The oath of brotherhood we took;
The promise to fight and die by each other;
To drink together as brothers will;
The promise of always and forever.
Then came a maiden so fair;
Love and lust revealed in flesh;
The devil’s agenda she brought with her;
To throw in shambles the promise of always and forever.
The same blood now course through our veins;
My love for you gave up the maiden;
My lust for her fueled my betrayal;
I took her away from you;
Treachery seemed easy – all for a maiden so fair.
We were blood brothers.
Then came the Great War;
Together once more we went into the fray;
The heated battle led us behind enemy lines;
When I saw in your eyes – the fire of vengeance.
We always had each other’s backs;
Till the dark day when you struck me;
Revenge seemed easy – all for a maiden so fair.
Twas not by blood, nor yet by blade;
But by love…and lust.