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Ultima Thule – Runestones lyrics

Through centuries their voices
Keep calling from beyond.
Now stones of magic whisper
Words of secrets here to come.
Behold the signs of magic,
Tread humble on the soil.
See the snakes upon the boulder.
See the snake with wisdom coil.

Refr:
Hear voices calling;
Roar deep down underground
Hear voices calling;
Forgotten secrets found.

Got no right to cast a shadow
Upon ancient heroґs grave.
Got no right to be so illfull,
To disgrace the sacred veil.
Enshrouding the beginning,
The beginning and the past.
Let cairns bespeak of feats,
In elder time deeds done.

Hear voices calling;
Roar deep down underground.
Hear voices calling;
Forgotten secrets found.
Hear voices calling;
From another place they roam.
Hear voices calling...



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