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    Reminds me of some good old days, I have been looking for the lyrics for a while now, thanks!

    Cyberminnieon July 24, 2002   Link
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    Just my thoughts, but I think the song is about the battle between heaven and hell "It's a land of mystery The world of unseen eyes You can feel the shadow of a princess She waits for you inside "and maybe making a reference to satan being a female as the princess of the dawn. Like a pump up song before angels and demons go into the final battle of heaven and earth. The guardians of God play the pawns Beg for mercy, hail the queen Princess of the Dawn.

    More like he is singing from the evil side and predicting a win in the battle.

    caloman88on April 12, 2015   Link
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    I think the majority of the lyrics are nonsense but I like to think the whole song as the duration of one night when the 'princess of the dawn' rules the land. The end comes when "a new day dawns...", and it happens on and on ("once upon a time, for ever more"), just like the monotonous beat of the song.

    Goddamn, this must be a killer live song, ACCEPT 4ever folks :D !

    Durang0on June 27, 2006   Link
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    I think it's a story about playing a chess game in the stereotypical castle because of many related terms, but I don't know that much chess to visualize such game and interpret the song. Maybe there exist a(n animated) movie with the same thematic.

    bcuriouson May 17, 2022   Link

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