"Disciples Of The Watch" as written by Charles Billy, Alexander Nathan Skolnick and Eric Stanley Peterson....
Cast to the fire
Banned by the light
Worship and listen to me
Condemned in his mind
In his evil place
Your fate is all that you'll see
I am the one
To show you the path
Salvation is in the fields
Listen up children and follow me
Or I'll let you pay the price
Of malachi!

Disciples of the watch
Obey!
Or I'll burn you to that cross!

Holding the mass
The demon is cast
To resurrect your soul
Calling to him
Is like an evil sin
A prophet is what they're told
Taking the land under command
Killing friend or foe
Feel the might of his evil wrath
Desecrate your soul!

Disciples of the watch
Obey!
Or I'll burn you to that cross!

Cast to the fire
Banned by the light
Worship and listen to me
Condemned in his mind
In his evil place
Your fate is all that you'll see
I am the one
To show you the path
Salvation is in the fields
Listen up children and follow me
Or I'll let you pay the price
Of malachi!

Disciples of the watch
Obey!
Or I'll burn you to that cross!


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"Disciples of the Watch" as written by Charles Billy Alexander Nathan Skolnick

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    General Comment'the price
    of malachi!'
    what is it?
    malachi was one of the 12 prophets in the bible but i don't remeber him prophecying anything about burning croses or mntioning a price
    the painkilleron March 14, 2006   Link
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    General CommentONE OF THEIR BEST SONGS! Testament is amazing, and criminally underrated. This is song is their second best after Souls Of Black. I've read this song was influenced by the movie Children Of The Corn.
    Thrash Metal Rulezon December 17, 2006   Link
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    General Commentstupid question I know, but, is Testament anti-Christ? cause sometimes bands sound like they are and they're actually not.
    kittieroxsohardon February 14, 2007   Link
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    General Comment"ONE OF THEIR BEST SONGS! Testament is amazing, and criminally underrated. This is song is their second best after Souls Of Black. I've read this song was influenced by the movie Children Of The Corn."

    Thats what I figured, with the Malachi reference and everything.
    samwaltonon April 16, 2007   Link
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    General CommentNo, Testament's not really anti-Christian. They're against some of what goes on in the Church, but not really against the Christian faith. Actually, Testament is probably more moralistic than a lot of other thrash bands.
    Marty1982on October 12, 2007   Link
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    General CommentThis song is about Children of The Corn, all the references to Malachi and "salvation is in the fields"
    MegadethMaiden23on July 13, 2011   Link

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