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Black moon


by Black Sabbath. Buy album CD: The Eternal Idol


Oh the devil is rising with the moon
He cries and my blood runs cold.
Oh no never was the darkness so black,
No light and nowhere to go.

My spirit is crying for a love
So tired of being alone.
I remember He came here to steal,
and You are His stealer of souls.

I see a Black Moon rising,
and it's calling out my name.
Oh it's calling my name.

I've been blinded, lost and confused,
darkness will call me no more.
Heaven is no friend of mine,
no god ever knocked on my door.

I see a Black Moon rising,
and it's calling out my name.
Oh it's calling my name.

I'm standing on the dark side of time
Reaching for the power of Her hand.
She's weaving an unholy light
And calls from Lucifer's land.

I see a Black Moon rising,
and it's calling out my name.
An angel of Hell is rising,
heaven's no friend of mine.

I see a Black Moon rising,
and it's calling out my name,
I see a Black Moon rising,
and it causes so much pain.

An angel of Hell is rising,
heaven's no friend of mine.
I see a Black Moon rising,
and it's calling out my name.

It's calling my name,
this spirit's crying for love.

Heaven's no friend of mine.



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Album: The Eternal Idol (1987) Lyrics
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  1. Black moon
  2. Some kind of woman
  3. The Shining
  4. Ancient warrior
  5. Hard life to love
  6. Glory ride
  7. Born to lose
  8. Nightmare
  9. Scarlet pimpernel
  10. Lost forever
  11. Eternal idol
  12. The shinning

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