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Gregorian - Brothers In Arms Lyrics

  • Original theme & lyrics: Mark Knopfler
  • Originally performed by: Dire Straits
  • verse one:
  • These mist covered mountains
  • Are a home now for me
  • But my home is the lowlands
  • And always will be.
  • Some day you'll return to
  • Your valleys and your farms
  • And you'll no longer burn
  • To be brothers in arms.
  • verse two:
  • Through these fields of destruction
  • Baptism of fire
  • I've witnessed your suffering
  • As the battle raged higher.
  • And though they did hurt me so bad
  • In my fear and alarm
  • You did not desert me
  • My brothers in arms.
  • verse three:
  • There's so many different worlds
  • So many different suns
  • And we have just one world
  • But we live in different ones.
  • verse four:
  • Now the sun's gone to hell
  • And the moon's riding high
  • Let me bid you farewell
  • Every man has to die.
  • But it's written in the starlight
  • And every line in your palm
  • We're fools to make war
  • On our brothers in arms

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