• Aragon
    I hear them sing
    Break the bone
    And I feel that sting
    In the mornin'
    They will sail
    The dogs of hell
    Are on my trail
    They will come
    With nerves of Steel
    Battle worn
    And it's so real
    I got to go
    I'm on my way
    To another land
    Where I can stay
    I can feel the after burn
    There lies my freedom
    All the while the wheels
    They turn
    I will discover
    We were only meant to
    I'm leavin' this life and fate
    In the crossfire
    Won't you come and shelter me
    It's so dark
    I can't see
    Evergreen they shake the ground
    To Aragon without a sound
    Death denies their
    Holy Grail
    The wind does cry
    And they will sail
    So say a pray and think
    Of me
    And script it on my legacy Writer/s: GLENN WILLIAM HUGHES
    Publisher: Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind


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