Se canto, a great traditional song famous to Pyreneans, official anthem in the Aran Valley and regarded by Occitanists as the unofficial anthem of Occitania. Written according to legend by Gaston Phoebus, count of Foix and lord of Bearn in the 14th century, for her wife retired at this side of the mountains.
Lyrics are in Occitan and say:
If it sings, let it sing / It's not singing for me / It sings for my love / Who's far away from me
Outside my window / There's a little bird / Singing this song all night through / These mountains / They are so high / That they keep me from seeing / Where my love has gone / Lay down, oh mountains / And rise up, oh plains / So I may see where my love has gone / These mountains / Will Lay down so low / That my dear love / Will come close to me