"A Blaze In The Northern Sky" as written by Ivar Enger, Leif Gylve Nagell and Ted Arvid Skjellum....
Hear a haunting chant
Lying in the northern wind
As the sky turns black
Clouds of melancholy
Rape the beams
Of a devoid dying sun
And the distant fog approaches

Coven of forgotten delight
Hear the pride of a northern storm
Triumphant sight on a northern sky

Where the days are dark
And night the same
Moonlight drank the blood
Of a thousand pagan men

It took ten times a hundred years
Before the king on the northern throne
Was brought tales of the crucified one

Coven of renewed delight;
A thousand years have passed since then
Years of lost pride and lust

Souls of blasphemy,
Hear a haunting chant

We are a blaze in the northern sky
The next thousand years are ours


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"A Blaze in the Northern Sky" as written by Leif Gylve Nagell Ivar Enger

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    General Comment"It took ten times a hundred Years
    Before the King on the Northern Throne
    was brought Tales of the crucified one"

    "We are a Blaze in the Northern Sky
    The next thousand Years Are OURS"

    This is in reference to the dark ages of Viking rule in Norway/Denmark/Sweden before the christian virus arrived. The second set of lyrics I just quoted are sure to stir the Viking soul in all people decended from that part of the world.
    Pyrrhonon March 06, 2003   Link

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