by Lich Owl

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Mirkwood Mirkwood title is inspired by JRR Tolkien books, it was is a name used for two distinct fictional forests on the continent of Middle-earth in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium. One of these occurred in the First Age of Middle-earth, when the highlands of Dorthonion north of Beleriand were known as Mirkwood after falling under Morgoth's control. Lyrics Translation: The sun has set the darkness awakens time to seek shelter In this dark wilderness The moon took on a strange color The fog is thicker than usual The forest seems to be unkind Something strange happens fight your demons otherwise they will control you

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Mirkwood title is inspired by JRR Tolkien books, it was is a name used for two distinct fictional forests on the continent of Middle-earth in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium. One of these occurred in the First Age of Middle-earth, when the highlands of Dorthonion north of Beleriand were known as Mirkwood after falling under Morgoth's control. Lyrics Translation: The sun has set the darkness awakens time to seek shelter In this dark wilderness The moon took on a strange color The fog is thicker than usual The forest seems to be unkind Something strange happens fight your demons otherwise they will control you
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GJART  2 years ago
 
Dark and tense. The last 30s really nail it :-)
Lich Owl  2 years ago
 
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