"Lord Of Lies" as written by and Heri Joensen....
Shakes the ground in agony the Lord of Lies
Once for every drop of venom in his eyes
Anger festers in his heart and loud he cries
My revenge will be the end and you will

See me rise, out of fact and friction, Sacrifice
Raise your hands

Truth of prophecies is always sin your hands
When you heed her words and do as she commands
Seals your fate and your memorial it stands
All the world ablaze I'll set and you will

See me rise, out of fact and friction, Sacrifice
Raise your hands for my lore
And legend of these lands

Bound upon the ground until the
day the sun will go away
Three winters snow falls in a row;
your bonds will break from me

Skelvur jørðin øll og rapa bjørg og fjøll
Brýtur hav um lond og slitena so øll bond

So you stand before the breaking of the world
Gather all your strength in vain for you will

See me rise, out of fact and friction, Sacrifice
Raise your hands for my lore
And legend of these lands

End, it has begun, now I am free,
Your ending sails with me
My serpent son stirs up the sea;
The Ship of Nails breaks free.


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    Song MeaningBasically, this song is about Loki.

    Shakes the ground in agony the Lord of Lies

    - Loki was known as a trickster, shapeshifter, and all around trouble maker.

    Once for every drop of venom in his eyes
    - As his punishment for tricking Hodor into killing his brother Balder and ensuring that he stayed imprisioned by Hel, he was chained to the world tree with a snake set above him to drip venom in his eyes. Loki's wife collects the venom in a bowl, but when she has to empty the bowl, the snake's venom drips in his eyes.


    End, it has begun, now I am free,
    Your ending sails with me
    My serpent son stirs up the sea;
    The Ship of Nails breaks free.

    - At Ragnarok, Loki will be freed from his chains, and come from the east in a ship made from the nails of dead men to join in the final battle.
    odinsgrudgeon March 20, 2010   Link

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