Tyr Ramund Hin Unge

A Faroese viking metal band is playing here, this song is called “Ramund Hin Unge” probably my favorite song by this band. Lyrics: The Young Raymond “Raymond was a better man if he was better clad” The queen gave him fine clothes of blueyarn, bast and leather “I do not want such,” said Raymond “It does not suit me,” said the yound Raymond Raymond walked along the salty beach There he saw seven giants standing “I will take Raymond on my smallest hand. And throw him far offshore” “You will not do that alone,” said Raymond “You must come all seven of you,” said the young Raymond Raymond took his dear sword The one he called the red Dimling He hew the seven giants simultaneously So that they bled to death “There they lie, all seven of them,” said Raymond “And I still stand here,” said the young Raymond The Emperor looked out the window In fright and with a sad face “Who is that man that stands in the yard and laughs so terribly” “It is I, and I would like,” said Raymond “To challenge you to fight,” said the young Raymond Raymond took his large knife The one he called the dear Dimling He took the Emperor’s Life So that the head flew fifteen miles “I thought it was blunt,” said Raymond “And yet the blood flows,” said the yound Raymond Category: Music Tags: Tyr Ramund Hin Unge Viking Metal Progressive Norse Faroase Islands Eric The Red License: Standard YouTube License

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19 Responses to Tyr Ramund Hin Unge

  1. Angyal Roland says:

    since I know some of the habbits you have, your awesome music, know two awesome people from there, I’m jealous of you :D

  2. kcthenigger says:

    nice har altid troet det var norsk men det er da for fedt :D

  3. logaluger says:

    It’s my birthday whenever i listen to TYR.

  4. Rovarin says:

    Gøtudanskt could well, today, be defined as a language in it’s own right. Thereby giving the Faroese three languages: Faroese (their own), Danish (the one imposed by the Danes) and Gøtudanskt.

  5. Rovarin says:

    It is a Faroese dialect of danish, called gøtudanskt – street-danish. At the time of the reformation, the purpose of which was to preach God’s word to the people in their own language, but the Danes ruled the Faroese at that time (they still do), and the priests and other danes didn’t speak Faroese and therefore God didn’t understand Faroese either. And Faroese developed this inbetween language of street-danish to communicate with the aforementioned (danes, gods and priests).

  6. Rovarin says:

    It is a Faroese dialect of danish, called gøtudanskt – street-danish. At the time of the reformation, the purpose of which was to preach God’s word to the people in their own language, but the Danes ruled the Faroese at that time (they still do), and the priests and other danes didn’t speak Faroese and therefore God didn’t understand Faroese either. And Faroese developed this inbetween language of street-danish to communicate with the aforementioned (danes, gods and priests).

  7. Javain Javakain says:

    Can you repeat that in English? seems interesting but I understand poorly what are you talking about

  8. SuperRevenger666 says:

    Ramund.. The Young Raymond… Varg Vikernes is his reincarnation.

  9. ThePlagueDoc says:

    so does Ramund wear the nice clothes or no?

  10. KlangbaumHerz says:

    what the fuck is going on here

  11. Rovarin says:

    Nope, sært tú, lítli mín. Í heimastýrislógini stendur tilskilað at føroyskt er høvuðsmál í Føroyum – men at danskt skal lærast væl og virðiliga. Tvs. lógin sigur bara at føroyskt er høvuðsmál – einki um hvussu væl ein føroyingur skal standa seg í føroyskum máli, men tilskilar at eitt femmandamál skal lærast væl og viðriliga.

  12. HeyPeni says:

    Vi bliver da stadig tvunget til at snakke dansk med en dansker. haha!

  13. obbabob says:

    Du mener vel som de VAR tvunget til pga hjemmestyreloven?

  14. ThePioneerInfinity says:

    did not try to dis your site or anything, though. its just a scientific fact

  15. ThePioneerInfinity says:

    the best way to learn any language is becomming friends with some native speakers, having some trips to the country. language is always progressing, thus ‘people’s speech’ is always more up to date than ‘lesson’s speech’

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  17. Kapasitee says:

    I love this song. Probably because my name is Raymond.

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