VÃ¥rt hat skal vinne
VÃ¥r ondskap skal gro
Ã? feste seg i unge sjeler

Den siste krig skal vi vinne
og de godes blod skal falle som regn
Deres korte sjeler skal samles
Vi skal råde over kaos og evig natt

Vi skal glemme de kvinnelig vikante mødre
og utslette alt
Et rike skal reise seg
i asken av brente hjem
det er kun en herre hersker
vi hyller deg SATAN de sterkes konge.

Din tid er kommet.

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Det Nye Riket Lyrics as written by Stian Tomt Thoresen Stian Aarstad

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    does anyone have the english translation for this song

    ive probably been searching for like an hour and a half trying to find a friggin translator and its just not possible so if someone can help me out with this i would appreciate it

    MetabolicDiseaseon June 05, 2004   Link
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    The New Kingdom

    Our hate shall win Our evil shall grow To fix itself in young souls

    The final war shall we win And the blood of the good shall fall as rain Their short souls shall be gathered together We shall reign over chaos and everlasting night. We shall forget the womanly weak small mother And end all A kingdom shall raise itself In the ash of burned homeland There is only one master ruler We pay tribute to you Satan the king of the strong Your time is has come

    Kalvon February 21, 2005   Link
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    DarkLyrics.com has ALL the english translations

    TheNewDiabolicon January 16, 2006   Link

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