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Thy Majestie – The King And The Warrior lyrics

Crowned in January of 1066 (ten sixty six)
Harold was set as king
Formidable warrior, a braveheart he is
William from Normandy

Now the times are ripe for war
To put again a men on the throne
As defender of fate, the Norman is claiming the land

Beyond the Channel, the Godwin's array
Is waitin' the siege without dread and delay
People of Anglia do tremble with fear
'cause William's sword is weird

Now the times are ripe for war
To put your hands again on thy swords
The die is cast
History is going to be changed

Warrior and King
Two men, one throne
The way for glory is peace in the reign

A Warrior a King
Of steel is forged their soul
United by oath
To claim the right to the crown

Now the times are ripe for war
To put your hands again on thy swords
The die is cast
History is going to be changed

[BRIDGE]

[CHORUS 1]

[CHORUS 2]

THEY FOUGHT

[SUITE]
[instrumental]



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