Ghost of Karelia

Album: Crack the Skye (2009)
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  • Wrathful ones nine eyes gaze
    Holding skulls
    Filled and laced
    With human blood

    Shades of darkened skies
    Emptiness
    Twilight holding through
    Offering

    Life in zenith
    Bulls blood shot eyes
    Flattened portrait of the night sky

    Feel crust hum
    Facing the North
    Vapor space

    Between heaven and Earth
    Wisdom and the knower
    A planet collide
    Divisible we fall

    Hear dirt waves
    Wading forth
    Vapor space

    How long has it been since we flew through the shadows
    I have walked on many other planets

    Sinister twin
    Choking on fear
    Bonded iron
    Sink to the core Writer/s: BRANN TIMOTHY DAILOR, TROY JAYSON SANDERS, WILLIAM BREEN KELLIHER, WILLIAM BRENT HINDS
    Publisher: BMG RIGHTS MANAGEMENT US, LLC
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