"Hephaestus-The Hammer of the Gods" as written by David Edison Bunton, Andrew Joseph Barrette, Joshua Michael Childers and Eric Allan Koruschak....
Take this weight from off this chest
Crush and kill all that is left
Bend your will unto the task
The hammer falls, it falls
To forge a man that's free from fear
Clothed in hate that's seared for years
I will be the one to outrun fate
And I will die upon my feet

All I need is a good mistake
One more look at the devil's face

Beaten, broken, bruised and blind
One more twisting hulking rhyme
Hammer, scythe and blade and mace
And the sands of time, of time
Crushing oceans of regret
Suffocate under the whip
Back now broken but with head held high
I deny refuse to give what's mine

All I need is a good mistake
One more look at the devil's face
What I need is one more taste
The hammer's fall with Godless grace

Swing the hammer
Bludgeon me
Bruised and battered
Standing free

So believe me of this life
And the burden of what's right
Break this body, I will still stand tall
I deny you will not take what's mine


Lyrics submitted by rabidbunny

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