Odysseus and his friends are on their way to the secret place to speak with Circe.
We will understand once we speak with Circe.
To pass them you have to wear wax so you aren't affected by the singing.
Circe was going to explain what Odysseus had to do to pass the sirens. Circe told him that he had to cover his ears with was to pass them so that he couldn't hear them sing. Odysseus chose to not obey because he wanted to be the first person alive that was able to listen to the Sirens.
I will not listen to you so I will be tied up against something so I don't move
Odysseus then headed to the field and told his friends to tie him up so he can be able to hear but that they will have to put wax on their ears so they don't hear it. He ordered them to hold him tighter if he said to untie him or to stop.
Tie me there and do not untie me no matter what. Also make sure to wear wax on your ears
He was later then tied up, the people with him put wax on their ears (helmet), and now they waited for the Sirens.
Now we wait. Everyone put on your helmets.
The Sirens arrived and immediately started singing. Odysseus found their voices appealing. Then he begged to be untied but they hold him tighter.
They're gone and you guys are okay and I am alive!
A little after, the Sirens went away. Their voices faded away and a feeling of relief hit them.