Between my trees the unicorn runs
from the highest mountains the water falls
Flowers and plants now caress my eyes
along these holy valleys kissed by light
And I am victim of this spell
wonderful symphony of enchanted lands...

Wonderful symphony of enchanted lands...

The whisper of spring is now carried by winds
the winds from the land of the fire
Where peace is a gift from the king of the kings
It seems so strongly unreal... unreal!

Dragons and demons beware!
It's the rage of the titans...
Is the titans' bloody rage!
Warlords and steelgods beware!
It's the rage of the titans...
Is the titans' bloody rage!

The oak, my sister, smiles at the sun
now free from the weight of the winter
The eagles fly from mountain to mountain
enchanting my heart... brave heart!

Dragons and demons beware!
It's the rage of the titans...
Is the titans' bloody rage!
Warlords and steelgods beware!
It's the rage of the titans...
Is the titans' bloody rage!

Dragons and demons beware!
It's the rage of the titans...
Is the titans' bloody rage!
Warlords and steelgods beware!
It's the rage of the titans...
Is the titans' bloody rage!


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    General CommentIf you pay close attention to the wordplay you can notice this song is about woman's menstruating cycle.
    Bloody Rage of the Titans - self explanatory

    Between my trees the unicorn runs
    from the highest mountains the water falls - pretty much the same

    and when he's referring to the demons and dragons he's actually addressing every man alive - beware of "the woman" when it's "that time of the month".


    It seems so strongly unreal... unreal! - in a way refers to the fact that women are so gentle and beautiful, and how they change into growling beasts fueled by hormones for a brief period in a months time.
    Aletheuson January 05, 2009   Link

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