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But a kingdom that has once been destroyed can never comb back into being nor can the dead ever be brought back to life

Morning saw an air strike
The sirens scream out loud
Callings on the radio
Of what is coming
Appearing on the radar
A threat from over seas
Flash on the horizon
Casts shadows on the ground

Bringers of destruction
Are ravaging the land
Fury of the bombers
A force to reckon
Sets the world on fire
Then turns to strike again
Flames are burning higher
The bombs keep falling

AA guns are blazing
As the sky is turning red
Bend under a cover
You be quick or be dead

Burn Burn
Rage of the heavens
Burn Burn
Death from above
Die Die
Merciless killing
Burn Burn
Death from above

Carpet bombing cities
And grinding them to dust
Abel men and women
Will all be victims
Everyone is out for
The wake of their attack
Bombers show no mercy
Our land in ruins
Homes have turned to rubble
And the airstrike has been approved
Tasting their destruction
Fear the black wings of death

Burn Burn
Rage of the heavens
Burn Burn
Death from above
Die Die
Merciless killing
Burn Burn

Nothing remains
Cities in ruins
Return to dust
Over the hills
Rise from the ashes
A strike

AA guns are blazing
As the sky is turning red
Bend under a cover
You be quick or be dead

Burn Burn
Rage of the heavens
Burn Burn
Death from above
Die Die
Merciless killing
Burn Burn
Death from above



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    UnregisteredJun 26, 2014 at 1:52 am
    All together, the song just refers to the large-scale bombing both sides of the war performed; Hitler targeted London and other civilian cities when the raf kept chasing away Luftwaffe bomber heading for airfields. The usaaf target Dresden because it was thought it would drastically lower morale for the Germans. Of course, Saint-Lô is no laughing matter; over 95% of the city was nothing but ruined buildings and shell craters by the time Allied Forces took control.
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    Helizna KilianMar 4, 2014 at 7:25 am
    And 15M+ civilians killed in repeated bombings on German cities. Nazi's bombed UK cities in retaliation, mainly. Remember, Hess came to UK with offers of peace, when UK started bombing Germany. This would not do for Churchill and his Jewish masters, who saw only benefit in wiping out the German nation entirely. Both sides had a "final solution". History is written by the victor, never forget that.
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    Karan DasAug 29, 2013 at 9:14 am
    Listening to the whole album in one go is an amazing experience.call me a fanboy,but this album is like a piece of historical power metal art to me.
  • U
    UnregisteredJun 5, 2012 at 8:20 am
    Could also refer to many of the bombing runs in wwii, same tactics were used by both sides, there was the blitz in the uk after all... 45k+ civilians killed in repeated bombings on uk cities.

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