"Oki Kumas Adventure" as written by Robert Johan Olof Stjarnstrom, Andreas Gunnar Stefan Gerdin, Kahl Henrik Hellmer, Tomas Ivar Eugene Nilsen and Jonas Kristoffer Rorling....
I look at the sky as my own
And the light always warms my bones
But the light brings the dark in shadow
And somewhere inside I know.

It glows in the freezing night
The midwinter snow so white
In its celestial path in the sky
The great hubnester lies.

I refuse to fail, to kneel or bow.
No power in the 'verse can stop me now.
Leading me towards the dawn of day.
The stars above illuminate my way.

My burden an awful load
My chest holds a heart of gold
In the stories a child is told
A legend amongst the old.

It speaks of a legacy
One of me and my family.
And I burn for their right to survive
To be alive.

I refuse to fail, to kneel or bow.
No power in the 'verse can stop me now.
Leading me towards the dawn of day.
The stars above illuminate my way.

"Kuma was a hero who saved the world.
The Legend of hubnesters fight will be told forever"

I refuse to fail, to kneel or bow.
No power in the 'verse can stop me now.
Leading me towards the dawn of day.
The stars above illuminate my way.

It glows in the freezing night
The midwinter snow so white
In its celestial path in the sky
The great hubnester lies.

It speaks of a legacy
One of me and my family.
And I burn for their right to survive
To be alive


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    General CommentHah. 'No power in the verse can stop me now' is a Firefly reference. Go figure.
    Zivenon October 10, 2010   Link

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