Lion King (Icelandic) Can You Feel The Love Tonight





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Published on May 3, 2008

Lion King belongs to Disney
This was a request ^^ The woman singing sure sounds Beautiful. I love her deep, bright voice. Yet, the way she sings is just incredible o.O She manages to avoid pronouncing almost all the -r and many other letters :P Makes it sound a bit weird to the foreign ear when they read along and think that Icelandic just doesn't pronounce this and that letter.

I also like the lyrics. Too much -s sounds though for my taste, because it shouldn't be so in a soft love songs. AVOID THE -S! But, still, the lyrics are sweet ^^

Note: Castle Mountain is NOT the Icelandic name for Pride Rocks, that is Ljósuklettar. Castle Mountain is just a word which describes what kind of rocks Pride Rocks are. Just take a look at this picture for comparison:

---for Icelandic Learners---
Hvað - What
Hver - Who
Ég - I
Þú - You
Eldi (Dative form)- Fire (Eldur=nominative form [masculine])
Hjartað - The Heart (Hjarta - A Heart [neuter])

Ástin - The Love (Ást - A Love) [feminine]
Augun - The Eyes (Auga - A Eye [neuter], Augu - Eyes)
Skær - Bright (A man is Skær, a woman is Skær, a baby is Skært)
Sælu (Dative form) - Joy, Happiness (Sæla=nominative form) [feminine]
Vatn - A Water [Neuter]

Orðin - The Words (Orð - A Word [neuter])
Fylla - Fill (verb)
Hugann (accusative form) - The Mind (Hugur - A Mind (nominative form)) [masculine])
Tungu (Dative Form)- A Tongue (Tunga - A Tongue (nominative form) [feminine])
Fortíð - A Past [feminine]

Konungur - A King [masculine]
Ríkja - Reign (verb)
Góð - Good (A Man is Góður, A Woman is Góð, A Baby is Gott)
Nóttin - The Night (Nótt - A Night [feminine])

Ef - If (conjunction)


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