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Across the Waters

This song is by Triumvirat and appears on the album Mediterranean Tales (1972).

Overture

instrumental


Taxident

When the hell broke loose at midnight,
Time to die was near
Golden tongues, disastrous fire
Increasing human fear
Sounds of prayers to God had faded
There was no escape
Burning bodies, crowded sundeck
Told them it's too late

Death by fire, an awful question
But they still could choose
Burned to ashes, so getting drunk
Nothing left to lose
Death by fire, an awful question
But they still could choose
Burned to ashes, so getting drunk
Nothing left to lose


Mind Tripper

instrumental


5 O'Clock Tea

"Be home for tea,"
The queen told me
When I was leaving
To see the three down on their knees
Begging for mercy...

It's all been fun
The hangman has done
What he's been told to
Death face-to-face
(Savings from grace)
He has to leave why...

But for a change
I will just re-arrange
The carefully prepared execution
It seems that to me
That I must run
Some deal with utter amusement...

Dropped in for tea
She's waiting for me
Switched on the telly
And smashing [it cried]
Ending the fight
Haven't seen us with valet...

"Be home for tea,"
The Queen told me
When I was leaving
To see the three narrowly free
All the way from the backroom...


Satan's Breakfast

instrumental


Underture

instrumental

Music by:

Jürgen Fritz, except Overture and Underture (composed by W.A. Mozart, arranged by Jürgen Fritz).

Lyrics by:

Hans Bathelt.

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