"The Sin Trade" as written by and Marco/laiho Hietala....
Entering into a world darkness
I hesitate even though there is no other way
To bring you back to me

Even in death you have never left me
The sacrifice of another sends me soaring
Into the afterworld

In search for you I encounter Cyane
I go astray to make ammends for slaughtering
The young and innocent

They've closed the gates of eternity
And sent the enslaved souls to wander helplessly
Into the nothingness

An evil force lies waiting there
As Alti casts her spell and closes in
Bonded by death to defeat her
We leave the prison of our bodies
Have our souls unite as one and.

The shamaness chanting furiously
She does the dance of spirits and commands them
To possess the lifeless ones

Begin the clash between good and evil
We'll overcome and the last thing you will hear me say is
"I have many skills"

An evil force lies waiting there
As Alti casts her spell and closes in
Bonded by death to defeat her
We leave the prison of our bodies
Have our souls unite as one and

Strike the demons
Make them pay
Drain her power
The sin trade


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"The Sin Trade" as written by Kimberly Ann (ncb) Goss Aleksi Laiho

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    General CommentKim Goss once said this song, like ' The Warrior Princess, ' is about Xena but only the die-hard fans would know.
    Spiral_Slaveon February 03, 2007   Link
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    General CommentUsed to be a big fan of Xena. "Adventures in the Sin Trade" was actually a title of a well-known Xena episode towards the end of the series. The more I was able to decipher the lyrics while listening to it, the more Xena references I could find. "Even in death you have never left me", for example, is likely a reference to the bond between Xena and Gabrielle and Xena's death in the end of the series.
    FrogTagon November 14, 2012   Link

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