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Rock - Hard Rock | Waverly, Ohio, United States
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Song Description

This song is a conceptial piece that becomes a tragedy for all involved. Set in medieval times, this song hopes to bring the feel of a tournament into being, and teaches some important lessons.

Story Behind the Song

Written for the Brothers in Arms Joust Troupe, as development for a video.



The richest of them all came bearing chests of gold,
then came a Knight in black, his armor stain?d in blood.
A stallion bought with hangman?s coin brings the man of greed
the last a youthful brute of twenty, his eyes a virgin?s end.

?Wassail all ye valouring brave, Gather to my kingdom fair!
A fortnight from this morrow?s eve, a test of Heroes I declare!
For He who rides to glory?s table, my daughter?s hand recieves.
Become a legend told in fable, the heir to my nobility!?

One from the Highlands, his garb trimmed in gold,
One knight form the lowest vale - and foul deeds untold.
Another so full of greed he?d sell you for your life.
One knight for the maidens, he?d claim?d a thousand wives!

With flags unfurl?d and lances couch?d, the cutpurse and the Scot
did charge across the tourney?s field - but both would meet demise.
The highland sword did find its mark, but from the Brigand?s cloak
came a hidden dagger to the noble Scotsman?s eyes!

the Blaggard clashed with maiden?s hero and fell to woe?s betide,
Tho? he?d tipp?d his lance with poison, his failure was his pride.
The handsome hero rose to vict?ry, soon to claim his prize,
He called her name in triumph and her Father realized...

Her name had not been spoken outside the castle walls!
the King rose in a fury, and shouted for the guards!
He ripp?d his taken daughter out from her lover?s arms,
and smiled as the brute of twenty was murdered for his charms!

Song Length
Rock - Heavy Metal, Rock - Indie/Low-Fi
Tempo / Feel
Fast (151 - 170)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Brutal, Jovial

Subject Matter
History, Past, Lies

Similar Artists
Iron Maiden, The Cure
1600 - 1699

Lyric Credits Nate Breidenbaugh
Music Credits Lunarium
Producer Credits JR Carter
Publisher Credits 494 Productions
Performance Credits LUNARIUM
Label Credits None