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Earth And Fire – Song Of The Marching Children lyrics

Part 1: Theme of the Marching Children

Part 2: Opening of the seal

Part 3: Childhood

Watching through the broken seal
I saw the tree of life, forever
All the branches fully green
Bearing human fruit, forever

You're ignoring to what you'll turn out to be
You'll once be sewing and gathering frequently
That's what you'll turn out to be

Watching through the broken seal
I saw marching children, and children
At the church nearby the gate
A preacher read his sermon for children

You're ignoring where the hell you're going to
God bless you for what the world is going to do
For what the world is going into

Why can't we go
Over the untouched road
Is it too winding
Flanked by reflections of time
Go and experience
Learn the human destiny
Happiness and sadness
Posts of your lifetime

Part 4: Affliction

Children's eyes fixing upon the gate to heaven
Predestinated for minority
Into the underworld the others tumbling down
Tortured by terrestrial vexations

Part 5: Damnation

A long procession
Hearing the black knight's thoughts
I have been watching you
Your conduct in life was in vain
Cross the waters of death
With their silent borders
Then you'll see
Your waiting graves

Part 6: Purification

When will be the crack of doom?
Is it tomorrow?

Is it tomorrow?

A laurel wreath for the future graves
Of the marching children

A laurel wreath for the future graves
Of the marching children

Part 7: The March



Lyrics taken from http://www.lyricsmode.com/lyrics/e/earth_and_fire/song_of_the_marching_children_lyrics.html

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