World of Stone

Album: The Village Lanterne (2006)
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  • Bring to me all of my arrows
    Bring to me my crossbow too
    I fear we might need them both
    Before the night is through

    Once a world of glittering hope
    This world is not the world we knew
    The only light left to shine
    Is between me and you

    On our own
    In a World of Stone
    We are not alone

    I had once believed in angels
    They were everywhere I looked
    A gentle hand guiding me
    To give more than I took

    But I have died a thousand times
    Watching all these angels fall
    Their lonely eyes haunt me still
    We will avenge them all

    Bring me mead and bring me ale
    To help us face this fight again
    Good fortune will shine down on us
    Together we will win

    And they will never break our spirit
    We will never turn and run
    And we will rise stronger still
    When we stand as one! Writer/s: CANDICE NIGHT, RITCHIE BLACKMORE
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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