"Celtic Crows" as written by and Andrea Meyer Haugen....
Driving through the green island, the misty hills lit by the twilight
Breathing the frozen air, reminding me that the dark season is near
The mystic landscape makes me stop, take a walk through shadow fields
Three crows pass me by and in awe I remember their names and I call out
To the queens of war:

Nemain, Morrigan, Babh Catha
Three crows fly
Like ghosts from another time
Above me in the sky

In the shape of the blackest birds they once ruled the battlefields
Screaming for courage, screaming for vengeance, reaping the souls of the fallen
And all enemies would flee in fear at the sight of the grim war sisters
Oh mighty goddesses, I draw my sword, with you by my side I won't fight my battles alone

Nemain, Morrigan, Babh Cathaâ?¦

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"Celtic Crows" as written by Andrea Meyer Haugen

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    General CommentYou'd either have to be a really stupid pagan or perhaps not a pagan not to know what this song is about.
    Which leads me to the question...why would a non-pagan listen to nebelhexe or hagalaz runedance?!

    Well yeah, it's about the Morrighan, the celtic tripple war goddess who is astonishingly over popular with those lame little reconstructionist american wannabe irish who annoy me by getting in my photos of Avebury and getting in my way at Glastonbury.

    Good song though.
    A.Mon June 20, 2006   Link

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