"The Art of War" as written by Thomas Buchberger, Georg Neuhauser and Clementine Delauney....
Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Signa Inferre
Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Vae Victis
Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Gloria Mundi
Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Vae Victis
A statesman's heart must be placed in his head

I can remember all the days of violence
I can remember all the days they fought for rights
When men united all by fear and interest
I mastered them with hopeful promises I've broken

Almighty giver of all life,
Sun you're my god, open my eyes,
I have to conquer; I am made to server that aim

Do as I command,
You'll never stop a dreamer
Imagination rules the world
And I saw it grand
Fight at my side,
You'll never taste the failure
Courage is key - let me teach you so,
The Art Of War

I do not want a bench covered with velvet,
I do not want a crown unless power goes with it
Religion I would use to server ambition
Glory is fleeting, the obscure is forever

Almighty giver of all life,
Sun you're my god, open my eyes,
I have to conquer, no matter the pain, no matter the harm


Do as I command,
You'll never stop a dreamer
Imagination rules the world
And I saw it grand
Fight at my side,
You'll never taste the failure
Courage is key - let me teach you so,
The Art Of War

I command for greater tomorrow,
Power is my reward.
Raise your head, fate will guide you now and forever

Do as I command,
You'll never stop a dreamer
Imagination rule the world
And I saw it grand
Fight at my side,
You'll never taste the failure
Courage is key - let me teach you so,
The Art Of War

Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Signa Inferre
Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Vae Victis
Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Gloria Mundi
Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Ad gladios, Vae Victis
A statesman's heart must be placed in his head


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