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The Warrior

Johnny Minstrel on November 13, 2012 20:50

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    The Warrior words & Music: Pravinand Maharaj
    Sharpen your sword and blow on your horn
    But please tell me first which side you’re on
    If we are foes we’ll fight to the death
    Only one of our kind inherits the earth

    I really can’t tell just who you are
    We both weary and battle-scarred
    If you are friend there’s nothing to fear
    Together we’ll win the war of the year

    And we’ll be dancing when victory’s won
    We will be singing the victor’s song
    We will be laughing like lovers do
    After the fighting is finally through

    This old game of fate is a great mystery
    No hard feelings if foes we be
    A warrior comes as fast as he goes
    We’re out in the middle of where God only knows

    So take off your mask and let me see
    If you be brother or enemy
    The sky keeps raining fire and blood
    We better get moving or be stuck in the mud

    We could be dancing when victory’s won
    We could be singing the victor’s song
    We could be laughing like lovers do
    After the fighting is finally through

    Now we have been at it for a long time
    Friend or foe I don’t give a dime
    Let’s swallow our pride and open our hearts
    Take from the ruins and turn it to art

    Cover Art: Van Gabriel http://soundcloud.com/van-gabriel

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