Lionheart

Album: Lionheart (2004)
  • Raise you banners raise them high in your homeland hear the cry
    From the battle turn home back to England to claim your throne
    Six white horses you must ride loyal comrades by your side
    Prince of lions the second son through the darkness the king will come

    Lion, Lionheart
    Defender of the faith
    Lion, Lionheart
    Protector of the state
    Lionheart

    You crown awaits you the chosen one tell the people that freedom's come
    Light the beacons ring the bells sing you minstrels there's tales to tell
    Send the message across the land the king returns with sword in hand
    Law and order he will restore evil tyranny will reign no more

    Lion, Lionheart
    Defender of the faith
    Lion, Lionheart
    Protector of the state
    Lionheart

    Raise your banners raise them high in your homeland hear the cry
    From the battle turn to home back to England to claim your throne
    Build your castles guard the keep behind these walls the city sleeps
    No more conflict the blood is shed three gold lions on flags of red

    Lion, Lionheart
    Defender of the faith
    Lion, Lionheart
    Protector of the state
    Lionheart Writer/s: PETERY ROONEY BYFORD, NIBBS CARTER, PAUL QUINN, DOUGLAS SCARRATT
    Publisher: Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
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