Life is too precious to waste
Many knights have been wholly chasing after your Majesty
They fantasized about drowning with your supremacy eternally
The holiness of your name, the power it supplies made them drown in sin
They pursued your grace all around the globe searched the sea outside and in
Where have All the knights of the white court thou pure souls gone?
Haunting a dream, a hologram? To sin they became prone
Each of those corrupted souls wanting to rule the world and eradicate his enemy
Seeking to abuse your power and reign over the world. But were rewarded melancholy
They have lost the true meaning of life, wasted their youth
Haunting a ghost and burning every single life fuse
They have been banished in the lands of melancholy due to greed
Tortured at the end mercilessly for nurturing the darkness and voracity’s seed
Have they learned that life is far to important to watch drift
If they haven’t then they’re worthless as my own spit
For life is better well lived before the undertaker comes
Before you die and all your fortunes fade including your homes
So well have the strongest men on earth gone, disappeared
Nothing but the dust of they bones left, life never reappeared
Leave your fears and storms behind, try to live this short ride
Make the best out of life, for it fades, a truth I can’t hide
Now can your hear their cries as they have wasted their lives
As they watched themselves die through their wives’ eyes
No , they have wasted the ultimate blessing granted by God Almighty
They abused the youth, seeking aimlessly and acting noble and haughty
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