День Сварога начинается с Чертога Волка. А древние напевы разных белых народов начинаются с одних и тех же нот.

Gaelic English
Éist le mo chroí
Go brónach a choích
Tá mé cailte gan tú
s do bhean cheile
An grá mór i do shaoil
Threoraí sí me.
Bígí liomsa i gconaí
Lás oích.

Ag coaineadh ar an uaigneas mór
Na deora, go brónach
Na gcodladh ins an uaigh ghlas chiúin
Faoi shuimhneas, go domhain.

Aoibhneas a bhí
Ach dímigh sin
Sé lean tú
Do fhear cheile
An grá mór i do shaoil
Threoraí sé mé
Bígí liomsa i gconaí
Lás oích.

Ag coaineadh ar an uaigneas mór
Na deora, go brónach
Na gcodladh ins an uaigh ghlas chiúin
Faoi shuimhneas, go domhain.

Smaointe, ar an lá
Raibh sibh ar mo thaobh
Ag ínse scéil
Ar and doigh a bhí
Is cumhín liom an lá
Gan ghas gan ghruaim
Bígí liomsa i gconaí
Lás oích.

Listen to my heart.
So sad forever;
I am lost without you
And your wife,
The great love in your life.
She guided me.
Both of you, be with me always,
Day and night.

I cry at the great loneliness
Tears, so sad,
And you sleeping in the quiet, green grave
In deep peace.

There was happiness,
But it went away.
You followed your husband,
The great love in your life.
He guided me.
Both of you, be with me always,
Day and night.

I cry at the great loneliness
Tears, so sad,
And you sleeping in the quiet, green grave
In deep peace.

I think of the day
That you were at my side
Telling stories
Of the days that were.
I remember the day,
Without want and without gloom.
Both of you, be with me always,
Day and night.