"Stalingrad" as written by and Joakim Broden....
Fresh from Moscow
Over Volga came to comrades aid
City in despair
Almost crushed by the Führer's army

Oh, it's colder than Hell
Hitler's forces advancing

The sound of the mortars
The music of death
A grand symphony

See your friends fall hear them
Pray to the god your country denies
Every man dies alone and when your
Time comes you will know that it's time

Stalins fortress on fire
Is this madness or Hell

The sound of the mortars
The music of death
We're playing the devil's symphony
Our violins are guns conducted from Hell

Oh Stalingrad
Mratnimiat

Are you playing?
Do you follow the conductors lead?
No one knows you
No one cares about a single violin

Play the score of the damned
Know the devil within



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"Stalingrad" as written by Joakim Broden

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    General CommentQuite obviously about the battle of Stalingrad during World War Two. The title says it.
    stinger85on July 18, 2007   Link
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    General CommentIf you spell "Mratnimiat" backwards and read it in swedish you get: "Ta i min tarm" which means "Take on my intestine" xD
    I can't just be a a coincidence.
    Pekz0ron April 14, 2008   Link
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    General CommentNot for nothing but isn't pretty much everywhere colder than hell?
    KennyL9590on April 25, 2017   Link

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