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Canta (English translation)

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English translation

Sing

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(Sing)
Sing into our language
Sing to say that you are corse
Sing the hope
(sing) Our difference
Sing, sing, sing
 
Sing for the friend far away
Sing for the today and the tomorrow
For life let us stay
Healthy and in peace
Sing, sing, sing
Sing Corse, sing
 
Sing for that mother which cries
When she meets again her son
For the imprisoned man
For the miserable
Sing, sing, sing
 
Sing, (those who) have not the corse land
Sing for the future of Corses
Sing against the poverty
Sing as a prayer
Sing, sing, sing
Sing Corse, sing
 
Sing the voice of heart even
Sing friendship and honour
And for the expatriated (ones),
(those) Abandoned by love
Sing, sing, sing
 
Sing into our language
Sing to say that you are corse
Sing the hope
Our difference
Sing, sing, sing
Sing Corse, sing
 
Submitted by Guest on Wed, 04/01/2012 - 23:03
Added in reply to request by Tiho_10
Author's comments:

I am not sure whether "Cantà" has to be translated with an Infinitive or with and Imperative: though it sounds to me an Infinitive, as a matter of facts it looks like used as an Exhortative-Imperative, therefore "sing" sounds better than "singing".

See the page of the original lyrics for other comments.

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