"Valhalla (Blind Guardian cover)" as written by and Marcus Siepen Andre Olbrich....
High in the sky, where eagles fly
Morgray the dark, enters the throne

Open wide the gate, friend, the king will come
Blow the horn and praise the highest lord
Who'll bring the dawn, he's the new god
In the palace of steel, persuade the fate of everyone
The chaos can begin, let it in

So many centuries, so many gods
We were the prisoners of our own fantasy
But now we are marching against these gods
I'm the wizard, I will change it all

Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Oh Valhalla!

Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Oh Valhalla!

Magic is in me
I am the lost magic man
Never found what I was looking for
Now I found it but it's lost

The fortress burns, broken my heart
I leave this world, all gods are gone

So many centuries, so many gods
We were the prisoners of our own fantasy
But then we had nothing, to lead our life
We can't live without our gods, no!

Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Valhalla!

Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Valhalla, deliverance
Why've you ever forgotten me?
Oh no!


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"Valhalla" as written by Marcus Siepen Andre Olbrich

Lyrics © Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Universal Music Publishing Group

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