"Indigenous Laceration" as written by Chang Zuo Lin, Sheng Hui Liu, Xiang Yi Ye, Zi Xiang Wang and Jia Rong Aka Cj Kao Gao....
Winter years, four centuries
Ceaseless foreign invasion
Sukuladan, ever still mighty
Rivers weep unceasingly
Alien rule exacts hefty
Tribute, scar-pits Motherlands
Lineages of honor-marked faces
Fade like wilting cherry blossoms recite
Fog wounds, surrounds serrated peaks
crowning the axis of the Motherlands
Nigh sky, the Mountains tru sons
Seediq, scattered petals on wind
Winter, years, four centuries
Ceaseless foreign invasion
Sukulada, ever still mighty
Weeps for despoiled forests

Bunohon Mountains endured centuries of pillage
Patterned faces blanch under suffering, consumed by
impotence in defending the Holy Land, evanesce
Bunohon Mountains endured centuries of pillage
Patterned faces blanch under suffering, consumed by
impotence in defending the Holy Land, evanesce
Paso Kofuni Great Woods,
ancient advice hangs ragged amidst outgrowth
Seediq spirit, downtrodden slaves under the Red Sun Empire

Valor makrs evaporate in
smoke, extinction nears


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    General Commentamazing song amazing band

    em this album is apparentley about an ancient chinese tribe
    Baphomet-Lordon September 26, 2008   Link
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    General CommentNot Chinese, Taiwanese. The whole album is about the subjugation of the indigenous Taiwanese people by other nations, including the Chinese (hence the song title).
    Ampulex_Compressaon October 20, 2008   Link

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