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Whalin' Rumbo

from Lawful Evil by The Dread Crew of Oddwood

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    At long last you can FEAST your ears and eyes upon a steamy poo (gold) splattered Lawful Evil 12” vinyl! Limited to just 300 copies, this version of the album was mixed by Aksu Hanttu (Korpiklaani, Shade Empire), and mastered for vinyl by Svante Forsbäck (Korpiklaani, Ensiferum, Amorphis, Turisas). The album cover, beautifully and accurately drawn by Mark Gibbons, looks better than ever before on this large format and each copy includes a poster of additional artwork by Xander Kent depicting each crew member.

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lyrics

My eyes cracked open just a titch my jaw and back ached like a bitch
My breath was foul and my head throbbed with pain.
As my eyes filtered in the light I found the crew in a similar plight
Now What the hell did we all drink last night?

About that time we realized that the strange floor on which we lied
Was rather sticky, warm and writhing up and down.
Then from the cavern up ahead crawled twenty crabs with thirty heads
And so we drew the few small arms that we had found.

With broken bottles, knives and axe we smashed those forty claws
and we surmised that we'd been swallowed through some cruel and massive jaws.
What awful fiend had taken us? A shark or archituethis?
And what the hell did we all do last night?

And then a piercing beam of light shone through a distant hole so bright
It was a blowhole! That's the thing that we must find!
To gain our freedom once again we had to reach the whale's head
But then the ground and walls they heaved and churned away.

Way yo
Whalin' rumbo
We reach the whale's blowhole or we tear the beast asundo
Way yo
Whalin' rumbo
With six Oddmen and five Oddbeards we'll fight into the sun'o

Our captor vessel must have felt the damage to those crabs we dealt
And thus it started twisting round and round
Then a massive flood of ambergris it poured out from the dark abyss
We thrust knives to the floor to hold our ground.

And then the monstrous water beast had second thoughts about its feast
And all the walls around our crew they pushed us through
We slipped and slid as we were passed not through the head but through the ass
And left to swim back to our ship amongst the poo.

Way yo
Whalin' rumbo
Not in the belly of the whale we were all in its asshole
Way yo
Whalin' rumbo
We thought that we would win the fight- instead we were all pass'do

Way yo
Whale Shit Gumbo
Not in the belly of the Whale we were all in its asshole
Way yo
Whalin’ Rumbo
We thought that we would win the day instead we were all pass'do

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from Lawful Evil, released March 25, 2016

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