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Stormbound is an easter egg song for the Zombies map Ancient Evil, written by Kevin Sherwood, and sung by Clark S. Nova.


Fear and fire await you
content on the shore and more
still ride through calming water
just to end up stranded by the

days locked in night
confined in time the night brings

white wings
come shimmering down
a thundering crown
of lightning sound
shimmering crown

thundering down

Grin of a fallen angel
disolve through the floor 
and more still try to

to cross this river
flowing while not
knowing that there's

no way out
and no way in
no day or night
the white wings will

bring us home
in shimmering down
and wondering how
we might be

how might we be found

under the ground
no light or sound
in river drown

by storm be
be bound

by river and the storm
be bound

wintering and the withering of the fall
within everything is the tethering of us all

whether weathering
of the bettering
of the better ring
is a fettering

and surrendering 
to the severing and tie
call from white wings 


Fear in the morning
is a nightfall and a warning
and the lure of adorning
means forever as a 
statue of who

tried to see
endless odyseey
shadow progeny
poison prophecy concealed

Fear and fire await all
all hoping to see an
open doorway
into the daylight
our fate is a boatman after

all the roads before us 
lead to a way that ends up

away from
where we become
the way we were
before it had us

days locked in the night
within our minds will time bring

white wings
when crumbling down
in a thundering sound
we'll cry out 

If we fall
with no one around
will we still make a sound
or just die

worn down and
stormbound and
wondering how we'll
ever be found

its thundering down
with deafening sound
with the darkness surrounding let
bright wings of lightning 

Down in to the ground
no light is found
in river drown
by storm be bound
be bound
by river and the storm
be bound