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 Learn 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.
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