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So I was listening to this song today (may I add I had the urge to head-bang until I read the lyrics and nearly died laughing).
There was a talking part toward the end that has no translation, it seems.

[...]
Laughing at your destiny

It’s me! My entry on stage! I want to do whatever the hell I want!
[...]
Right between those two verses.
Now, I speak no Japanese, so I don't know if that is the translation of it or not (although the 2 or 3 words I know sort of hint toward this NOT being the talking section.) but I just thought I'd point it out.
It's not in the Romaji or Kanji parts, either.
~ FangzV ( Flame at me here) as said on 14:43, January 16, 2010 (UTC)


Provided the kanji, romaji, and translation for the bridge (the speaking part as mentioned above by FangzV.) I've reviewed my translation several times and have consulted my parent for corrections, so there should be no errors Ghost-Anime-Angel 23:42, April 29, 2010 (UTC)


Do you know where the lyrics appeared? I've listened to it and the German doesn't sound like "Lache du uber lhrem Schicksal". Though it's a bit hard to make out, I hear "Lachst du über meinem Schicksal", or possibly "Lachen über Ihrem/deinem Schicksal" if we were to go with the original translation. While I understand that there can be mistakes when encorporating foreign languages into Japan songs, Hetalia seems to be pretty good at getting things right, the original doesn't make sense. The "du" wouldn't be included at all and "lache" is the form "lachen" takes when "ich" (German for "I") is used. Also, using "Ihrem" doesn't make as much sense for Prussia--it's the polite form of "your", while "dein" is more informal, which is definitely in line Prussia's speech pattern. That's not very important, of course. My first suggestion translates to "Do you laugh about my fate?" or "Are you laughing about my fate?". The second is "Laughing over your fate". I tend to think the former was intended, considering the "du". Watermint 01:06, April 30, 2010 (UTC)

Holy Crap! Edit

This is like an Alternative, Headbanger song! o.o! Wow! Prussia is made for Alternative/Heavy Metal/Metal/Rock songs! I love Prussia even more!


KatDWolf 03:18, September 14, 2010 (UTC)

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