"Jotunheim" as written by Christofer Jan Johnsson and Thomas Niklas Krister Karlsson....
[Call of Jotunheim]

[Somewhere behind the border of the known world you may hear the drumming and the heavy steps of the giants. They are born out of the primeval forces of nature and descend from the time when not even the gods were born. Their brutal power is only surpassed by their wisdom, since the old age of the giants have made them see what neither gods nor men ever will.]

Jotunheim, Call the Giants
of Chaos, all the wolves of
Jarnveden, all the darkness of Utgard!
Call of Jotunheim!

Beware the Giants, the Thurizas,
beyond the border of everything.

In Utgard the ancient live
and they bear old memories
You can hear them cry beyond Eli waves.
Angerboda, call her name in the dark.
Hail!

Jotunheim, Call the Giants
of Chaos, all the wolves of
Jarnveden, all the darkness of Utgard!
Call of Jotunheim!

Listen to Mimer, come to his well,
you watch the water of memory.

If you listen to the Old,
they will take you to the past.
you may hear
Manegarm howl again.
Angerboda, watch her
call on the wolves.
Hail!

Thursar! Jotunheimr!
Resar! Jotunheimr!
Jotnar! Jotunheimr!


Lyrics submitted by Necro Butcher

"Jotunheim" as written by Thomas Niklas Krister Karlsson Christofer Jan Johnsson

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    General CommentJotunheim! Land of the Jotuns! These are the Giants, Trolls and Forst Giants etc. of Norse Mythos. Jotunheim was also one of the nine worlds that lay on or within the great World Tree, Yggdrasil.
    Aloselon July 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentText from booklet:

    "Somewhere behind the border of the known world you may hear the drumming and the heavy steps of the giants. They are born out of the primeval forces of nature and descend from the time when not even the gods were born. Their brutal power is only surpassed by their wisdom, since the old age of the giants have made them see what neither gods nor men ever will."
    Lateralus518on September 07, 2010   Link
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    General CommentWell, someone's been doing their mythology homework. =P

    Good song, it was especially good live.
    Eliminationon July 31, 2006   Link

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