"Excalibur" as written by and Uwe Lulis Chris Boltendahl....
Unknown heir
Orphaned page
A King to be
Come his Age
For God's sake

Sword in Stone
Release will
Bring the Throne
For the Chosen One

The Almighty will point out
The only royal blood in the crowd

Sword of the kings
Take me on your wings
Back where I belong

Bound to fail
Noble Heart
Bound to gain
Challenge your faith!

Sword in Stone
Release it
Ascend the Throne and
Take the crown

The Almighty now throws the dice
Arthur the man without a vice

Precious Sword
Arthur's hand
He deserves
To rule the land
Lead Britannia

Excalibur lights up the sky
Hard times have been passing by

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"Excalibur" as written by Uwe Walter Lulis Chris Boltendahl


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    General CommentIts about Excalibur the legendary sword of King Arthur :P (duh) but umm its quite a wickid song XD
    UltimateSinson August 13, 2006   Link
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    General CommentYes, a very wicked song indded. I wonder how many people fell for the whole "Blind Guardian - Excalibur/Blind Guardian & Iced Earth - Excalibur" thing and got this song, only to find out this was done by...who else? Grave Digger! Maybe that's how they got a lot of their fanbase... or maybe they were just awesome and lucky. XD
    Ninji-Xon June 11, 2007   Link
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    General CommentGrave Digger has been around way before Blind Guardian and Iced Earth so they already had fan base. Any ways, I was always wondering who was the moron who put the Blind Guardian tag on Excalibur
    JoshPRon October 12, 2007   Link
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    General CommentAlso

    Limewire says Manowar made this masterpeice. And Also that Manowar made One Rhapsody of Fire Song " The Last Winged Unicorn " lol, when i first saw Blind Guardian - Excalibur. I was Exicted i thought they covered it! But, nothing tops good ol' Grave Digger \m/
    GraveDigger789on July 09, 2009   Link

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