Tales

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The hall is silent as the guards sleep,
And behind herot’s walls, the monster weeps.
He knocks upon herot’s door,
To enter in to face the horde.

Fate had opened up the gate,
And blinded the people all with hate,
To a time with dancing days,
Find them again before the hours late.

A legion of a hundred men,
Couldn’t cut through Grendel’s skin,
Untill that night when the cold winter’s wind,
Revealed to him the bitter end.

Fate had opened up the gate,
And blinded the people all with hate,
To a time with dancing days,
Find them again before the hours late.

The tales of war were told that day,
Beneath the waves Grendel lay.

Fate had opened up the gate,
And blinded the people all with hate,
To a time with dancing days,
Find them again before the hours late.

Into hell the warrior went,
With a word, heaven sent,
To defeat lucifer’s friend
And reveal to her his bitter end.

Fate had opened up the gate,
And blinded the people all with hate,
To a time with dancing days,
Find them again before the hours late.

credits

from Pretty Odd II, released March 7, 2013
Written by Pretty Odd
Produced by Pretty Odd and Chris Bodall

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Pretty Odd Raleigh, North Carolina

Two friends, Wesley Hitson and Pierce Clawson, had a dream of forming a rockin' band in the midst of the pop dominated music scene when they were just starting high school. The two spent two years putting together talented musicians to create a revival of the old ways of music. In doing this, they found Louis Montgomery, and the twin sisters Willow and Savannah Patten and formed Pretty Odd. ... more

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