"William Wallace (Braveheart)" as written by and Chris/goettlich Boltendahl....
I don't wanna be a hero
But I'll stand and never kneel
Freedom is well wort a dying
Come we'll fight with heart and steel
Beat the English at Sterling brigde
I will guard the Scotish throne
I myself skinned Cressingham
In his own blood he did drown

[Chorus:]
Fight - Freedom we fight
Stand - Scotland's pride

I am just a simple man
I'm afraid to meet my end
Braveheart they call me
If they knew if they could see
Edward's out to seek revenge
His army's great his soldiers strong
Come with me to fight at Falkirk
Send them back where theyt belong
I don't have the blood of kings
But I'd die for Scotland's pride
Even nobles follow me
Into battle side by side
Nightmares haunt my lonely nights
I must be strong and I must fight
Braveheart they call me
If they knew if they could see
Repeat first one
Vengeance burns a raging anger
I have lost the fear to die
Braveheart that's what I am
I kill until my blood runs dry
The lust for battle in my veins
Inspires me to take your life
Braveheart that's what I am
I kill until my blood runs dry






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"William Wallace" as written by Thomas Goettlich Chris Boltendahl

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