sToa Lyrics

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Quanta sunt gaudia
(wie groß sind doch die Freuden)
Amanti et amanto
(für Liebende und Geliebte)
Sine fellis macula
(der ohne einen Tropfen Galle)
Dilecte sociato!
(mit der Geliebten sich vereint)

Overall Meaning

The lyrics in sToa's song Urizen describe the joys of being in love and being loved in return. The first line, "Quanta sunt gaudia" translates to "How great are the joys" and sets the tone for the rest of the song. The second line, "Amanti et amanto" means "for lovers and beloved" and highlights the reciprocal nature of love. The third line, "Sine fellis macula" translates to "Without a drop of bitterness" and emphasizes the purity of the love being described. Finally, the last line, "Dilecte sociato!" means "Dear companion" and suggests a deep emotional connection between the two lovers.

Overall, the song seems to celebrate the beauty and joy of loving and being loved unconditionally. It's a beautiful ode to the power of love and the emotional bond between two people. The lyrics are poetic and filled with vivid imagery, helping to create a sense of warmth and intimacy.

Line by Line Meaning

Quanta sunt gaudia
Oh, the pure joy

Amanti et amanto
Between lovers

Sine fellis macula
Untainted by bitterness

Dilecte sociato!
Oh, beloved companion!


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