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Mackenzie Desil


Ragnarok


A new age starts as the old one dies
The golden days are done
Fire and lightning rain from the skies
Our dreams turn to dust as we run for cover
The golden days are done.

We huddle and hide from a terrible foe
They want us to die
But we will say no!
There's no time to cry, only to run
The golden days are done.

As the ashes all settle valhala's reveiled
All the lost heroes return from the dead
The enemy shrieks as their fate is sealed
As they swing their swords the rivers run red
The golden days are done.

Ragnarok has come.

Submitted: Tuesday, August 19, 2008
Edited: Saturday, August 22, 2009
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