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Dor Daedeloth (song)

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''Dor Daedeloth'' is a song by [[Tolkien metal]] band [[Summoning]]. It appears in their second full-lenght album [[Minas Morgul (album)|Minas Morgul]], released in [[1995]].
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'''Dor Daedeloth''' is a song by [[Tolkien metal]] band [[Summoning]]. It appears in their second full-lenght album [[Minas Morgul (album)|Minas Morgul]], released in [[1995]].
 
==Lyrics==
 
==Lyrics==
:My heart for your word, Ered Engrin,  
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:and watch your folk, tired and small  
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My heart for your word, Ered Engrin,  
:all hope lies in its last breath...  
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and watch your folk, tired and small  
:You won't fear us, for we won't bring you anything  
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all hope lies in its last breath...  
:but a fading spirit,  
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You won't fear us, for we won't bring you anything  
:the essence of my frost cries...  
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but a fading spirit,  
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the essence of my frost cries...  
:frost and ice destroy...  
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frost and ice destroy...  
:My heart for your word, Dor Daedeloth,  
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:You have seen the journey of time, and let us,  
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My heart for your word, Dor Daedeloth,  
:half mortal beings, take part of the truth  
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You have seen the journey of time, and let us,  
:and the solitude of mankind, forewer...  
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half mortal beings, take part of the truth  
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and the solitude of mankind, forewer...  
:Wherever we go, wherever we stand, silence  
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:covers the blood soaken land,  
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Wherever we go, wherever we stand, silence  
:and so we pass the mountains of Ered Gorgoroth.  
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covers the blood soaken land,  
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and so we pass the mountains of Ered Gorgoroth.  
:Five shillvets are crossing the plains  
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:to the wide open forests of the west  
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Five shillvets are crossing the plains  
::on and on they are travelling, in  
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to the wide open forests of the west  
:the direction of Hithlum  
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on and on they are travelling, in  
:called Nebelland, that made me  
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the direction of Hithlum  
:asking for eternity...
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called Nebelland, that made me  
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asking for eternity...
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[[Category:Songs by Summoning]]
 
[[Category:Songs by Summoning]]

Revision as of 23:27, 18 April 2009

Dor Daedeloth is a song by Tolkien metal band Summoning. It appears in their second full-lenght album Minas Morgul, released in 1995.

Lyrics

My heart for your word, Ered Engrin,
and watch your folk, tired and small
all hope lies in its last breath...
You won't fear us, for we won't bring you anything
but a fading spirit,
the essence of my frost cries...

frost and ice destroy...

My heart for your word, Dor Daedeloth,
You have seen the journey of time, and let us,
half mortal beings, take part of the truth
and the solitude of mankind, forewer...

Wherever we go, wherever we stand, silence
covers the blood soaken land,
and so we pass the mountains of Ered Gorgoroth.

Five shillvets are crossing the plains
to the wide open forests of the west
on and on they are travelling, in
the direction of Hithlum
called Nebelland, that made me
asking for eternity...