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Mistweaver – ...And A Child Shall Lead Them lyrics

And.. a child shall lead them Through
the fields of death Through
the dead of night And
the shadows of their past And

who walks behind the row Was
crucified for him So
their master shall be worship And
the fields are fed Welcome

to the place where you'll die Gatlin
is a hell on earth Victims
of horrors and pain Of
a twisted mind called isaac Visions

have come to her mind This
divine gift is a sign When
intruders come to the town Malachi
will know how to act And

... a child shall lead them And

who walks behind the row Your

souls will burn into the lake of fire All
eternity you're lost forever And
you'll never come back there's, no way out Once
you come to gatlin there's no hope for you With

pain and fear I tried to cross the path To
the land of the free ones where no devil dwells Through
the fields of death that blinded my mind I
face the death 'cause that's my will And

... a child shall lead them to the abyss And
... a child shall lead them to the death And
... a child shall lead them driven by madness And
... a child shall lead them a, child shall lead them



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