posted on Sep, 8 2012 @ 12:46 AM
Originally posted by iwilliam
Allow me to shed some light:
I believe the lyrics in this song are supposed to represent the "very cold night" which will be followed by "three days darkness." At least
that's how it sounds to me. I think there's a recent thread here on ATS that gets into the subject...
thank you. Who knows?
Pls take it as a given fact and do not expect OP to answer all or any of your questions, or to throw any blame on the OP only because I decided it is
worth of. Yes it is my favorite band in Russia, anything wrong? Otherwise I would not know of it.
Latest transcript of the 1st paragraph in Russian that I got, together with English trans. And that is something difficult because well the record is
not so good and the singer does not pronounce the words quite clear, and the Russians I work with have difficulties in transcript. The song does not
appear to have lyrics published online yet - it is a new one. Here it is the last version that doesn't pretend to be perfect:
"Когда холод населяется все люд' тьма
а на целой планеты зима
и повторяется полная тьма"
"When cold darkness is inhabited by all the people
but on the whole planet is winter
and is repeated complete darkness"
"When cold is inhabited by all the people in the darkness "
I think the meaning is clear although we don't have 100%, and I am sorry at the petty attempts of the first posters to just stop the thread by making
the OP feel as uncomfortable as possible! I forgive them, and am thankful of those 60 people who clicked upon the embedded video. Perhaps it is they
who get the rea message, and not some of the posters.
This is something important, I am telling you, because those kids sing on every major concert in Moscow. The concerts are part of the life in Russia.
And the parents listen to the kids who listen and will believe first. It is full of other songs with meanings, that I have either discussed already,
or will keep them for later. You can find Ararat lyrics online, I checked it. It is worth of reading!