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Far over the Misty Mountains cold
To dungeons deep and caverns old
We must away, ere break of day
To find our long forgotten gold

The pines
A misty path through woods long past
Enshrined in silence and runes will keep
The secrets of Dol Guldur
Far away and over the cold fog mountains
Our
Far over the Misty Mountains rise
Leave us standing upon the heights
What was before, we see once more
Is our kingdom a distant light

Fiery
travel into an unknown vale.
Through forests over hills and far away.

The chilly breezes of night surrounds me
With their smooth gentle touches.
Far over the misty mountains cold
To dungeons deep and carvens old
We must away ere break of day
To seek the pale enchanted gold

The pines were
travel over iceclothed mountains
Far away alone

I start to freeze
I start to shiver as my aura turns pale
Into second death
As I receive the last
Evening full of grandeur, skies tinged with red
Mountains crowned with crimson, treetops with scarlet blaze
As the dusk is falling, night settles
Way outta town on some midnight highway
Headed nowhere, was just drivin' by myself
The night was cold, the wind was blowin'
Me, I felt like I was
skin
That isn’t judged by
Where it begins
Show me the clams
Show me the pearls
Mail me a note
Sent from a world
That isn’t so far
And always
betrayed
By the wind and rain
The sacred hall's empty and cold
The sacrifice made
Should not be done in vain
Revenge will be taken by Rome

We live
Orion greets the winter sky 
As he slowly passes by
The moon offers its cold and watchful stare
The summer night replaces frost, 

The budding trees
As the sky is burning
My mind is turning
To the cold winter evenings
By my own fire side

(All)
So far away now
But any day now
I'll sail
On the morning tide
burning
My mind is turning
To the cold winter evenings
By my own fire side

So far away now
But any day now
I'll sail
On the morning tide

Home
and the horses dying side by side

Thunder Rolling in the Mountains said, "my heart is sick and sad.
Our children now are freezing. The old chiefs are dead.
away in the mountain hall
Maybe there's somewhere we can hide
With thunder and lighting above us
We're running as hard as we can
Hunted by the magic
over. His thoughts were with those far times. Like a cold shudder passed through his skin. He rose and returned back to his house not left by the memories
driving steel
Said "Sweat, boy! Sweat! Only two more swings!"
"I was born drivin' steel"

Well now John Henry hammered in the mountains
He'd give a grunt he
no more
When you get so cold, I'm not sure just how much longer I can hold

You got me standing at the bottom of this mountain that we've made
the bouncers
Instead you ended up somewhere far in the mountains
Talking 'about what we was doing, what we was counting
Nothing but old pictures of old sixes
Old
at the grass down by the river
Where the swelling mountain water moves onward to the sea:
The builder of the castles renews the age-old purpose
you gotta lotta love

Come out with your motherfuckin' hands up
This a take over

You can't stand in the way of darkness
A cold, cold day in hell
whippin' a Land
Throughout ya section; my mind's in traum'
Nine times out of time I rhymes upon the L-Train
Within my brain, fountains over rugged mountains
fountains over rugged mountains 
Of my terrain; dig it; I came too far to front 
So I'm meditatin' on how to maintain 
Stepped off at City Hall into
And the mail is late and the great estates are not lit from within
The talk in town's becoming downright sickening

In due time we will see the far butte lit by
at the grass down by the river
Where the swelling mountain water moves onward to the sea:
The builder of the castles renews the age-old purpose