Obtained Enslavement – Lucifer’s Lament


Artist: Obtained Enslavement
Album: The Shepherd and the Hounds of Hell
Year: 2000

Lyrics:
As he walked these desolate fields, he felt his spirit weaken.
These were days that you know not, this was long ago.
The tortured souls of fathers old – was his to seek revenge for.
Those of pride who would not bend, before the laws and gods of man.

This was a race you have never seen and neither will you ever.
For these were haunted down like beasts, by mortal fools – the human race.
In his quest for sweet revenge he walked so tall and proud.
Until he met a figure that now made him fall and stumble blind.

This was what his quest was for – not to seek revenge.
This creature in a human shape, with feelings so intense.
He knew her as no other, but not in shape of man.
Their spirits re-united as he took her by the hand.

This was a race you have never seen and neither will you ever.
For these were haunted down like beasts, by mortal fools – the human race.
In his quest for sweet revenge he walked so tall and proud.
Until he met a figure that now made him fall and stumble blind.

This figure was of human race – a woman of such beauty that he could not
Help to stumble on his way to seek revenge.
As he looked upon her face he saw such passion in her eyes.
It reminded him of tales he had heard, of mankind’s so-called paradise.

Spirit torn from spirit – and spirit torn apart.
When human race saw through his mask,
And tore the two apart.
Spirit torn from spirit – and spirit torn apart.
Human race I curse thee
With all my blackened heart.

Spirit torn from spirit – and spirit torn apart.
When human race saw through his mask,
And tore the two apart.
Spirit torn from spirit – and spirit torn apart.
Human race I curse thee
With all my blackened heart.

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