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It was foretold that King Latinus and his people would be conquered if he did not marry his daughter to a non-foreigner. Aeneas, having lost his first wife during the sack of Troy, is seen by Latinus as that foreigner.

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Oh how fates arrange, my good fortune has started to show.
A whisper on a breeze, a soaring eagle in this time of need
Do you ever wish that solutions show up at your door?
Offering that promise of peace and an avoidance to war

Is this a story that can ever be told?
Trojan sandals pass underneath my threshold

There’s another way, these men and their blood will raise our names straight up to the stars
Didn’t know it at first now I know who they are.
They’re the sons of Dardanus , thought lost like Atlantis
In a tidal wave! Tidal wave!

Take what you will it doesn’t matter at all, take what you need
Oh how fates arrange, seamlessly, it doesn’t matter at all, take what you need.
So what are you waiting for?
Take my swiftest horses and ride, straight for the Tiber tonight

And tell Aeneas that he needs to be seen,
Trojan princes need not hide from Latin kings.

There’s another way, these men and their blood shall take our names straight up to the stars
Didn’t know it at first now I know who they are.
They’re the sons of Dardanus, thought lost like Atlantis
In a tidal wave! Tidal wave!

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from Portents + Prophecies, released January 22, 2016

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Punk rock/progressive ska band from Ft. Worth/Arlington, Texas.

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