Ancient lands, lost in time
Storms of sand, walls of lime
Surround this mask of death I wear

Awakened by intruder souls
The jackal screams as my stone gods behold
Desecraters of Ra

Pharaoh's curse upon you
Who dares to invade his sacred ground
Gods of the Nile arise to strike you down

Forgotten days of my rule, cities
Blazed with gold and jewel
Diamond symbol of riches
Beyond compare

Now I lay cold in this chamber of
Stone
Fools forsaken the wrath of my
Throne
Desecraters of Ra

Pharaoh's curse upon you
Who dares to invade his sacred ground
Gods of the Nile arise to strike you down

Mystic gods of the stars
- I summon thee from afar
Sun, moon and earth
Align for my rebirth

I feel the blood flow through my veins
The life force shines on me again
Let the ritual begin
You will pay for your sins

I am god, I am king of the land
The hour of judgement is at hand
Winds of revenges sweep through the sand
The mighty pharaoh lives again

Pharaoh's curse upon you
Who dares to invade his sacred ground
Gods of the Nile arise to strike you down


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Pharaoh Lyrics as written by Michael Pinnella Allen Boop Russell

Lyrics © Warner Chappell Music, Inc.

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    I don't believe no one has commented on this amazing song.

    The lyrics are 100% correct from what I can see.

    I feel this song is similar to Dragonforce in the way that it appears as fantasy metal, telling a story without actually having a true meaning behind it. Of course, it can be interpreted in other ways for those looking for something which may or may not be there.

    zemagicmasteron May 16, 2008   Link

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