Composer: Mary Evert 
Arranger, Piano and Vocalist: Sean Whiteman 
Lyrics: Michael Joseph Murano

El-Windiir's Song

 

To battle I leave my love, in sorrow unsurpassed

Our flag flies atop twelve hundred vessels mast

Proud ships set sail for seas of promised spoil

Yet war is a flowing river of blood, sweat and toil

My battle-filled travels will 'ever remain

The shortest road back to you, through blood toil and pain

 

My beloved, my sweet hope, my dear please understand

I fight for you, I fight for freedom, I fight for our land!

Alas, my heart cannot contain the beauty of your eyes

Where light shimmers and shines in the splendor of the skies

I am but a silent man before the raging sea

I leave to fight for you, for to stay is to flee

If only I could hide you in the silence of my heart

Safe from this raging madness that tears us apart

My beloved, my sweet hope, my dear please understand

I fight for you, I fight for freedom, I fight for our land!

 

Alone, I take my leave in sorrow unsurpassed

So do, remain my love, my shining love, my first and my last