Sabaton – Sparta

Sparta

Many, many years ago, when Persia came ashore
Heeding Leonidas' call, the Spartans went to war

Joined by their brothers, a few against the fateful horde
Hellenic hearts are set aflame,
The hot gate calls their name

A final stand, stop the Persians, spear in hand
Form a wall, live to fall, and live Forever

Sparta! Hellas!
Then, and again, sing of three hundred men!
Slaughter! Persians!
Glory and death, Spartans will never surrender!

Morning has broken, today they're fighting in the shade
When arrows blocked the sun, they fell,
Tonight they dine in Hell

By traitor's hand, secret passage to their Land
Know his name, know his shame will last forever

Sparta! Hellas!
Then, and again, sing of three hundred men!
Slaughter! Persians!
Glory and death, Spartans will never surrender!

Sparta! Hellas!
Then, and again, sing of three hundred men!
Slaughter! Persians!
Glory and death, Spartans will never surrender!
Track "Sparta" covers the album "The Last Stand", the sound of the composition perfectly fits into the general direction of the group Sabaton. The song tells about the bravery of the Spartans, who under the leadership of King Leonid I led an unequal battle against the Persians in 480 BC. Eventually, this event began to be called - the Thermopyla battle. The lyrics clearly traces the chronological history of the fate of brave warriors, and the refrain, performed in the bright style of the group, is remembered by bellicose screams and brutal melody. Unfortunately, the clip of this inspirational song never came to light, there are only slicing words and different stylistic images.


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