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The rest of the song….

February 5, 2010

I have a great video on the site but this “stagnent video” has the whole song. It’s the way I remembered it from high school. Can you believe I worried about this shit then!

Word Origin & History
c.1430, from M.Fr. dominion, from M.L. dominionem (nom. dominio), from L. dominionem “ownership” (see domination). British sovereign colonies often were called dominions, hence the Dominion of Canada, the formal title after the 1867 union, and Old Dominion, the popular name for the U.S. state of Virginia, first recorded 1778.

dominion 

 

What the hell….this song is so cool too

OK…I love Sisters of Mercy … this song also is worth learning….although it appears the band ran out of money for the video … stock footage. Oh well….cool none the less.

Haunting…if you know me … ask me why

In a sea of faces, in a sea of doubt
In this cruel place your voice above the maelstrom
In the wake of this ship of fools I’m falling further down
If you can see me, Marian, reach out and take me home…..

CHORUS
I hear you calling Marian
Across the water, across the wave
I hear you calling Marian
Can you hear me calling you to
Save me, save me, save me from the
Grave…
Marian

Marian, there’s a weight above me
And the pressure is all too strong
To breathe deep
Breathe long and hard
To take the water down and go to sleep
To sink still further
Beneath the fatal wave
Marian I think I’m drowning
This sea is killing me

CHORUS

Was ich kann und was ich konnte
(What I can do and what I could do)
Weiss ich gar nicht mehr
(I just don’t know anymore)
Gib mir wieder etwas schönes
(Give me something beautiful again)
Zieh mich aus dem Meer
(Drag me from the sea)
Ich höre dich rufen, Marian
(I hear you calling Marian)
Kannst du mich schreien hören
(Can you hear me calling?)
Ich bin hier allein
(I am here alone)
Ich höre dich rufen, Marian
(I hear you calling Marian)
Ohne deine hilfe verliere ich mich in diessem Ort
(Without your help I am lost in this place)

CHORUS
[repeat Marian til end]

Mary Ann is my mother….

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