She saw the Raven flying away
With a wooden cross in his beak
She had for the sins of our fathers to pay
Though feeling so small and weak

Heed my entreaties, divine spirits
Soothe my pain
Don't let me live, forest spirits
In vain!

And she forgot her Chistened name
Tears running down her cheeks
And couldn't find anyone to blame
For the lost faith

Hey, Master of Sorrow, lull me to sleep
And let me see a unicorn in my last trip
Hey, Master of Sorrow, lull me to sleep
And let me see a unicorn in my last trip

The time has passed, her power's grown strong
She knows the aim of her life
But she's alone, alone for so long
Became her cruel idol's wife

Heed my entreaties, divine spirits
Soothe my pain
Don't let me live, forest spirits
In vain!

Still she keeps that deceitful cross
That once fell off her neck
Under the tree, in dark green moss
As a sacrifice


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