"Lamia" as written by and Dark Bloodlord....
Lamia...

You shall come to me and stand by my side
'Till the end of time
Ooh ... welcome to my kingdom shrouded in darkness and hate come and make me

Immortal Lamia... you're so beautiful
With your burning face and your body
Red of blood
Together we shall reign this world
Together we shall spread our wings and fly
We will fly over this land and then they will fear us
'Cause they know that they are weaker than us
And so do we and therefor they must follow us
Or die in eternal pain
To die in the eternal flames
To die in the eternal flames
Die

I will proclaim my powers to all living creatures
So come Lamia and join my dark crusade
The dead will rise from their graves when you call for them
Feel your power and join me
Together we shall reign this world
Together we shall spread our wings and fly we will fly over this land and
Then they will fear us 'cause they know that they are weaker than us
And so do we and therefor they must follow us
Or die in the eternal pain together
We shall spread our wings and fly


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"Lamia" as written by Dark Bloodlord

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    General CommentGreat song! Awesome melody! And describes so perfectly the addiction to Lamia...
    v-empireon September 11, 2008   Link
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    General CommentMy divorce anthem
    spitlordon July 01, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningThis is a Beautiful song indeed.

    In ancient Greek mythology, Lamia (Greek: Λάμια) was a beautiful queen of Libya who became a child-eating daemon. While the word lamia literally means large shark in Greek, [1] Aristophanes claimed her name derived from the Greek word for gullet (laimos), referring to her habit of devouring children.[2]

    Some accounts say she has a serpent's tail below the waist. This popular description of her is largely due to Lamia, a poem by John Keats published in 1819.[3] However, Diodorus Siculus describes her as having nothing more than a distorted face.[4]

    Later traditions referred to many lamiae, folkloric monsters similar to vampires and succubi that seduced young men and then fed on their blood.[5]
    IamNotLamiaon July 28, 2009   Link

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