"Changing Fate" as written by Thomas Buchberger, Mario Hirzinger and Georg Neuhauser....
So ends the tale of a hero
With a true English heart
Of a man who knows pain and sorrow
And the fortunes in life
Villain, then hero, then scapegoat was I
Once I was knighted, now my star disappeared
In a darkening sky

[Chorus 1:]
Never feared the enemy
Not on land, nor on sea
Beating loud inside me, I can't negate
I've been always fighting for,
For my Queen forevermore
The empire's blade for a changing fate

This news is too disappointing
To ignore it, Sir Drake!
Sunken ships and twelve thousand fallen,
A disastrous mistake!
You've been a daring, reliable man (I'm still that man!)
Upright and loyal to his Queen and land
Now our union must end

[Chorus 2:]
Never feared the enemy
Not on land, nor on sea
Beating loud inside me, I can't negate
We've been always fighting for
Our land forevermore
The empire's blade for a changing fate

… the island's fate forever
May England's people ever
Know well our names and honour
Our legacy …

Will now the overrun armada rise again?
Finally tide has turned
I fear the menace of invasion is at hand …
Hear me now, I have learned my lesson, please be gracious
I shall never fail anymore!

[Chorus 2 x3]


Lyrics submitted by HystericRomance

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