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Wohoho (intro)

The wise woman said;
''Once you're hardened in battle there's no coming back''.
(Fight or fall)
And before the attack
Feel your blood starts to boil in your veins as you charge.
(Hundreds fallen)
As the fire inside is ignited by bloodshed, In berserkers from north.
Could it be as was said,
When the serpent be woken.
Fenrir howls

Swedish pagans,
Marching a shore.
Forged in Valhalla by the hammer of Thor.
Out from Asgard, our viking ship sails.
Never to turn back again.

Wohoho

Where brothers have past is where we'll be proven, the ground they begun.
(Standing tall)
And we know if we fall, our comrades awaits in Valhall.
(Odin's calling)
As the fire inside, is ignited by bloodshed, in the circuits of nord.
Will it be as was said, will the serpents be woken.
Fenrir howls!

Swedish pagans,
Marching a shore.
Forged in Valhalla by the hammer of Thor.
Out from Asgard, our viking ship sails.
Never to turn back again.

(First to the battle, firs to the feast, destiny wating, no retreat, retreat! )

Swedish pagans,
Marching a shore.
Forged in Valhalla by the hammer of Thor.
Out from Asgard, our viking ship sails.
Never to turn back again.

Wohoho (fading slowly)



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