"Stetit Puella" as written by Michael Rhein, Sebastian Lange, Kay Lutter, Reiner Morgenroth, Boris Pfeiffer, Andre Strugala, Marco Zorzytzky and Dp,....
Stetit puella
Rufa tunica
Si quis eam tetigit
Tunica crepuit
Heiß, heiß wie Blut
Heiß, heiß wie Blut

Es war die junge Maid

Rot I'm roten Kleid
Wer ihr Kleid berührt
Hat die Glut gespürt
Zeig mir die Glut, zeig mir die Glut
Zeig mir die Glut

Wie dein Blut so rot
Stetit puella

Wie dein Blut so rot
Tamquam rosula
Et os eius floruit
Facie splenduit

Heiß, heiß wie Blut
Heiß, heiß wie Blut

Wie die Rose rot
Hat sie hell geloht
Antlitz hat geglüht
Roter Mund geblüht

Zeig mir die Glut






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"Stetit Puella" as written by Reiner Morgenroth . Dp

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    General Comment"Stettit Puella
    Rufa tunica
    Si quis eam tetigit
    Tunica crepuit
    Hot, hot as blood
    Hot, hot as blood
    Was the young maiden
    Red in the red gown
    Who thouched her gown
    Had felt the heat
    Show me the heat
    Red as your blood
    Show me the heat, show me the heat
    Red as your blood
    Stetit puella
    Tanquam rosula
    Facie spenduit
    Et os eius floruit
    Hot, hot as blood
    Hot, hot as blood
    Red like the rose
    She burned (?) bright
    Face had glowed
    Red mouth bloomed
    Show me the heat..."

    My latin from school is much to bad to translate the latin lines, but the german ones give a very good impression of this songs meaning. Puella is latin and means "girl" if I recall it correctly. Tunica is "gown" I think, rosula "the rose", splenduit is related to the english "splendour" and floruit could mean "blooming".

    Once again a song about passion, but I think the most romantic song I've ever heard.
    Neithanon April 03, 2006   Link

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