Ok heres what I got so far:
rus sa res basa bauc
ad vita das saint gran i
vaca vas pol bur hu res
da si vasa
a country that based BAUCIS
I give my life to a great saint
but it'll be a vessel during all human
Now it being latin, I had to find what certain letters made certain sounds. Now the singer I dont think it too consistent on using classical latin so it made it a little hard when translating. This is the intro, and there is one more part that I cant understand because its when the music comes in and its an extended note. interesting thing about the Baucis part is its a roman/greek legend. https://www.greekmythology.com/Myths/Mortals/Baucis/baucis.html
Baucis and her husband Philemon were an old couple that appeared in a myth that is lesser known among those of Greek and Roman mythology. They lived i...
now the C in Bauc is pronounced like B-ou-ch when he sings, listening closely, and slowing it down Ive listen to that part at .75 and .5 spd for almost 30 min help You hear he ends it with a CH not a SH, its very soft and can be misheard.
I think he might be singing in Church latin
Which might skew some of my translations
But Ill cross that bridge when I get there
Theres one part where I think he says: Da si vas (Give [the] vessel) Da si das (if you can give) or Das si vas (if you give a [vessel]) Its very hard to hear clearly ;-; For now, ima roll with Da Si Vas, or Give the Vessel
Theres also one part where he it sounds like hes saying a jacior vasa ... I think it might be Ad Jacio vasa, and hes pronouncing jacio as YAH-SEE-OH which is weird. but this is also 1 singing 2 in latin and 3 modern