Guardians of Asgaard

Album: Twilight of the Thunder God (2008)
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  • Standing firm against all odds
    Guarding the most sacred home
    We protect the realm of gods
    Our destiny is carved in stone

    Three evil giants
    Of the south
    Are constantly on the attack

    With lies and fire
    From their mouths
    But we always send them back

    We are brothers
    Of the north
    Who are sharing the all father's blood

    Marching down the left hand path
    We are spawned by Asagods
    Cause we are

    We're the guardians
    Guardians of Asgaard
    Guardians
    Guardians of Asgaard
    Guardians
    Of Asgaard

    We have faced our
    Enemies
    A thousand times or even more

    Still they cannot
    Make us kneel
    One thousand years of constant war

    The giants look for
    Any chance
    To bring down asgaard's mighty walls

    No matter what they send at us
    We will never let it fall
    Cause we are

    We're the guardians
    Guardians of Asgaard
    Guardians
    Guardians of Asgaard
    Guardians
    Of Asgaard

    Standing firm
    Against all odds
    We are guardians
    Asgaard's migthy walls
    We protect
    The realm of asagods
    No matter
    What they send at us
    We will never
    Let them fall

    We're the guardians
    Guardians of Asgaard
    Guardians
    Guardians of Asgaard
    Guardians
    Of Asgaard Writer/s: FREDRIK ANDERSSON, JOHAN HEGG, JOHAN SOEDERBERG, OLAVI MIKKONEN, TED OSCAR LUNDSTROEM
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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