The Golden Apple

Dogs & Freaks

Lyrics by Michael Crook, Guy Hepworth & Diane Watson
Melody by Michael Crook

There are men that live and love the land
They venture forest, field and sand
Their tails and tongues wag in the taverns
But they fall silent in the presence

Unshaven crewmen tell their tale
Unchartered waters they have sailed
They have no fear of the great white whale
Through gales of chaos they have bailed

CHORUS
They’re the dogs and the freaks
Who command the good ship Discordia 
Ride the seas; fear the storms
To the edge of the world, of the world

They steer their ship by the starry night
To roam the seas that is their plight
They fight to steal their greatest treasure
To give them riches and buy pleasure

One day they’ll go home to their land
And take their loved ones by the hand
They’ll sing their children songs of war
And dream to be at sea once more

CHORUS

Upon the seas and on the land
Against the freaks no one can stand X4

They’re the dogs and the freaks
Hail Eris, all hail Discordia
Ride the seas fear the storms
To the edge of the world, of the world