Songs of the Middle-Earth

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miruvor
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Songs of the Middle-Earth

Post#51 » Sun Sep 25, 2005 1:05 pm

[u]A Tolkien romance [/u]
Original song : A gothic romance, by Cradle of Filth

Performed by Aragorn :

Evening minuetto in the house of Lord Elrond
A she-elf more radiant than the moon
lowered Her mask to me.
The sublimest creature the Fëanorians, full of fire
would marvel at making their Queen.
Infusing the air with Her fragrant desire
and my heart reeled with grave poetry....

From grace I fell in love with Her
scent and feline lure
and jade woodland eyes that ushered in the purest.
Erotic laden fantasies amid this warm autumn night.
She lulled me away from the rich masquerade
and together we clung in the bloodletting moonlight.
Pearled Ithil, what spell didst thou cast on me?
Her icy kiss fervoured my neck
like whispering waves 'pon Forochel’s beach.
In a whirl of sweet voices and statues
that phantomed Rivendell’s birch trees,
this immortal seductress in white, took me....

In a pale azured dawn, like Ligeia reborn,
I tore free of my sleep – sepulchre,
on a Bruinen misted lawn where stone figures, forlorn,
lamented the spectre of Her.
Bewildered and weak, yet with passion replete,
I hungered for past overtures.
The curse of unrest and her ardent caress
were much more than my soul could endure....

And I at once endeavoured to see Her again,
stirring from midnight's inertia,
knowing not even her name.
On a thin precipice over an Anduin abyss,
I rode upon a blind Warg,
drunk on red miruvor, her sweet lips on mine,
suffused with the perfume of night.

For years I scoured Middle-Earth,
in vain that we might meet again.
When storm clouds broke, ashened, fatigued,
I sought refuge in Lothlórien.

Sleep, usher dreams,
taint to nightmares from a sunless nether.

Mistress of my heart,
I now know what thou art !
Her voice haunts my sleep,
singing ballads Elladan and Elrohir composed together.

Arwen Undómiel…

Deep stained pain that I had dreamt,
flaunted demise, life's punishment,
leaving little chance to see her again....

But poised nectar within my stirs up
feverous desire and morbid purpose to search
through the leaves of Caras Galadhon to where she swoons,
Lady of Imladis and Laurelindórenan.
In flawless fatal beauty her very visage compels
glimpses of a heaven where Ar-Phârazon’s companies fell
to mourning the loss of their god in blackest velvet,
enrobed in their downfall like a swift silhouette

White niphredil for Elrond’s daughter....

Galadhrim taste my tears
and whisper haunting requiems
softly to mine ear.
Need-fires have lured Sauron’s minions here....

Nocturnal pulse,
Nimrodel spills forth her waters,
whilst I yearn for the lips I cherish most.

We haste towards Cerin Amroth
Reason with me, Undómiel
For I must know, dost thou choose death?
My heart echoes bloodless and incensed....

Doth temptation prowl night in Elvish revelry,
did not Tinúviel came to Beren like Undómiel came to me?
On that fateful summer’s eve when we fled company,
as the music swept around us in the crisp, fated leaves.
Under Elbereth’s stars where athelas was sewn,
in a mausoleum of Ranger chieftains rent in cool marbled stone,
I am grieving the loss of Undómiel in sombre velvet,
enrobed in Death's shadow like a swifter silhouette…

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Post#52 » Tue Sep 27, 2005 12:06 pm

[u]Ancalagon crashes[/u]
Original song : Lightning crashes, by Live

Ancalagon crashes, Morgoth Bauglir cries
his iron crown falls to the floor
Manwë Súlimo opens his eyes
victory sets in
before Sauron can even close Angband’s gates.

Ancalagon crashes, the great dragon dies
Morgoth’s last hope falls to Thangorodrim
Manwë Súlimo closes his eyes
the victory that was his
belongs now, to his armies in Beleriand.

oh now feel it coming back again
like a rolling thunder chasing the wind
forces pulling from the halls of Oiolossë again
I can feel it.

Ancalagon crashes, Morgoth Bauglir cries
this moment the Noldor’ve been waiting for
Manwë Súlimo opens his eyes
sapphire blue coloured iris,
presents the circle
and puts the glory out to hide – hide.

oh now feel it coming back again
like a rolling thunder chasing the wind
forces pulling from the halls of Oiolossë again
I can feel it.

I can feel it.

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Post#53 » Thu Sep 29, 2005 7:26 am

[u]Ten thousandth Orc down[/u]
Original song : Tenth man down, by Nightwish

Performed by Aragorn :

Today I killed, he was just an Orc
Eight thousand before him, I decapitated them all
On the Pelennor Fields, a dying oath...
I'd kill them all to save Gondor

Cut me free, bleed with me, oh no
One by one, they will fall, down down
Pull the plug, end the pain, run'n fight for life
Hold on tight, this is our fight

Deliver me from this war
It's not for me, it's because of Gondor
Sauron’s minions, my enemies
Obey to kill to save yourself

Cut me free, bleed with me, oh no
One by one, they will fall, down down
Pull the plug, end the pain, run'n fight for life
Hold on tight, this is our fight

"I envy the 900 Easterlings that crossed me
My path made up by their torn bodies
Man to man, soldier to soldier, dust to dust
Call me a show-off but I am better than Húrin"


Arwen waits for me back home
She lives with eyes turned away
She was the first one to see
She’ll be the last one to bleed

"The ultimate high as all beautiful dies
Denethor’s despair, Gandalf’s excuse, Sauron’s delight...
I alone, the great northern Ranger
I'll march till the dawn brings us victory
last one of Isildur’s line !"


Cut me free, bleed with me, oh no
One by one, they will fall, down down
Pull the plug, end the pain, run'n fight for life
Hold on tight, this is our fight.

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Post#54 » Fri Sep 30, 2005 10:30 am

[u]Lembas [/u]
Original song : Peaches, by the Presidents of the United States of America

Performed by Legolas :

Movin’ to Lothlórien, gonna eat a lot of lembas
I’m movin’ to Lothlórien I’m gonna eat me a lot of lembas
I’m movin’ to Lothlórien I’m gonna eat a lot of lembas
Movin’ to Lothlórien I’m gonna eat a lot of lembas

Lembas is waybread and much better than cram
made in Caras Galadhon
If I had my little way I’d eat lembas everyday
during a picnic with Gimli in the shade

Movin’ to Lothlórien I’m gonna eat a lot of lembas
Movin’ to Lothlórien I’m gonna eat a lot of lembas
I’m movin to Lothlórien gonna eat a lot of lembas
Movin’ to Lothlórien gonna eat a lot of lembas

I took a little nap where the roots all twist
Squished a piece of lembas in my fist
And dreamed about you, Gimli
I poked my finger down inside makin’ a little room for an ant to hide
Elfish candy right here in my hand

Millions of lembas lembas for me
Millions of lembas lembas for me
Millions of lembas lembas for me
Millions of lembas lembas for me

Millions of lembas lembas for me
Millions of lembas lembas for me
Millions of lembas lembas for me
Millions of lembas lembas for me.

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Post#55 » Thu Oct 06, 2005 2:18 pm

LOL. You are all maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaad! ;)

Though I have a correction to make:

Lord_aragorn86
Posted Sunday 29th May 2005 (08:16am)

Knockin' on Gondor's Doors
(Originally as Knockin' on Heaven's Doors by Guns N' Roses but now by the orcs who were handling the Grond during the Seige of Minas Tirith)


The original Knockin' On Heaven's Door is by Eric Clapton

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Post#56 » Sat Oct 08, 2005 3:36 pm

[u]I am the Black Númenorans [/u]
Original song : I am the black wizards, by Emperor

Performed by Morgoth :

Mightiest am I,
but I am not alone in the Void
For this realm of darkness consists of dark souls,
souls that already died a thousand deaths.
Behind the Wall of Night they forever master their occult arts,
boiling their potions in cauldrons of black mithril.

Far away in Mordor,
where the rain never falls
and Arien’s lustre cannot reach,
Sauron, my mighty servant,
summons the souls of my macrocosm.

No age will escape my wrath.
I travel through time and I return to the future.
I gather wisdom now lost.

I again visit my ancient fortress of Utumno,
even before the Lords of the West seized it.
I watch their servants discover my chronicles,
guarded by demons, unknown even to me.

Once destroyed their souls are being summoned
to my timeless prison of hate.
It is delightful to feast upon their screaming souls,
locked away in eternal agony .

How many souls that serve me with evil, I know not.
My empires have no limits.

From the never ending mountains black to the bottomless lakes,
I am the ruler, as I have been for eternities long.

I am them.

From the never ending mountains black to the bottomless lakes,
I am the ruler, as I have been for eternities long.

My minions are legion, but their essence is mine,
because I am the spirit of their existence.
I am them.

I am them.
I am them.

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Post#57 » Sat Oct 08, 2005 4:29 pm

[u]Into the Infinity of the Void[/u]
Original song : Into the infinity of thoughts, by Emperor

Performed by the Necromancer :

As the Darkness creeps over the forest of Mirkwood
and the silence reaches Dol Guldur, I awake and rise...
Into the night I wander, like many nights before,
and like in my dreams, but centuries ago.

Under the Moon, under the trees.
Into the vastness of Mordor,
beyond the light of a new day,
into the frozen nature chilly,
beyond the warmth of the dying Sun.
Hear the whispering of the wind,
the Shadows calling...

I gaze into the Moon which grants me visions
these twelve full Moon nights of the year,
and for each night the light of the Grey Fool’s disciples fades away.

Weaker and weaker, one by one.

Weaker and weaker, one by one.

I gaze into the Moon which makes my mind pure as crystal lakes,
my eyes cold as the darkest winter nights, but yet there is a flame inside.

It guides me into the dark shadows beyond this world,
into the infinity of the Void... thoughts of upcoming reality.

In the name of the almighty Lord Melkor I will ride the lands in pride,
wielding mighty Grond in warfare.

I will grind my hatred upon the loved ones.
Despair will be brought upon
the hoping children of happiness.

Wherever there is joy my hordes of Eclipse
will pollute gloom, sadness and hate
under the reign of fear.

The lands will grow black.
There is no Sunrise yet to come
into the wastelands of phantoms lost.

The lands will grow black.
There is no Sunrise yet to come.

May these moments under the Moon be eternal.

May the infinity haunt me... In Darkness.

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Post#58 » Sun Oct 09, 2005 4:15 pm

[u]The burning shadows of Orodruin [/u]
Original song : The burning shadows of silence, by Emperor

Performed by Frodo :

Benighted darker and darker
as I wander through Gorgoroth,
on my way to Orodruin.

As the sky goes from dark to black,
ice cold whispers burn my skin.
From nowhere to the deepest of my soul,
the Ring speaks to me promises of death and destruction.
An Eye, a bloodred lidless Eye lights my black heart’s night.

Lightning cracks the sky and thunders roll,
through the night a chaos of storms arises.

Sammath Naur…
Burning flames catch my eyes.
Into the shadows I hear the choirs of evil,
an aria in blasphemy beyond my darkest fantasies.

The Black Gate opens…

Into the silent shadows I crawl,
behind rocks so cold,
overcome by melancholy.
I will forever burn...
Burn... Burn...

Into the silent shadows I crawl,
behind rocks so cold,
overcome by melancholy.
I will forever burn...
Burn… Burn…

In the silent shadows.

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Post#59 » Mon Oct 10, 2005 7:44 am

You really are mad!!!! Now I feel guilty because none of us has been participating in this thread for a long time, leaving poor old Mir to a rather one-sided thing...

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Post#60 » Mon Oct 10, 2005 12:36 pm

Though I have a correction to make:
The original Knockin' On Heaven's Door is by Eric Clapton

I've only heard the version sung by Guns and Roses along with Bob Dylan. Anyways, Miruvor has had his monopoly for too long. Its time I start to do my homework again. So don't freat, I'll be here with a song or two pretty soon.

Anyways, kudos to Miruvor for keeping up the good work.
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