Treasure Island

Aaron(AarionLee) Morris

(12/31/1961 / Gallipolis Ohio)

Mission Of The Gods


Chariots of fire fly throught the night
lords of the realm ready to fight
swords of omen cast towards the sun
the gods are here the fight has begun

Pegasis pulling chariots of fire
all the gods decend it down to the wire
led by Zues they ride
to conquer the earth all mortals to die

Mission Of The Gods
to control our land
Mission Of The Gods
they start to decend

For now the heavens they want no more
Neptune in the sea and Zues on the shore
all mortals shall die in this day to come
killed by the egyptian god of the sun

Lightning from the heavens
one bolt for one life
fire from the earth
all mortals to die...tonight

Submitted: Thursday, April 15, 2004

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