Oonagh - Gäa (English translation)

English translation

Gaia

Morning radiance covered with dew,
The light of day hidden in the leaves.
She lives in us, in fields and forests
Preserves the world, gives shape to the Earth.
 
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Fire and water
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Air and Earth
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Mother of all things, of all that lives
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Fire and water
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Air and Earth
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Voice of (all) voices, show us the way
 
You are in us, we are in you.
You weave the world until the end of time.
 
Listen to the wind, hear the night
With every word Gaia gives you power.1
Open yourself, she takes you up,
Her breath lifts your soul upwards.
 
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Fire and water
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Air and Earth
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Mother of all things, of all that lives
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Fire and water
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Air and Earth
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Voice of (all) voices, show us the way
 
You weave the world until the end of time.
 
Feel her heart - it beats in us.
Life follows her eternal pulse.
 
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Fire and water
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Air and Earth
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Mother of all things, of all that lives
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Fire and water
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Air and Earth
Gaia, Gaia, Gaia - Voice of (all) voices, show us the way
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You weave the world until the end of time.
 
  • 1. "Kraft" could also be translated as "strength", "force", etc., but I thought "power" sounded the best.
Submitted by Preciouss on Tue, 02/09/2014 - 18:20
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Gaia (Gäa in German) is the Greek goddess of Earth, the Great Mother of the universe. For more information see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gaia_%28mythology%29

German

Gäa

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