The Hollow Earth
- For the location, see Hollow Earth.
ša immahri erṣeta takabbasā
ša uribbū huršānī-ma
ālī lā muštarhūti ušēmû
ana tīlī dikmēni.
niqâ ša puqqi u wardūti.
aššēpīkun nušeššer qaqqara
Oh, Ancient Ones,
Those who first walked the Earth
With mighty steps
That shook mountains
And reduced cities of the unrepentant
To ash and stone
We make this offering unto you,
Of obedience, and gratitude.
With our bowed bodies
We clear a path at your feet
- The lyrics of "The Hollow Earth" and "Goodbye Old Friend" were translated into Babylonian by Dr. Martin Worthington, Senior Lecturer in Assyriology from the University of Cambridge, who encouraged McCreary and the production team to use one of the oldest languages they understood the pronunciation of.
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