Ehnsooleymoe -- "Island Home"

A traditional Gnomish sea shanty, it talks of camaraderie aboard a ship at sea and the desire to return home to Leenakveauu

In the translated Common:

O’ We the crew
And heart of this vessel
Return now to the sea!

We break our bread
And we break our backs
To sail back home to thee!

Ol’ Leenakveau
The land of our fathers,
Isle of wine and song!

You run through our veins
Like we run through your streets
In the land where we belong!

O’ Brothers come close
And heed my call
To venture far and near!

We’ll sail like the wind
If we all pitch in
Her shores will soon be here!

Yes, our home we’ll reach
On a ship or a beach
With our mates, we’ve nothing to fear!

In the original Gnomish:

Nee l’shipahn’ro
Kei korohde tiujo
Reyroo ala mari

Nee rohmpeen’ahn pahnohn
N’deespehc’gasn’ahyn dorsoh
naveh gee al vi

Leenakveau
Lan’de neeay pahtroy
Insuul veenoh kei kahntoh

V’orkureegas nee veynoy
Keel nee koors trah strahtoy
En la landon pahrtehnoh

Fratoj veni tien
Kei tehntoo mi’ahlvohkohn
Riski mahl-kei-prohkseemay

Nahveegee keel vehntoh
Nee cheeuh ehkbahtahlahs
Bordoy baldau estos shtay

Yehmoh neeteengos
Sheepo auy strahndoh
Kay kahmraadoy, nehnyohn teemay

Ehnsooleymoe -- "Island Home"

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