-> Fatal melodious emptiness in every cell of the body - it is melancholy.
My places, my homeland is the non-existence, which, according to the mystics, was found before God.
My constant passion are forgotten gods and empty sanctuaries.
The collapse of my grandfathers and great grandfathers I bear in blood, that absorbed all these fragments.
Dark cloudy sky looks as if my consciousness personifies the firmament.
We all live in a longing for death, and wait for the light the dawn.
I´ve tried to translate the text of Āustras Svāikstan" from a russian translation. Sorry, if my grammar is not always correct.
I live as if I just died. No blood in my veins, but darkness.
I'm not from here, embodied outcast, a stranger to everybody, the one who does not belong to anyone in the world.
I was looking for access to the utopias and found solace only in the Apocalypse.
Every minute I'm covered with one thing : a lost paradise.
How would I live, what would I do without these clouds?
The brightest time of my life is when I´m looking at them.
Melancholy is a longing for another world. Although I never knew what kind of world it is. ->
Well, most of lyrics are from various poems, you can found them using this page http://www.discogs.com/Romowe-Rikoito-%C4%80ustrad%C4%93iwa/release/581421 . Lyrics of "Blueberry song" are at Moon Far Away website. Song Etbaudinsna is from the first ever Lithuanian poem "Metai" by Kristijonas Donelaitis. But at the song it's sung not in Lithuanian but translated in Prussian (the performed part is about the Sun waking the Earth and live at spring). I can try to find English translation if somebody wants =) "Āustras Svāikstan" is the hardest one, it's in Prussian and I have no clues from where it is taken. I understand some words but can't understand all the idea of the song.