The king can keep this war, and Sulliman can save her threats…
Come quickly my Lord, stay my hand.
Learn you place witch… you will learn.
Welcome to your end for so we'll send you home… back to the grim.
We'll send you home, back to the waste… back to the grim.
Tell Sulliman to save her threats. Welcome to your end.



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    General Commentat the part after "The king can keep this war, and Sulliman can save her threats" what are they saying (before he says "Come quickly my Lord") it sounds like the other person says "stay my hand" but what is the other guy saying? is it "retreat, retreat"?

    i love this song A Thousand Times Repent is so killer brutal

    lo-lo-love it
    Scare Crowon February 20, 2009   Link
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    General CommentThe title is actually a reference to a fantasy book/movie called Howl's moving castle. The king is summoning all the wizards in the land to fight in a war. Sulliman is a witch attempting to get the wizard How to fight in the war, which he doesn't want to do.
    mai13on August 26, 2017   Link

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