Cartoon Songs - Redwall Opening Theme (German translation)

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Redwall Opening Theme

I am that is1
My sword shall wield for me
 
  • 1. This is an anagram for "I Matthias" the main character of the show's name
Submitted by Zarina01 on Sat, 20/01/2018 - 15:12
Last edited by Zarina01 on Mon, 09/04/2018 - 03:28
Submitter's comments:

This is by far and away one of the best canadian cartoon shows ever

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German translation

Retter von Redwall (Englischer Vorspann)

Ich bin, was ist.
Mein Schwert solle für mich schwingen.
 
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Submitted by SiHo_92 on Mon, 22/01/2018 - 00:20
Author's comments:

If anyone knows what the authors of this cartoon intended by saying "I am that is.", please tell me! I'm curious…

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Zarina01    Mon, 22/01/2018 - 00:37

Ok so i just watched the third episode, and apparently "I am that is" is an anagram for "I Matthias" (The main character of the show's name)

SiHo_92    Mon, 22/01/2018 - 00:51

Omg smile Wow, I hadn't expected this! Thanks a lot!

petit élève    Wed, 07/02/2018 - 03:29

I finally got my hands on the cartoon. As the story goes, for some reason this ancient mouse knight has foretold the coming of the main character, and is talking to him directly inside his head.
One does wonder why he went through the pains of thinking up this nonsensical sentence as a riddle, build a special crypt to hide his weapons and have this huge wall tapestry woven in the first place if he can just talk to the guy and tell him "Hey dude, you're the chosen one! My sword is hidden under the flowerpot by the porch!"
Oh well, I suppose kids are dumb enough to swallow any kind of nonsense, aren't they?
The show is on par with Scooby Doo as far as subtelty is concerned, but luckily the comic relief rabbit who talks like an over the top old Brit is rather funny Regular smile