Macedonia by Spitfire

 

spitfire Macedonia by Spitfire

The song ‘Macedonia’ was composed and performed by Greece’s legendary heavy metal band, Spitfire. A monumental song with pounding rhythms, epic atmosphere, and imposing vocals.

 

Album: DIE FIGHTING

MACEDONIA
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One man can live his life
Between grief and glory
Choosing a way to walk, no
Matter what it takes
And at the final step
before the greatest journey
Then only he could see the
Deeds he leaves behind

One nation starts to grow and
walk through the ages
Creating history that no man ever doubt
Times when the dark was thick
And life was out of value
Lights of democracy where bright around the place

 

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And they lived in harmony
Changed the course of History

In the meantime troops of Darkness start to gather round
Magnetized by your brightness
Land of living Gods

And they live in misery
Building walls, what irony!

Chorus:
They want to steal from
Macedonia
The Macedonia

Never gonna get you and
I believe that you know
That I ll be killing what they’re dreaming
And I hope you ‘ll understand
Time to see

Never let the lizard
To be near you
Because the lizard
Changes colors
And it’s trying to take in you.

Then one day your son will
Rise, Father of Our Land
Leader and protector of the
Macedonians
Troops of lions on his side,
March against the walls
Crashing down the puppet leaders and their dirty world

Even though your ages older
I can hear your laugh
Cause they want to live your future
People with no past

But You ‘re dressed in blue and white
Like the colours in your sky

The one and only Macedonia

 

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  2. Modern Historians about Macedonia – Miltiades B. Hatzopoulos
  3. Modern historians about Macedonia – R. Malcolm Errington
  4. “History of Macedonia” by Prof. R. Malcolm Errington
  5. Macedonia : Tribute to Alexander the Great
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