Waiting

from Between the Worlds by Alkonost

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Слова: Алексей Соловьёв, перевод - Мэри Свифт

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Where had you roam, where had you wander
For days undayly you’d rove like wind through wild lea
So long years had roads weaved their meshes
And you’d forget where were you heading

Those grasses charmed me in dark oblivion
Poisoned me, and drawn in deep black swamp
And I went round and roamed in thick mist
Had not know light – that just lost dreams

Already birds fly back home from foreign lands
Birds those white to nests that was forsaken
And only you’re not bind by yearning yet
To native land still you turn not your gaze

I am seeking you in land deserted
I am calling but have no reaply

Just so all troubled, vernal waters will go
Just I will wait you but have no return

But days of mine will die away like sparkles
And lowering sky will bloody my last sunset
And I will follow you through flames of interment
And grass of dreams will cover up my mound

River is wide, it’s winding on the long way
Across the fields of death
I could never pass

And light grows dim – my sun will soon be leaving
So I will stretch my weak hands
To sundown, biding farewell.

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from Between the Worlds, released December 1, 2004

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Alkonost Naberezhnye Chelny, Russia

Band's history began in the second half of 1995 when Andrey Losev decided to start his own project. His attention was drawn to medieval music and russian folk melodies. After a year, in August 1996, Alkonost was born. Over 20 years band has gone through a lot of different things, but it's unique sound and special atmosphere remained, being band's distinctive features for all that time. ... more

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