"Bloody Gaya Fulfilled" as written by Chang Zuo Lin, Sheng Hui Liu, Xiang Yi Ye, Zi Xiang Wang and Jia Rong Aka Cj Kao Gao....
Festive day, celebrated by high-ranks
Unaware of danger approaching
Autumn winds starts
Icy omen

Seediq wrath gros, unjust oppression
Clan brothers meet, plotting rebellion
Colony flag flies
Mocking beacon

Sons of the Rmdax tasing
Silenced voices, inner clamor
Accumulations of crippling hate
Impossible to forgive

Dawn, greets the rising red sun
Led by the Elder Rudao Mona
Stealth, six clans united
To slake their thirst for revenge

Breaths cut off, as their heads fall
Shades formed as shodows shorten
Hunting knives hew down
Harvesting deaths

Woods shroud warrior attacks
Gun smoke marks their hurried passing
Breeze sweeps away sadness
Clearing the road to fiery hell

War Cries signaling the cleansing of enemies
Headless bodies
Litter the ground
Wrath-filled eyes scoured

Enemy base of former despots
Arrogance tarnished
Splattered by red
Wushe shaken, red sun flags fallen

Umbrage rises from dead comrades
Opposing wind seethe
Outraged, Provoked
Seediq, with unbridled fury
Blades stabbing holes, bleeding life
Colony flag torn
Broken beacon

Sons of the Rmdax Tasing
Dying gurgles glut their bloodlust
Seasons of scorn and derision
Freed by their actions



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    General CommentI think this song is about fighting for freedom, literally.
    "Clan brothers meet, plotting rebellion"
    "Seasons of scorn and derision. Freed by their actions"
    Dishinkeon February 08, 2009   Link
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    General Commentthis song is about freedom but it is also the story of the wushe incident in japanese occupied taiwan where during a wedding within the seediq people a japanese soldier overseeing the wedding refused to take wine from them and then insulted them which led to a rebellion against the japanese army thus the "rising red sun" allusions, the incident ended in the slaughter of the seediq people and japanese forces and the suicide of rudao bai (though the song seems to say mona maybe a typo) the leader of the rebellion
    soda0304on August 20, 2009   Link

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