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Maailma on rikki (English translation)

  • Artist: Ellips (Elli Haloo (Elisa Tiilikainen))
  • Song: Maailma on rikki 4 translations
  • Translations: English, Russian, Sami, Swedish
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The world is broken

Hey! Beautiful world
Don't let us die young
 
I've long knocked on the ceiling of the sky, but no one's around
Every day I'm afraid when something bad happens somewhere
If it goes well, I'll push it away
So works a human
 
I am also so damn afraid of the big Space
And that, that after it there will never be anything new
What I remember of the time before birth
Well, nothing at all
 
My world is broken, but damn beautiful
My mind is broken, but still real
My world is black, but I'm not ready yet
And even though Hell shouts
I'll plug my ears and walk into the rain
 
It's easier to get lost into books than to bear the reality
That deep anemia, swirling next to you, year after year
I should be positive
So death happy
 
But if the life breaks everything, so death fixes it all
And after that I glide like Mercury or Leskinen
But before that I will still check
If the world opens up
 
My world is broken, but damn beautiful
My mind is broken, but still real
My world is black, but I'm not ready yet
And even though Hell shouts
I'll plug my ears and walk into the rain
Walk into the rain
 
My world is broken, but damn beautiful
 
Hey! Beautiful world
Don't let us die young
(x2)
 
Thanks!
thanked 4 times
Submitted by BesoariaBesoaria on Sat, 26/01/2019 - 19:12
Added in reply to request by harroldjharroldj
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Maailma on rikki

Translations of "Maailma on rikki"
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JunkratJunkrat    Fri, 05/06/2020 - 20:22

Can any Finn please explain to me what does "tuukkaan" mean in this song (8th line from the top)? Is this the colloquial form for "tuleekaan" or something else? I am a grammar geek and even though my finnish is rudimentary I still try to understand how the language works from technical perspective, especially in poetry / songs

FaryFary    Sat, 06/06/2020 - 20:45

It's a colloquial form of "tulekaan".

JunkratJunkrat    Sat, 06/06/2020 - 21:05

Thank you for the clarification! I usually check wiktionary if I encounter a new word, but this time I couldn't find any articles in it, and google search doesn't always help, unless you have some sort of fluency in your target language. Thanks again

FaryFary    Sat, 06/06/2020 - 21:20

You're welcome!

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