"Death or Glory" as written by Bruce Dickinson and Adrian Frederick Smith....
I see the enemy, I know he can’t see me
Combat red in tooth and claw
Ready now for one more score
Took a bullet in my brain
Inside I’m the king of pain
Outside you will fear my name
I ride a blood red triplane

Turn like the devil, shoot straight from the sun
Climb like a monkey out of hell where I belong

Death or glory, it’s all the same
Death or glory, the price of fame
Death or glory, I’m in the game of
Death or glory, a one way train

I watch you spiral down
Dead before you hit the ground
Bullet got you in the back
Deflection shooting beam attack
I shoot the gunner first
I kill to quench my thirst
I hunt the weakest prey
Live to fly another day

Turn like the devil, shoot straight from the sun
Climb like a monkey out of hell where I belong

Death or glory, it’s all the same
Death or glory, the price of fame
Death or glory, I’m in the game of
Death or glory, a one way train

Turn like the devil, shoot straight from the sun
Climb like a monkey out of hell where I belong

Death or glory, it’s all the same
Death or glory, the price of fame
Death or glory, I’m in the game of
Death or glory, a one way train

Death or glory, it’s all the same
Death or glory, the price of fame
Death or glory, I’m in the game of
Death or glory, a one way train


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"Death or Glory" as written by Bruce Dickinson Adrian Frederick Smith

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  • +1
    General CommentDefinitely one of the catchiest songs on the new album!
    boneyard23on September 07, 2015   Link
  • +1
    General CommentIt's about Manfred Albrecht Freiherr von Richthofen or The Red Baron's fokker Dr. I. The Red Baron said it could turn like a devil and climb like a monkey.
    ClimbingMonkeyon September 11, 2015   Link

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