of the poem, because it's so old. And my English isn't perfect.. :P
    penrhynon December 03, 2006   Link

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