Hymn of Erin (Ignitor)

In the crimson dawn, we wake to greet the final day Soon our emerald fields will run with blood, echo with pain We defend our shores, in the face of unfair odds Giving honor with our deaths to the ancient gods Will your eyes be the last thing I see? Morrigan, bring us to glory! Rise! Against the tide! Man and bride, proud warriors so bright Fight for the Isle And your smile will follow me through death Together with our mothers, Sisters, husbands, fathers, brothers, sons We go into battle as one Behind twin bronze shields we shed our blood upon our rings of gold Our motal lives fading to ghosts of old Will your eyes be the last thing I see? Morrigan, bring us to glory! Rise! Against the tide! Man and bride, proud warriors so bright Fight for the Isle And your smile will follow me through death This dire morn We soaked the ground a bloody red Fianna born Fionn mac Cumhail, lead us all The ancient Irish dead Will your eyes be the last thing I see? Morrigan, bring us to glory! Rise! Against the tide! Man and bride, proud warriors so bright Fight for the Isle And your smile will follow me through death