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Call Of The Wild Lyrics

from Headless Cross

"Call Of The Wild" is track #2 on the album Headless Cross. It was written by Lynch, Stan / Myrick, Gary / Martin, Eric.
"Call Of The Wild" is track #2 on the album Headless Cross. It was written by Lynch, Stan / Myrick, Gary / Martin, Eric.

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In this last and final hour, you can't hide
There's nowhere now that you can run
All eyes are on you, like a lost eternal light
Princes and kings and demons with wings
Summon your fears from hell

It's the call of the wild calling you

In this last macabre hour, witches cry
And turn to dust before the moon
Many spirits are lost forever but one survives
To call the tune of Lucifer

It's the call of the wild calling you

Hero, only in the grave are there no dreams, aha
Hero, don't believe in fate, it ain't what it seems, oh

All you gotta do now is stay free, oh
You're the one they turn to when hell screams, oh woah

Fear of the devil has no place among the brave
Faced with pain, there's a battle to be won
All eyes are on you, like a lost eternal light
Princes and kings, demons with wings
Summon your fears from hell

It's the call of the wild calling you

Hero, only in the grave are there no dreams, aha
Hero, don't believe in fate, it ain't what it seems, oh

Hero, only in the grave are there no dreams, aha
Hero, don't believe in fate, it ain't what it seems, no

Hero, you got the fear of the devil
Hero, oh, burning your soul
Hero, it's the call of the wild
Hero, oh, tearing your soul

Songwriters
Lynch, Stan / Myrick, Gary / Martin, Eric

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