The Curse of Saint Natalis

from Witch Tree Prophets by Stone Breath

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lyrics

I bear the saint’s curse,
The burden of my clan.
I wear the beast skin
And gave up the form of man.
I gave up the form of man.

I walk the high hills
And forest so deep.
O hear my howling.
I mourn while other men sleep.
I mourn while other men sleep.

And may I sip the wine
As I did drink the blood?
And may I break the bread
As i broke flesh?

For seven long years
In this wolf pelt to roam;
Cast like a leper
All from my family and home.
Torn from my family home.

And no one remembers
What sin so grave;
What oath was broken
That leaves me to wander this way.
O why must I wander this way?

And may I sip the wine
As I did drink the blood?
And may I break the bread
As I broke flesh?

My teeth are red from
The blood of my prey,
But let my tongue taste
The wine of salvation today;
The blood of my savior today.

Or must i bleed
From briar and thorn
As i have bled
Each night in this blighted wolf form.
Each night in this blighted wolf form.

And may I sip the wine
As I did drink the blood?
And may I break the bread
For to break the curse?

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from Witch Tree Prophets, released August 11, 2017

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Stone Breath is not new. It is cracked. Broken. Imperfect. Hidden. Weathered by the seasons.

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