"Inno A Satana" as written by Rezso Seress, Laszlo Javor and Sam M. Lewis....
O'mighty Lord of the Night. Master of beasts. Bringer of awe and derision. Thou whose spirit lieth upon every act of oppression, hatred and strife. Thou whose presence dweleth in every shadow. Thou who strengthen the power of every quietus. Thou who sway every plague and storm. Harkee.
Thou art the Emperor of Darkness. Thou are the king of howling wolves. Thou hath the power to force any light in wane. Sans mercy. Sans compassion nor will to answer whosever asketh the why. Thy path is capricious but yet so wide.
With no such thing as an impediment to strong. Every time thou consecrate me to another secret of Thine. I take another step towards Thy Pantheon.
Forever wilt I bleed for Thee. Forever wilt I praise Thy dreaded name. Forever wilt I serve Thee. Thou shalt forever prevail. Inno a Satana...

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    General CommentNo, it means "hymn to satan"
    reyeson October 26, 2004   Link
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    General CommentIts basically a song in praise of Satan; not much more to the lyrics.
    Kodos86on April 07, 2004   Link
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    General CommentInno a Satan translates (roughly) as "flow through Satan".
    Kodos86on April 14, 2004   Link
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    General CommentClearly inspired by Carducci's 'Inno A Satana' poem.
    Wolferaon November 29, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis song is what got me into black metal.
    bumfromhellon June 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis was the first black metal song I ever listened to so long ago. Its still my favorite, but basically It's exactly what the title translates, "Hymn To Satan." Such a beautiful song. I think it would be awesome if Ihsahn did what Metallica did with S & M. An orchestral version of this song would be quite amazing.
    Satans Messengeron November 20, 2008   Link

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