"The Giant's Laughter" as written by and Joakim/lindgren Kristensson....
I live in the moutain hall deep under the earth
Where Odyn's eye never has seen
I hate the white aesir and the sons of earth
Those who bow to gods, thoe whom I despise

I enjoy nocturnal storms
I tramp the greed of the fields
I breal the keels, I mislead the wanderer
I enjoy when he fears
(When the giant laughs)

I can stand the day bright as it shines
When valkyries wave their bloodred wings
Oh, now beautiful the raven's flight
Above the battlefield
And the sword chilis a human heart

Why to be innocent
Daughter of Embla?
Behold in the beast's embrace
The flower has withered
Why are you fighting for your land
Youth of the north?
They sold your father's grave for the perry gold


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"The Giant's Laughter" as written by Joakim Kristensson Henrik Svegsjoe

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