Valley Of The Kings

Album: Into the Labyrinth (2009)
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  • Valley of the Kings

    You must journey 'cross the Sea
    Find the secret Dynasty
    Burning Sand scorching Sun
    To the land of the ancient one
    The hidden Tomb the last in Line
    Lost forever in Sands of Time
    Find the Key unlock the Past
    You have no choice this is your task

    In the Valley of the Kings
    There he waits on golden wings
    Break the seal and set him free
    The Golden one your destiny

    Waiting there for you to come
    A royal prince the chosen one
    Move the stone unleash the past
    The one you seek you'll find at last
    The boyhood king he walks the past
    He hides behind his golden mask
    Deep inside his tomb of gold
    The greatest story ever told

    Dig my friends set him free
    Read the words the prophecy
    Death will come on swiftest wings
    Whoever moves this sleeping king
    Carved in stone the book of death
    The pharaos curse wil take your breath

    Death will come on swiftest wings
    For those who move this sleeping king
    Heed you now the book of death
    Beware the curse with every step
    Shine the light the glint of gold
    With racing hearts he past unfolds
    Open now for all to see
    A Pharaos tomb your legacy

    In the Valley of the Kings
    There he waits on golden wings
    Break the seal and set him free
    The Golden one your destiny
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