Remember Where You Were

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"Remember where you were
When you heard this"
On the outskirts of The Five Ruling Tongues
He said to me
In that wild, wooly way
Half concealed,
But I knew he was afraid
We were both afraid
Come with me and hide away

We watched the sun go down
It fell like any other
But like the visions of our fathers
War has come
We ride tomorrow
And may the grasses grow the greenest
Where our blood has been spilt

The pines and firs drew near
And warmed the air between us
When through the needles
came a seismic battle cry
We ride tomorrow
And may the grasses grow the greenest
Where our blood has been spilt

"Remember where you were
When you heard this"
On the outskirts of The Five Ruling Tongues
He said to me
In that wild, wooly way
That had called me astray

And we stood side by side
As we looked down
On the host of our mortal enemies
Gathered now to join us against The Ruling Tongues
Krillisander leads the way

His sanguine smile
Has turned fierce and wild
And the horn is blaring undefiled
As we stand against The Five Ruling Tongues
Cliffs and canyons
Reverberate with mettle unbreakable
And The Barlmen's song sang
"Remember where you were"

But in the grass hides the serpent
What has happened
To our fierce and wild brothers?
Where have you gone
Oh Maker of the Bridge?
The Bridge Torn Asunder
And our sons and daughters
Were swept away

We watched the sun arrive
It rose like any other
But like the visions of our fathers
War has come

I leave you now
To meet my fierce and wild brothers
Where our blood has been spilt

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from Grappling, released November 17, 2015

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