Éléonore the fairest of them all
So young and vulnerable
In January snow a shimmering golden gown

Rise for the kingdom's cause
Demon's blood in golden gown
Seize the power of the crown
Hatred frozen our veins
Rise for the kinfolk's laws
She decieived the servile soul
Find her, fight her seize the queen
Pelt her stone her end this fraud

Éléonore the fairest of them all
So young and vulnerable
In January snow a shimmering golden gown
So faithful to her love
Devoted to the crown

Fight for the kingdom's cause
Blue-blood armed in golden robe
Seize the power of the crown
Empress poison mortal force
Men made of flesh and blood
She deceived our servile soul
Find her, fight her seize the Queen
Bring her tothe trail's court

Éléonore the fairest of them all
So young and vulnerable
In January snow a shimmering golden gown
A queen of foreign blood
And hatred in her soul

In her barge upriver in the dark
They seized her from the bridge
Dirt stained red silk damask
In vain a mother in her heart torn apart

All the sweetness of nature
Was buried in blackwood's grave
And the wind sings a sad lament
With it's cold plaintive cry
But oh the teeming summer will come
Bringing life in it's arms
And will strew rosy flowers on the face of evil and death

Éléonore the fairest of them all
So young and vulnerable
In January snow a shimmering golden gown

In the dark upriver in the barge
They seized her from the bridge


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