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Dragonforce Inside The Winter Storm Lyrics

Last updated: 11/15/2011 10:00:00 AM

Strangers they come with the rise of the sun,
To escape from this madness forever,
Rivers run dry, bringing holes in the sky,
As the empire is fading away.

Silently march now, where the lost souls run wild,
In a time long forgotten, forever,
Pain brings us sadness at the dawn of the world,
But this nightmare will still carry on.

Through the day we'll find a way, we're lost beneath the stars,
Faceless they fall now, and we all stand as one,
Long wasted tears, but a light forever shining,
One stand one last demand to end it all.

[Pre chorus:]
Outside the world in a fallen land, turn away from our despair,
We stand alone in a silent dream, lost within eternally,
Whoa, oh oh ohh,
Whoa, oh oh oh ohh,
Rise again and try to understand.

[Chorus:]
A light for the world will save us tonight,
Redemption still so far away,
Marching on inside of our loneliness,
Still searching for all that remains.

And time will pass me by,
But I'm not so far away,
We're the sons of the land, our lifeblood runs into the ocean,
Tomorrow we're gone, our souls rising up to the sun.

[Chorus]

It's just one wasted man in one wasted land,
Suffering, still burning, so alive,
It's just one wasted man, in one wasted land,
Until the end of time,
Inside the winter storm.

[Pre chorus]

[Chorus]

It's just one wasted man, in one wasted land,
Suffering so far, and so alive,
It's just one wasted man, in one wasted land,
Until the end of time,
Inside the winter storm.

Inside the winter storm !

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Dragonforce like Kansas | Reviewer: David Condron | 4/4/11

Dragonforce has shown that a modern band can have the art-rock of a band like Kansas from the classic rock era today. Three cheers for Dragonforce! This music reminds me of the early Kansas stuff and the Kerry Livgren solo stuff he did after leaving Kansas. Want to see what I mean? See Masque by Kansas for the similar lyrical quality.



89/100 | Reviewer: Kevin Drewett | 11/8/10

This is by far one of the best songs i have heard in years. The soul and emotion that the band puts into their work has never ceased to impress me. this song touched my soul in a way i had not felt from a rock band, nor had i ever expected a rock band to bring such feelings to my heart. The solos are long however, and through them you some times wonder if the song will ever end. But they hold your interest and are always interesting. I say that the only thing that could have been done to make the song better would have been to have some shortening of the solos. All in all this is an amazing song that i would highly recommend along with the whole of the bands music.