"The Battle of Maldon" as written by Alexander Krull, Thorsten Bauer, Liv Kristine Espenaes Krull and Mathias Roederer....
Low tide river near Blackwater
Leaving a bridge for us
Three thousand men behind their shields
Warriors of the North
Of the North

I’m not afraid
My weapon is raised
To slay the first man standing in my way
And if I fall, I know where I go

Battle of Maldon

Hear you seafarer this is our ground
Leaving no choice for us
We will defend what we have build
From the warriors of the north
Of the North

I’m not afraid
My weapon is raised
To slay the first man standing in my way
And if I fall, I know where I go

Battle of Maldon

We’re not afraid
Our weapons are raised
To slay every man standing in our way
Then if we fall, we know where we go

Battle of Maldon


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    General CommentThe Battle of Maldon was a struggle in 991 A.D. between the English and the Vikings who were invading Essex. The English lost, but managed to prevent their lands from being ravaged by paying a tribute to the Vikings.
    ale5875on March 14, 2011   Link

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