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Hello, linguaphiles :>

I've recently rekindled my love a certain series that, funnily enough, revolves a great deal around the power of words; however, this post deals more with the gorgeous soundtrack. One of the songs on the soundtrack has lyrics that, for the life of me, I can't really make heads or tails of.


Lyrics begin around 1:30:



Does anyone have ANY idea what language(s) this might be? I know I can rule out the obvious ones - it's not English, a Romance language, Russian, German, Japanese, Korean, or Chinese.

I apologise if this post isn't appropriate to submit, but I figured y'all might find the challenge interesting :>
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