superstar_eylul (superstar_eylul) wrote in linguaphiles,
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Short Finnish/German Translation

Sorry to be heathen and request a translation, but try as I might, I just can't seem to find an active translation com. I was hoping somebody could translate me two stanzas into Finnish and German. Much obliged :)

As though I'm losing with my wings in orbit
I try my best to make the moment awesome
If you remember not to tread with caution,
I'll make your body speak in full distortion

I can't sleep at night, I fear death's warning
I keep afloat by holding the tide - so cautious
Somebody dragged me here, I'm trapped with wild horses
And now I'm losing [as oposed to winning] and my heart is nauseous
Tags: finnish, german, translation
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