Rise!
Rise!

Let me tell you a story deep drenched in blood
That unites all of Europe’s sons
Let me tell you about the werewolf in man
Before he was whipped by the chains of heaven

Summon the werewolf blood
Summon the wolves of war
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Set the night on fire

When the scourge of the cross
Fell upon our land
They took the occult magic of the white man
Now in this age of iron when the end is near
The wolf it cries out for the night man

Summon the werewolf blood
Summon the wolves of war
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Set the night on fire
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Set them fucking wild

Summon the werewolf blood
Summon the wolves of war
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Set the night on fire
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Unchain the wolves
Set them fucking wild

Can you see the falling of the heavens?
Can you see the flames of Satan rise?

What they want they can’t take away
They want our souls to make us slaves
None to easy when they’re fighting the strong

We’re the demons in the night
We’re the jackals at the break of light
Watch the rising of the tide
We’re the wolves in the night

Can you see the falling of the heavens?
Can you see the swastika turning?
Can you see the world burning?

So they think they can keep us blind
We must be aware to survive
One spirit did not die in the crusades
The strength is still here today
Listen to the echoes of your soul
Listen to what our ancestors want
It’s not them burning below
It’s us who is forced to live in this Hell

Oh, tonight it rains again, but life it’s scarce my friends
Don’t seek your trust in fools, not your love in whores
Watch your back at night and sleep with open eyes
The law of nature did not die
In fact it still stands

A time is coming soon
A time of sorrow and of war
When a new day dawns
A new day dawns
A new day dawns
A new day dawns
A new day dawns
A new day dawns
A new day dawns
A new day dawns
When a new day dawns


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Rome Wasn't Destroyed in a Day/Unchain the Wolves song meanings
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    General CommentThese are the spoken words after "Rise, rise!" As far as I can interpret:

    The world
    *unknown*
    I've got a bullet
    With your name on it
    I've got a gun
    I have to kill you with it
    The God of Fire
    Burns inside
    I've got the pain
    I've got the name
    God of Pain

    I'm 100% correct on "Ive got a bullet" until "Burns inside." After that, I don't know.
    LBDamnedon December 03, 2008   Link
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    General CommentAlso, I know it literally means wolves and Rome and stuff, but it is strangely accurate to America's current position. Wolves in this case are referring to the Politicians who are destroying Iraq and the Middle East.

    Can you see the falling of the heavens? (World anarchy)
    Can you see the swastika turning? (George Bush has been compared to Hitler)
    Can you see the world burning? (Bombs)

    What they want they can’t take away
    They want our souls to make us slaves
    None to easy when they’re fighting the strong

    Refers to how America is enslaving Iraqi detainees, but they continue to fight.

    A time is coming soon
    A time of sorrow and of war
    When a new day dawns

    Means tomorrow, a new war could start and love and hope will be lost.

    Listen to what our ancestors want
    It’s not them burning below
    It’s us who is forced to live in this Hell

    Refers to how our dead ones are lucky to rather be dead than have to live in this age of death and sadness.

    I know it's not what they means because they aren't American and this was made before GWB was in office, but think about it.
    LBDamnedon December 03, 2008   Link

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