Helvegen (अंग्रेज़ी में अनुवाद)

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The path to Hel

Who shall sing me,
Into deathsleep sling me,
When I on the path to Hel go,
And this track I tread
Is cold, so cold, so cold.
 
I sought the songs,
I sent the songs.
Then the deepest well
Gave me tears so harsh
From the Slain-father's1 pledge.
 
I know everything, Odin,
To whom you gave your eye.
 
Who shall sing me,
Into deathsleep sling me,
Whence I on the path to Hel go,
And this track I tread
Is cold, so cold, so cold.
 
Early or in the day's end,
The raven still knows if I fall.
 
Once you stand at the gate to Hel
And when you have to tear free,
I shall follow you
Over Gjallarbrú2 with my song.
 
You will be free from the bonds that bind you,
You are free from the bonds that bound you!
 
"Cattle die,
Friends die,
So, too, must you die.
Though one thing
Never dies;
The fair fame one has earned.
 
Cattle die,
Friends die,
So, too, must you die.
I know one,
That never dies;
Judgement of a dead man's life."3
 
  • 1. "Father of the slain"
  • 2. Gjallarbrú (literally "Gjöll Bridge") is a bridge spanning the river Gjöll ("Resounding") in the underworld, which must be crossed in order to reach Hel.
  • 3. Verses from Hávamál, 76-77.
vaevictiusvaevictius द्वारा रवि, 15/06/2014 - 10:32 को जमा किया गया
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आख़िरी बार मंगल, 25/08/2015 - 16:33 को vaevictiusvaevictius द्वारा संपादित
लेखक के कमेन्ट:

As the commenter said, the lyrics and the translation are in the video, but if you're too lazy to look, here you go! Changed a tad bit to be a bit more literal, but nothing major.

Source is just the same video that's already there, but hey, rules are rules.

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Helvegen

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TrampGuyTrampGuy    बुध, 18/06/2014 - 13:11

please add the source you used for this translation.

FrisianFrisian    शुक्र, 10/07/2015 - 09:03

Thank you for the translation. I wanted to note that "Allfather" would be 'Alfa∂ir'.
"Valfader" means "Slainfather", i.e., father of the slain, also referring to Odin.