Exhausted and near death,
Tyrael percieves a light in the dark.
A few steps in front of a little house
he drowns in deep unconsciousness.
Dagaz, a nice young demigoddess,
owner of this house,
picks him up and cares for him
until he arouses.

[Ref.1]
Whenb he looked into her eyes
both fell in deep love,
it's clear! They'll spend some magic nights.
And hope they'll stay together so long.

Attracted by her smile,
Tyrael knows that he found the one,
the one to stay near by,
the one to live with side by side.
Dagaz is now sad and worried,
she knows that she'll get a child,
but it's not the baby, it's not Tyrael
it's the premonition of war that makes her wild.

[Ref.2]
When they looked into their eyes
both fell in deep love.
Now as they spent some magic nights
Their luck is over.


Lyrics submitted by Harmonical_Fatigue

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    General CommentThis song is seemingly simple on the surface, but has some unexplained complexities to it.

    The story itself is fairly easy to follow. The lines near the end...

    "Dagaz is now sad and worried,
    she knows that she'll get a child,
    but it's not the baby, it's not Tyrael
    it's the premonition of war that makes her wild."

    Are interesting as the talk of war seems to come out of no where. Dagaz is the German "version" or spelling of a norse god - the dog of daytime, and Tyrael is a character out of Diablo.

    If anyone can provide any further insight into this that'd be much appreciated as it's had me thinking for some time.
    Sepulon September 01, 2005   Link
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    General Commentahh ha, this song finally makes sense to me - it is just part of a story that is being told by the entire album, read the lyrics through from the beginning and everything will fit. It is a story about Tyrael, involving his emancipation as a man and a warrior, and the important people involved in his journey (his wife and his father).
    Sepulon March 07, 2006   Link

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