Where is your God?

Album: Twilight of the Thunder God (2008)
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  • The enemy has come for you
    Hear the pounding thunder hooves
    There's no time to run or hide
    Draw the weapon from your side

    When they ride out from morning mist
    With sharp blades in mighty fists
    One hundred warriors on horse
    An awesome brutal force

    You feel weak and scared
    Fear has gripped your heart
    You will soon be over run
    You will soon be torn apart

    Now where is your god
    Does he hear your prayers
    Does he even care for you
    His silence speaks loud and clear

    Raid is done
    See the country burn
    All are gone
    Only misery remains
    Raid is done
    The warriors return
    All are gone
    All that's left is pain

    The vikings strike so fast and hard
    Those who run won't make it far
    And those who chose to stand and fight
    They have made the choice to die

    The weapons tear
    Through flesh and bone
    Dying men that scream and moan
    With severed limbs
    To the hall of death

    The battlefield is full of death
    Feel the stench of rotting flesh
    When the entire country burns
    As the warriors return

    And they came out
    From morning mist
    With sharp blades in mighty fists
    They leave this land
    All burned and scorn
    Those alive will mourn

    Now where is your god
    Does he hear your prayers
    Does he even care for you
    His silence speaks loud and clear

    Raid is done
    See the country burn
    All are gone
    Only misery remains
    Raid is done
    The warriors return
    All are gone
    All that's left is pain

    Raid is done
    See the country burn
    Only misery remains
    All are gone
    Warriors return
    All that's left is pain
    Where's your god
    Does he hear your prayers
    Does he even care
    Where's your god
    Does he hear your prayers
    A silence loud and clear Writer/s: FREDRIK ANDERSSON, JOHAN HEGG, JOHAN SOEDERBERG, OLAVI MIKKONEN, TED OSCAR LUNDSTROEM
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

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