Jonathan Low

Album: The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) (2010)
  • Last born of the clan
    First one to be free
    Lived inside a house
    Beneath the hanging tree
    Loved them deadly nights
    That chilled him to the bone
    Words were cried at night
    In unforgiving tones

    Blood of his men was gone beneath snow
    He picked up his knife and his bow
    Killer of Jonathan Low

    Violence from without
    And anger from within
    Crawling through the fields
    Informing next of kin
    They all turned their backs
    But they all knew his name
    And if he could return
    They'd probably do the same

    The blood of his friends was gone beneath snow
    For all that I know, he died
    Killer of Jonathan Low

    The blood of his friends was gone beneath snow
    For all that I know, he died
    Killer of Jonathan Low Writer/s: Ezra Koenig, Rostam Batmanglij, Christopher William Tomson
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