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Dagor Bragollach (song)

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''Dagor Bragollach'' is the 8. track of [[Minas Morgul (album)|Minas Morgul]], the second full-length album of [[Summoning]].
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'''Dagor Bragollach''' is the 8th track of [[Minas Morgul (album)|Minas Morgul]], the second full-length album of [[Summoning]].
  
 
==Lyrics==
 
==Lyrics==
:In the year 455 it began, the battle of rapid fire.  
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<poem style="font-style:italic; margin-left:20px;">
:Announced threw flames,  
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In the year 455 it began, the battle of rapid fire.  
:more deadly then the third battle.  
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Announced threw flames,  
:Streams of fire flowing out of Thangorodrin and burned Ardgalen  
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more deadly then the third battle.  
:And with the flame a see of orcs arived,  
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Streams of fire flowing out of Thangorodrin and burned Ardgalen  
:and balorgs and glaurung the dragon.  
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And with the flame a see of orcs arived,  
:Having received all his might now Dor Thonion broke down first under this onset  
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and balorgs and Glaurung the dragon.  
:Angrod and aegnor where killed and their folk enslaved.  
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Having received all his might now Dor Thonion broke down first under this onset  
:The riders of maglor where sacrifices of the flames.  
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Angrod and aegnor where killed and their folk enslaved.  
:On the planes of Lothlann victory on our side the triumph of Morgoth.
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The riders of maglor where sacrifices of the flames.  
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On the planes of Lothlann victory on our side the triumph of Morgoth.
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</poem>
 
[[Category:Songs by Summoning]]
 
[[Category:Songs by Summoning]]

Revision as of 23:30, 18 April 2009

Dagor Bragollach is the 8th track of Minas Morgul, the second full-length album of Summoning.

Lyrics

In the year 455 it began, the battle of rapid fire.
Announced threw flames,
more deadly then the third battle.
Streams of fire flowing out of Thangorodrin and burned Ardgalen
And with the flame a see of orcs arived,
and balorgs and Glaurung the dragon.
Having received all his might now Dor Thonion broke down first under this onset
Angrod and aegnor where killed and their folk enslaved.
The riders of maglor where sacrifices of the flames.
On the planes of Lothlann victory on our side the triumph of Morgoth.