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When at Last She Sings

Do you fear the silence?
The dreadfulness of night?
Every beast is sleeping
Waiting for her dawn to break
Listening for the forgotten call

Do you feel the whisper in the air?
Resurgence is on the horizon
A voice will rise from blackened ash
Like smoke you'll smell her there
Like a wildfire you'll be running

Ringing her declaration bells
A fallen angel wakes tonight
Roaring in sinister symphony
Reclaiming her perverted throne

Every repentant knee will bow
The guilty stripped naked at her feet
Those who once molested her
Will hear her damned voice ring

No condemnation for her vengeance
No remorse for those who scream
Do not fear the chimes that sound
Her wind is stirring everything

The hour is near, rapture shall come
The gates of Hell will crumble
What fire she'll rain down with triumph
What cries we'll shout in harmony
When at last she sings
Written by Thetravelingfairy
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