"Primo Victoria" as written by Joakim Broden and Par Sundstrom....
Through the gates of hell
As we make our way to heaven
Through the Nazi lines
Primo Victoria!

Primo Victoria!

Primo Victoria!

We've been training for years
Now we're ready to strike
As the great operation begins
We're the first wave on shore
We're the first ones to fall
Yet soldiers have fallen before
In the dawn they will pay
With their lives as the price
History's written today
In this burning inferno
Know nothing remains
As our forces advance on the beach

Aiming for heaven though serving in hell
Victory is ours their forces will fall

Through the gates of hell
As we make our way to heaven
Through the Nazi lines
Primo Victoria!

On the 6th of June
On the shores of western Europe 1944
D-day upon us!

We've been here before
Used to this kind of war
Crossfire grind through the sand
Our orders were easy
It's kill or be killed
Blood on both sides will be spilled

In the dawn they will pay
With their lives as the price
History's written today
Now that we are at war
With the Axis again
This time we know what will come

Aiming for heaven though serving in hell
Victory is ours their forces will fall

Through the gates of hell
As we make our way to heaven
Through the Nazi lines
Primo Victoria!

On the 6th of June
On the shores of western Europe 1944
D-day upon us!

6th of June 1944
Allies are turning the war
Normandy state of anarchy
Overlord

Aiming for heaven though serving in hell
Victory is ours their forces will fall

Through the gates of hell
As we make our way to heaven
Through the Nazi lines
Primo Victoria!

On the 6th of June
On the shores of western Europe 1944
D-day upon us!

Through the gates of hell
As we make our way to heaven
Through the Nazi lines
Primo Victoria!

On the 6th of June
On the shores of western Europe 1944
Primo Victoria!


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