The Polish National Anthem (Dąbrowski’s Mazurka / Poland has not perished yet) is a lively folk dance with patriotic words written shortly after the country lost its independence at the end of the 18th century.
Listen to it in instrumental version right here.
The words of the anthem might be translated from Polish in to English like this:
Poland has not yet succumbed.
As long as we remain,
What the foe by force has seized,
Sword in hand we will regain.
March! March, Dabrowski!
March from Italy to Poland!
Under your command
We shall reach our land.
Cross the Vistula and Warta Rivers
And Poles we shall be;
We have been shown by Bonaparte
Ways to victory.
As Czarniecki Poznan town regains,
Fighting with the Swede,
To free our fatherland from chains.
We shall return by sea to save our motherland. …