The last light of the moon (Olympos Mons)

She left her father's castle gate behind Her feet barely touching the ground Take me away This time I'll stay For good That's what she said I promise and swear To you Ahead were days of music, dance and wine We were painting visions more and more divine At the end of the day When the world turned to grey I sang The rain drummed on hard While invisible bells Still rang When the darkness eats the last Light of the moon We're two lovers at a secret rendezvous Darkness eats the last Light of the moon Lovers at a secret rendezvous Her father saddled up his fastest horse Searched the valley all over banging on doors Tell me the truth And I shall spare you He said That bastard will die, Before dawn they will hang Him dead When the darkness eats the last Light of the moon We're two lovers at a secret rendezvous Darkness eats the last Light of the moon Lovers at a secret rendezvous