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I've listened to the whole song several times now despite its duration. Atilla Csihar's vocals are probably my favourite part, even if they are a theoretical disaster. It reminds me of some sort of Christian mystic/Gnostic ritual. Anyway, the Internet seems to be of little help on this one. Are there any real lyrics? I do believe I heard "It calls" at one point but I could be mistaken. Can you make out anything else?

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    The title comes (presumably) from the William Blake poem "To Nobodaddy", but it's not clear those are the words being sung. I tried a few different translations (Norwegian, Hungarian, German, Icelandic, and Latin), but none seemed to fit. See also the Neal Young song of the same title. – Aaron May 9 at 0:29
  • The lyrics are credited to the band members (this might be wrong but this is what is registered in the ISWC databases). Between 8:00 and 9:15 several words sound English to me ("my entire life", "sister", "it crawls" -your "it calls"?-, "disappear"), but I'm not a native speaker. If it is not gibberish, then maybe is it Hungarian since the singer is from Hungary. – xhienne May 11 at 13:31

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