‘Toss a Coin to Your Witcher’ track is simply as catchy in different languages

There’s no essential consensus on Netflix’s The Witcher, however one factor everybody can agree on is that this: “Toss a Coin to Your Witcher” is a straight-up banger.

The minstrel tune, carried out on the finish of the second episode by the bard Jaskier (Joey Batey), recounts his misadventures with Geralt of Rivia (Henry Cavill) within the former elven kingdom of Dol Blathanna. Jaskier’s lyrics fudge the story considerably — Geralt talked his method out of a sticky state of affairs with the elves, which doesn’t essentially make for an epic track — however the bard’s mission is to rehabilitate the scorned witcher’s repute. Why let the reality get in the way in which of a tall story and a few good PR? The essential half comes on the finish:

That’s my epic story
Our champion prevailed
Defeated the villain
Now pour him some ale

Toss a coin to your witcher
O Valley of Lots
O Valley of Lots

Toss a coin to your witcher
A pal of humanity

(Word that the Netflix collection maintains the bard’s authentic Polish title; within the video video games and the English translations of the books, Jaskier is called Dandelion.)

The Witcher’s soundtrack is accessible on Spotify, and this breakout hit and three different songs can be found to stream on the SoundCloud web page for collection composers Sonya Belousova and Giona Ostinelli. The pair wrote the music for “Toss a Coin to Your Witcher,” and penned the lyrics with The Witcher author Jenny Klein. In case you’re not already singing it within the bathe like I used to be final evening, you would possibly attempt listening to the track in a distinct tongue.

As a worldwide firm, Netflix does a very good job of offering audio tracks in a wide range of languages for worldwide audiences. The video splices collectively footage from The Witcher’s first season with traces from “Toss a Coin to Your Witcher” sung in English, Polish, Czech, Hungarian, Turkish, Portuguese, German, Spanish, Hindi, Russian, Thai, French, Japanese, and Italian.

Polish is the unique language of the Andrzej Sapkowski novels and quick tales on which Netflix’s The Witcher relies. In case you have been questioning, the literal translation of the refrain in Polish — Grosza daj wiedźminowi / Sakiewką potrząśnij — is “Give a penny to a witcher / shake the pouch.”

The eight-episode first season of The Witcher premiered on Dec. 20, 2019. Greater than a month earlier than its debut, Netflix introduced it had already renewed the present for a second season. Filming is underway, and season 2 is scheduled to debut someday in 2021.

Replace (Dec. 22, 2020): Netflix itself has posted a video of “Toss a Coin to Your Witcher” sung in a wide range of languages. We’ve up to date the put up with it, because the Twitter account that posted the movies cited within the authentic story has been deleted.

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