Siren’s Song

 

Siren’s Song

By Raven Gustafix & the Unknown Vagabond

She’ll drag you down, into the deep

Your lovers will mourn and your children will weep

Play while you can, sing your last song

Life as you know it is over and gone

It’s time to go sailing away, boys,

Time to sailing down into the sea

It’s time to go sailing away, boys

Revel in your young lives while you are still free

Her voice is like wine, her song is a play

She’ll tell you the story of your dying day

Body divine, you can’t look away

Her eyes turn to you all hollow & grey –

It’s time to go sailing away, boys,

Time to sailing down into the sea

It’s time to go sailing away, boys

Revel in your young lives while you are still free

Your body it will crash like a ship on the rocks

Your soul she will keep in her treasure box

Hers you are now, ‘til the end of time

She feasts off your lust like a drunk off the vine

It’s time to go sailing away, boys,

Time to sailing down into the sea

It’s time to go sailing away, boys

Revel in your young lives while you are still free

Whiskey & Beer (For the Love of)

 

Whisky & Beer (for the love of)

By D.M. Blackthorn & Irving the Dwarf

C                                 Gm             Bb                       F

We traveled over the mountains in search of our true loves
C                           Gm                        Bb                   F

At length we came to a bar room, aye, we stumbled into the pub
C                                    Gm                              Bb                                    F

After many troubles and world-weary miles, the end of our quest was near
C                         Gm                        Bb                F

See, we traveled over the mountains for the Whisky & the Beer!

Chorus:
Cm
For the Whiskey! “Whiskey!” Whisky & Beer!
Bb
And the Beer! “the Beer!” Whisky & Beer!
Cm
Aye, the Whiskey! “Whiskey!” Whiskey & Beer!
Bb
And the Beer! “Beer!” For the love of Whiskey & Beer!

We ordered up from the barkeep, but he moved – nay, not an inch!
”Lay down ye silver,” quoth he, that greedy black hearted bitch!

We had, no, ne’er any money, being deserters from the war

But we were prepared to die in battle – for the Whiskey! And the Beer!

(Chorus)

We armed ourselves as befitting grim-faced dwarfs of war

We grabbed up those hammers and axes, though the barkeep knew not what for

We laid into the bastard, and the fray had truly begun

We were so close we could smell our true loves, and we would not be kept from them –

From the Whiskey!….(Chorus)

A Rose, A Door

 

It’s a secret that outshines the day

Only when you’re close do you notice anything

If you want me to open the door

Take a piece of chalk draw a square in the floor

When it opens, you’ll see me no more

Another world awaits, maybe it’s better

 

Your sacred symbols have all turned to lead

They won’t help you swim in the Grey Between

Buy if you’re seeking monsters to slay

You’re sure to find some that won’t run away

 

Escape and shield your eyes from the day

In a world very different where the stars turn all wrong

 

The space between worlds is thin

Grin while you can all you bring is your skin

What protection can you offer me

From things that only hunger and creep in the caves

And if you ever see the Rose

I don’t suppose you could ever look away

 

‘Cause it’s a secret that outshines the day

Only when you’re close do you notice anything

If you want me to open the door

Take a piece of chalk draw a square in the floor

When it opens, you’ll see me no more

Another world awaits, maybe it’s better