The Wolves Die Young

Album: Pariah's Child (2014)
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  • Weather's getting colder
    Winter claims the land
    It is said the Queen is dressed in
    The warmest gown in the whole land

    They say it is a wonder
    her dress is made of thunder
    The wolves, who cannot see it
    Will one day dethrone the Queen, oh yeah!

    The citizens all cower
    the beauty of the power
    Makes them see a flower bloom
    In the winter wonderland

    The walls keep getting closer
    Breath fear in your cage
    For the Queen will hear today
    The reason in the rhymes children play

    "The Queen is naked and no-one sees her amber eyes!"
    Now the innocent kneel down
    And ask forgiveness for their lies
    The court, the meek
    Will obey the tyrant Queen
    "Bring us their heads for"

    This is the day when the wolves die young
    They'll never see a new midnight sun
    I'm gonna make sure the prophecy is undone
    Find out where those children have run"

    Mutiny is rising
    against the wall of fear
    Mirror, mirror of the fall
    sees her final spiraling downfall

    "The Queen is naked and no-one sees her amber eyes!"
    Now the innocent kneel down
    Ask forgiveness for their lies
    The court, the meek
    Will obey the tyrant Queen

    This is the day when the wolves die young
    They'll never see a new midnight sun
    I'm gonna make sure the prophecy is undone
    Find out where those children have run

    This is the day when the wolves die young
    They'll never see a new midnight sun
    I'm gonna make sure the prophecy is undone
    Find out where those children have run

    This is the day when the wolves die young
    They'll never see a new midnight sun
    I'm gonna make sure the prophecy is undone
    Find out where those children have run

    Find out where those children have run
    Find out where those children have run Writer/s: ELIAS VILJANEN, HENRIK KLINGENBERG, PASI KAUPPINEN, TOMMY PORTIMO, TONI KAKKO
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC
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