"Emperor" as written by and Andrew Arndt Tamsin Wilson....
Do you hear me, Diera I’m calling for your word tonight
See he’s over by the mountains With a new face at his side
The halls that he had led to build
They’re wasted by his own words and final will

See he’s been like this for years, Diera calling names and crushing hopes
He’s gambling with lovers and giving in to the dark
Now he’s coughing crimson on the floor
The emperor has come to fall

Would you fix it now
That’s all we wish
You’ve said it all before
You’ve said it all before

Do you hear me, Diera see this is our final word
And if it isn’t now then when will he ever want to learn
See all the halls that he had led to build
They’re wasted by his final will
And the emperor has come to fall

Now he’s coughing crimson kneeling on the floor
Now he’s coughing crimson kneeling on the floor

Would you fix it now
That’s all we wish
You’ve said it all
Would you, would you fix
Don’t weep for those years gone
You’ve said it all before

You’ve said it all before
You’ve said it all before
You’ve said it all


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"Emperor" as written by Andrew Arndt Tamsin Wilson

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