Skip to comments.The Warrior Song - Leviathan
Posted on 04/20/2017 8:08:40 PM PDT by Utilizer
Published on Feb 7, 2013
To the United States Navy, with our thanks. Visit us at http://www.thewarriorsong.com or on iTunes
Joey Kar - Guitars, Bass, Vocals Eric Somers-Urrea - Drums Elijah "Crow" Figures - Vocals James "Gunny" DeVito - Vocals Sean Householder - Vocals, Production
The eagle born by freedom won, yet held in precarious station, set upon defense and steeled his will to guard and protect his new nation. So he resolved, defiant of all who would challenge his right to be free, with a "swift-sailing vessel and ten carriage guns" to hunt the world's oceans and seas. Born to go into harm's way, come all! Ye hell or high waters be damned! No lightning, no thunder nor hurricane gale can stand in the face of his wrath. Be he beneath his enemy's feet or by cloud where their gaze can not go, when Leviathan rise, every last man shall shake to the core of his soul.
Now, fear the deep and the teeth of a killing machine with a need to bleed you, anywhere you be, best believe, I'm in the zone to be, from my Yin to my Yang to my Yang Tze put a grin on my chin, come to me, 'cuz I'll win, I'm one-of-a-kind and I'll bring death to the place you're about to be: another river of blood runnin' under my feet forged in a fire lit long ago stand next to me, you'll never stand alone I'm last to leave, but the first to go, Lord, "under weigh" is the only "way" I know I'll feed on the fear of the devil inside of the enemy faces in my sights aim with the hand, shoot with the mind, kill with a heart like arctic ice
I am Leviathan, and "death" is my call. I am a warrior and this is my song
I bask in the glow of the rising war, lay waste to the ground of the enemy shore wade through the blood spilled on the floor, if another one moves, I'll kill 'em some more Bullet in the breech and the fire in me, like a cigarette thrown to gasoline if death don't bring you fear then death ain't comin' from the deep. Come to the nightmare, come to me, way down in the dark where the devil be in the maw with the jaws and the razor teeth where the brimstone burns and the angel weeps call to the gods when I cross your path, and my silhouette hangs in the aftermath: hope is a moment now long past, the shadow of death is the one I cast.
I am Leviathan, and "death" is my call, I am a warrior and this is my song my breath is fire and my eyes are the dawn, I am a warrior and this is my song
now I live lean and I mean to inflict the grief, and the least of me's still outta your reach the killing machine's gonna do the deed, untill the river runs dry and my last breath leaves chin in the air with a head held high I'll stand in the path of the enemy line feel no fear, know my pride: for God and Country I'll end your life
I am Leviathan, and "death" is my call, I am a warrior and this is my song my breath is fire and my eyes are the dawn, I am a warrior and this is my song we build, we fight, the end: you die. Move on...I am a warrior and this is my song you can run, but you won't hide long, I am a warrior and this is my song
8 yrs Active
2 yrs Reserve
This vid brought about so many memories. Hope all you other vets out there appreciate it as much as I did.
Other links (just a few...)
The Warrior Song: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lTs6a0ORdQU
The Warrior Song - Hard Corps: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sam4lq2WHos
The Warrior Song - Aer Vis: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5q_-VR3SF5E
And finally, since I was NavAir: US Navy Tribute - Hell Yeah: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ud-at_mpGSU
And for all the rest of you who sacrificed so much for their country: The Warrior Song...
Crikey. Sorry about that -Double Post!
What I get for posting too quickly it seems...
Still, good tune. :O)
4 years active Army Airborne, 2 inactive reserve. ALL THE WAY!
Seems you are tied for the first vid or the third, depending.
Why don’t you watch them both and tell Me which you like better.
For Me, “Leviathon” struck closest to home because I was NavAir, but I knew many more brothers that were ground-pounders and I can relate most noticeably because of that.
Well, and some Marines as well, but mostly AirWing for the Ops I was involved with, and MarDet was rather more of the grubby not-that-pointed-a-pencil lot, if you know what I mean... :)
No offence to all the helpful Marines out there, of course. :)
Naw, my Dad was NavAir. Flew over Korea and Vietnam. That man is still my biggest hero.
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