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Olympos Mons – Black lyrics

Stony mountains
Cold and gray
Even thundering seas between us lay
So they say

And light of stars was in her hair
I've never seen a maid so fair
She owns the sun and the moon above

Listen high one
I've tried to be brave
Will this place become my grave
All in vain

And light of stars was on my mind
I couldn't see 'cause I was blind
She was the sun and the moon above

Rivers flow and waters rise
We give our life for paradise
Will we ever see the sun again

Broken rocks will bruise my flesh
Cold winds wrack my bones
As I'm walking in the driving rain

When the black wind blows
Through the darkened fields
From the east a storm is rising
The dying sun is slowly fading
Bless my soul

I will keep my vow
I will raise my shield
The fire died the moon is glowing
Filled with fear of death I'm waiting
But I will stand tall

Time is turning
The red moon screams
Too many nights without a day
I fade away

And light of stars shines in her eyes
Silver tears falls when she cries
She moves the sun and the moon above

Is there a dawning
A magic spell
Is there a way out of this hell
Oh yeah

And light of stars will fill my heart
Everyday that we're apart
She is the sun and the moon above

At dawn the nightingale will sing
And all the holy bells will ring
The winter's passed I'm coming home again

I've been away, wandering far
Beyond the moon and ray of stars
Will it ever be the same again

When the black wind blows...



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