|1. ||Duduk of the North [5:33]|
|2. ||Now We Are Free [4:47]|
|info: Juba's mix|
|3. ||The Protector of Rome [1:25]|
|4. ||Homecoming [3:35]|
|5. ||The General Who Became a Slave [3:03]|
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|Q: ||I'd like to know in what language are the lyrics of "Now We Are Free." Can you help me? Thanks (from Stefano in Naples, Italy)|
|A: ||Thanks also to Nate Jackson for some of the interview / web references (below), and lyrics I found on the web. Fascinating "made up language" mystery SOLVED! It is not Irish-Gaelic or Latin, or anything else. It is Lisa's own language.
Q: WHAT IS THAT LANGUAGE?
A: "I sing in the language of the Heart," begins Gerrard. "It's an INVENTED LANGUAGE that I've had for a very long time. I believe I started singing in it when I was about 12. Roughly that time. And I believed that I was speaking to God when I sang in that language." (thanks to Kathie, Chicago) add more info
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