Walks On Water by Nautilus Pompilius, English by Vesper Lynd

Apostle Andrew was catching the fish

While the Savior walked on the sea

And Andrew came up with a cherished wish

Of what he wanted to see

 

And Andrew cried: “I would rather die

Then not know your secret at all –

Be kind to me please, show me and guide

To save the slaughtered souls!”

 

“Do you see on the hill crucifix tall?

Find what it like is to be hung on there

And then – it’s your call, if you come back to me

To walk on water

To walk on water

And save the slaughtered souls…”

 

“But teacher, those helmets are sparkling with clout,

Black raven sits on it devout

Explain to me now – mercy the fool

And the crucifix we’ll overrule?”

 

The Savior got numb and stamped in warm blood

At the water top with the foot:

“You are truly a fool!” And Andrew in tears

Went home with the fish – for good

 

“Do you see on the hill crucifix tall?

Find what it like is to be hung on there

And then – it’s your call, if you come back to me

To walk on water

To walk on water

And save the slaughtered souls…”

 

“Do you see on the hill tcrucifix tall?

Find what it like is to be hung on there

And then – it’s your call, if you come back to me

To walk on water

To walk on water

And save the slaughtered souls…”

 

 

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