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Language: Hungarian


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Egy játék megesett, jókat nevetett rajta egy tucat ember
Falnak szegezett arccal gyerekek várták ki esik el
Jó játék, hiszen nem volt tét, csak a sorrend nem dőlt el
Ha mégis volt, az az egy szempont: milyen a színe

Göndör hajadat, ében fekete bőröd ne takard el
Sárga a kezed, játszom veled is, kérlek ne szaladj el!
A hűség nagy jolly, elringat Eduard majd énekel
Ha Ráchel fél ugye megbékél vele Mikháel.

Menekülnél, játszani kell
Szól a parancs: "Hajtsd végre!"
Menekülnél, túl nagy a tét
Mondd ki marad majd élve?

Láttam sebeket, asszony kezeket fegyvernehezékkel
Hosszú sorokon, fából faragott sírokon neve sincsen
A hűség nagy jolly, elringat, Eduard majd énekel
Ha Ráchel fél ugye megbékél vele Mikháel.

Menekülnél, játszani kell
Szól a parancs: "Hajtsd végre!"
Menekülnél, túl nagy a tét
Mondd ki marad majd élve?

Szép tömött sorrendben jönnek a katonák, zöld színű jelmezben
Kõkemény arccal, hogy mindenki megijed, látták a filmekben.

Menekülnél, játszani kell
Szól a parancs: "Hajtsd végre!"
Menekülnél, túl nagy a tét
Mondd ki marad majd élve?

Menekülnél, játszani kell
Szól a parancs: "Hajtsd végre!"
Menekülnél, túl nagy a tét
A játéknak nem lesz vége.

Contributed by Verebes Adrienn - 2009/11/28 - 04:08



Language: English

informal translation, maybe with mistakes!
THE GAME

It was just a game, some people thought it' a good joke,
Children front the wall waiting the shot,
It was a good game, was no hazard, maybe the succession...
no: the order could be the color

"Do not cover your curly hair and ebony skin,
Give your yellow hand, i would like to play with you!"*
The loyality is a large joker, a soporific, "Eudard will sing,
If Rachel is in frigthened, will Mik'hael love her, will he?"*

You would like to escape but you must play
you hear the command: do it!
you would like to escape, the hazard is unbearable,
Who will be survivor?

I saw hurts, women with guns pulled down their hands,
wooden tombs in row endless all of them nameless,
The loyality is a large joker, a soporific, "Eudard will sing,
If Rachel is in frigthened, will Mik'hael love her, will he?"*

"Do not cover your curly hair and ebony skin,
Give your yellow hand, i would like to play with you!"*
The loyality is a large joker, a soporific, "Eudard will sing,
If Rachel is in frigthened, will Mik'hael love her, will he?"*

Soldiers are coming in attractive order, in green fancy dress,
Their faces cold as a stone - everybody is frightened they have seen it on the screen

"Do not cover your curly hair and ebony skin,
Give your yellow hand, i would like to play with you!"*
The loyality is a large joker, a soporific, "Eudard will sing,
If Rachel is in frigthened, will Mik'hael love her, will he?"*

You would like to escape but you must play
you hear the command: do it!
you would like to escape, the hazard is unbearable,
Game is neverending.


*These sentences are heartfelt, (it is from an opposit viewpoint) no ironical (on the original song it is expressed by untranslatable semantical compositions).

Contributed by Chattakaa - 2009/11/28 - 04:32


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CCG - 2009/11/28 - 16:03



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