"The Oath" as written by Paul Stanley, Robert A. Ezrin and Tony Powers....
Like a blade of a sword I am forged in flame
Fiery hot
Tempered steel fire-bright to the night I take
I fear not
Now compelled by something I cannot see
I go forth surrendering to history

Your glory, I swear I ride for thee
Your power, I trust it rides with me
Your servant, I am and ever shall I be

Through a dream
I have a come to an ancient door
Lost in the mist
I have been there a hundred times or more
Pounding my fists
Now inside, the fire of the ancient burns
A boy goes in and suddenly a man returns

Your glory, I swear I ride for thee
Your power, I trust it rides with me
Your servant, I am and ever shall I be

I gave my word and gained a key
I gave my heart and set it free
There's no turning back from this odyssey
Because I feel so alive suddenly
And I wonder, is this really me?

Like a blade of a sword I am forged in flame
Fiery hot
Tempered steel fire-bright to the night I take
I fear not
Now compelled by something I cannot see
I go forth surrendering to history

Your glory, I swear I ride for thee
Your power, I trust it rides with me
Your servant, I am and ever shall I be


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"The Oath" as written by Robert A. Ezrin Paul Stanley

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    General CommentHa I love this song! Most people hate this album but I just don't see why unless they aren't a true KISS fan. The guitar in the begining and then Paul hits some pretty high notes in this one but I really have no idea what this song is about. I really need to watch the movie...then hopefully this album will make more since =)
    kissfreak93on July 14, 2008   Link

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