Pegasus by George K. Robertson

Today, I want to share something a little different with you. Lyrics and poetry contain similar forms of creative writing, and (I can confirm) it can be extremely difficult to put a song together, especially if you are working alone or with minimal help from other people

Yet this is exactly what one of my friends, George K. Robertson, has done. His first demo track, which he expects to release on an EP titled Black Ice, can be heard below. George plays metal influenced by bands such as Iron Maiden, Queensryche and Dio.

Summer falls across the water
The morning mist not yet dispelled
The order comes to give no quarter
Our men not yet repelled

As we soar through clouds towards our foe
No sound will herald our flight
We’ll come down hard on the ground below
A comet with no light

We feel the pull
We hear the call
We feel the lurch
We start to fall!

Falling from the sky
Into the mouth of hell
Pegasus my guiding light
Please don’t sound my funeral bell

The armour that once shielded me
Now soon perhaps my tomb
It’s iron strength bound with our pride
Ourselves awaiting doom

We cannot hope to hold the air
We cannot hope to fly
We cannot think of love and prayer
We cannot wish to die

Falling from the sky
Into the mouth of hell
Pegasus my guiding light
Don’t sound my funeral bell

 

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