Aion : Dalai Lama Rammstein AMV The Dark Passage





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Published on Dec 18, 2010

Aion Machinima based on Rammstein, Dalai Lama which is based on the poem Der Erlkönig
Roughly translated
An air ship lies in the evening wind
On board is also a man with his child
They sit safe, they sit warm
And thus go into sleep's snare

In three hours they'll be there
For mommy's birthday
Visibility is good
The ski is clear

On and on towards disaster
We have to live until we die
Man does not belong in the air
So the Lord in heaven calls
His sons in the wind
Bring me this creature

The storm embraces the flying machine
The pressure falls quickly in the cabin
A muffled rumbling drives the night In panic
the human cargo screams

Onwards, onwards into destruction
We must live until we die
And to God the child pleads
Heaven take back the wind
Bring us unharmed to earth

From the clouds falls a choir
which crawls into the little ear

Come here, stay here
We'll be good to you
Come here, stay here
We are your brothers

The father now holds the child tightly
Presses him very close
Doesn't notice his (child's) breathing difficulty
But fear knows no mercy
So the father with his arms
Squeezes the soul out of the child
This (soul) sits on the wind and sings:

Excerpts from the Poem
"My son, wherefore seek'st thou thy face thus to hide?"
"Look, father, the Erl King is close by our side!
Dost see not the Erl King, with crown and with train?"
"My son, 'tis the mist rising over the plain."

"My father, my father, and dost thou not see,
How the Erl King is showing his daughters to me?"
"My darling, my darling, I see it alright,
'Tis the aged grey willows deceiving thy sight."

The father now gallops, with terror half wild,
He holds in his arms the shuddering child;
He reaches his farmstead with toil and dread,—
The child in his arms lies motionless, dead.

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