Lost Patrol (4:52)

Cover of The Crossing

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We lay the night in anguish, snakes drawn out by the tide
The compass of decision falls always on one side
But many went before us and still the cries are clear
There is no beauty here, just the stench of wine and beer

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  • sl8221958

    But where is the studio one? [2] LFM seems to have a lot of live versions of songs with crowd sounds of adoration and ecstasy that just go beyond having fun and into near worship. (i.e. - I'm enjoying it, too, but please stop drooling and crying in my ear.)

    22 Oct 2013 Reply
  • valplayer

    tres bon titre

    18 Mar 2012 Reply
  • wackersska

    yea they were good .....stu

    16 Mar 2012 Reply
  • torxbit

    Noticed this great and awesome band too late....I´m sad, that I never saw them live...

    30 Oct 2010 Reply
  • tomcavill

    Anyone care to offer their thoughts on a meaning for this track? I always see it as some kind of viking / old world rampage through a town / village.

    1 Feb 2010 Reply
  • pmdf

    There is no beauty here, just the stench of wine and beer, We save no souls, we break no promises...

    5 Jul 2009 Reply
  • ibaniban

    But where is the studio one?

    16 Jan 2009 Reply
  • uvox

    GREAT LIVE VERSION !!!

    28 Jul 2008 Reply

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