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Hoppípolla
Sigur Rós Lyrics


Brosandi
Hendumst í hringi
Höldumst í hendur
Allur heimurinn óskýr
nema þú stendur

Rennblautur
Allur rennvotur
Engin gúmmístígvél
Hlaupandi í okkur ?
Vill springa út úr skel

Vindur í
og útilykt ? af hárinu þínu
Ég lamdi eins fast og ég get
með nefinu mínu
Hoppa í poll
Í engum stígvélum
Allur rennvotur(rennblautur)
Í engum stígvélum

Og ég fæ blóðnasir
En ég stend alltaf upp
(Hopelandish)

Og ég fæ blóðnasir
En ég stend alltaf upp
(Hopelandish)

Lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group
Written by: GEORG HOLM, JON THOR BIRGISSON, KJARTAN SVEINSSON, ORRI PALL DYRASON

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Most interesting comments from YouTube:

Mishta Romaniello

This is the song.

This is the song that played as the universe expanded for the first time. This is the song that played when the planets collided together and drifted apart again.

This is the song that played when the fish eventually decided to see what land is like. This is the song that played when the dinosaurs said goodbye to their kin as the volcano blew them away.

This is the song the lion maimed the zebra to. This is the song the butterfly left her cozy cocoon to. This is the song when a little chimpanzee slowly graduated to a fella named “human.”

This is the song that played when man laid his hand on a bone and made a tool.
This is the song that played when we learned what color was and what it meant to feel pain.

This is the song that played when Moses split that Red Sea of his, and when Jesus laid on that cross of his and told his dad that those people didn’t know any better.

This is the song the man and woman made love to, and played when they passionately embraced each other under the old oak tree.

This is the song Cesar’s acquaintances stabbed him to death to, and played when Socrates told his students to man up before drinking the hemlock right there beside them.

This is the song that played when Beethoven triumphantly conducted those symphonies without a decibel for him to hear, when Kafka got home from the insurance firm and finished his Metamorphosis, and when Georgia O’Keeffe painted all those wonderful skulls and flowers.

This is the song that played when we cleaned up the remains of the Great War, and just when we thought we were done, Dresden and Auschwitz had to be looked at shortly after. But don’t worry, those Russians took down the wall after all of that.

This is the song that will play when maybe we cure cancer, and maybe when we learn to love each other again and make peace without having to fight over it.

This is the song that will play when the last human breaths their last breath, when the last flower drops its last petal, and the last star twinkles its last twinkle.

This song may be sent on the last capsule we shoot into space to perhaps tell our extraterrestrial friends we are (or at least were) here. But even then, they too will disintegrate to their own sun’s expansion.

Moreover... this is the song.

This song is life, death, and everything in between. And I’m glad you and I were there for it.



Sophie Asha

[Icelandic:]

Brosandi
Hendumst í hringi
Höldumst í hendur
Allur heimurinn óskýr
Nema þú stendur

Rennblautur
Allur rennvotur
Engin gúmmístígvél
Hlaupandi inn í okkur
Vill springa út úr skel

Vindurinn
Og útilykt af hárinu þínu
Ég anda eins fast og ég get
Með nefinu mínu

Hoppípolla
I engum stígvélum
Allur rennvotur (rennblautur)
I engum stígvélum

Og ég fæ blóðnasir
En ég stend alltaf upp
[Hopelandic]

Og ég fæ blóðnasir
Og ég stend alltaf upp
[Hopelandic]

[English Translation:]

Smiling
Spinning 'round and 'round
Holding hands
The whole world a blur
But you are standing

Soaked
Completely drenched
No rubber boots
Running in us
Want to erupt from a shell

The wind
And outdoor smell of your hair
I breathe as hard as I can
With my nose

Hopping in puddles
Completely drenched
Soaked
With no boots on

And I get nosebleed
But I always get up
[Hopelandic]

And I get nosebleed
But I always get up
[Hopelandic]



Jennifer Maacah Roser

In case anyone was interested in what they are singing, here it is (in the Icelandic lyrics and the English):

Hoppípolla
(Jumping into puddles)

Icelandic:

Brosandi
Hendumst í hringi
Höldumst í hendur
Allur heimurinn óskýr
Nema þú stendur

Rennblautur
Allur rennvotur
Engin gúmmístígvél
Hlaupandi inn í okkur
Vill springa út úr skel

Vindurinn
Og útilykt af hárinu þínu
Ég anda eins fast og ég get
Með nefinu mínu

Hoppípolla
I engum stígvélum
Allur rennvotur (rennblautur)
I engum stígvélum

Og ég fæ blóðnasir
En ég stend alltaf upp
(Hopelandic)

Og ég fæ blóðnasir
Og ég stend alltaf upp



English:

Smiling
Spinning round and round
Holding hands
The whole world a blur
But you are standing

Soaked
Completely drenched
No rubber boots
Running inside us
Want to erupt from a shell

The Wind
An outdoor smell of your hair
I breathe as hard as I can
with my nose

Jump into puddles
With no boots on
Completely drenched (Soaked)
With no boots on

And I get a nosebleed
But I always stand up
(Hopelandish)

And I get a nosebleed
But I always stand up
(Hopelandish)



All comments from YouTube:

Jared Brannen

My wife walked down the aisle to this song

Brian Carter

Epic

Anessa Birkemeier

My friend too!!

ejgrae1989

my wife too!

velocitate

@Tourz Why you being so hateful mate 😂? Perhaps you had better remove that shitty "original" music you have posted before you call anything else in this world "cringe" 🤣🤪💀

Rory Bryson

Me too!

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jazz

This is the song people slow motion run to
This is the song people kiss to
This is the song people cry to alone in the corner
This is the song...

Ален Аленов

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UNT4M3D N1CK

This is in my eyes, the most beautiful song ever to have exists.

F

This is the song to talk about love and death

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