Take The Black

- HammerFall
Released: 2005 Genres: Rock
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Lyric "Take The Black"

The moon is full, you cannot see
There's something in the air
Sound asleep, you're in too deep
Protecting your own lair
The lion roar into the night
Yet another foe to slay
Who are you that I see right through?
The hunter or the prey

Too late to hear the final warning
No-one can defy the Reaper
Voices, twisted
Calling out your name
Voices, twisted
Calling for you

Ain't no reason for the rhyme
Take the black, ready to attack
Take the black
Face to face you bide your time
Take the black, ready to attack
Take the black

You thought you had it all in there
In your little bag of tricks
Insanity won't set you free
As you cross the river Styx

You're out of time, your bridges burn
In the undying flame
We'll nail you down to the ground
For you to bear the shame

Too late to hear the final warning
No-one can defy the Reaper
Voices, twisted
Calling out your name
Voices, twisted
Calling for you

Ain't no reason for the rhyme
Take the black, ready to attack
Take the black
Face to face you bide your time
Take the black, ready to attack

Voices, twisted
Calling out your name
Voices, twisted
Calling for you

Ain't no reason for the rhyme
Take the black, ready to attack
Take the black
Face to face you bide your time
Take the black, ready to attack

Ain't no reason for the rhyme
Take the black, ready to attack
Take the black
Face to face you bide your time
Take the black, ready to attack

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HammerFall

HammerFall

HammerFall is a Swedish heavy metal band from Gothenburg, Sweden. The band was formed in 1993 by ex-Ceremonial Oath guitarist Oscar Dronjak. HammerFall was formed when guitarist Oscar Dronjak quit Ceremonial Oath and invited Jesper Strömblad (from In Flames) to join him as a drummer in a new musical project he had been contemplating for some time. Dronjak had already composed the song "Steel Meets Steel," which was later included on HammerFall's debut album.