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Bruce Dickinson-1.Silver Wings(Sweden Rock Festival 2002)

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Published on 17 Sep 2008

Bruce Dickinson - Sweden Rock Festival, Havsbadet, Norje, Sweden, June 8, 2002, during the ''Air Raid European Tour'' 2002.

Silver Wings (Dickinson, Roy Z)

Vocals-Bruce Dickinson (current in Iron Maiden)
Bass guitar-Chris Dale(current in TANK)
Guitar-Alex Dickson (ex Gun,Robbie Williams Band)
Guitar-Pete Friesen(ex Alice Cooper's band,The Almighty)
Drums-Robin Guy(ex Rachel Stamp,Rag Dolls)

[Lyrics]

Sound of Merlins fired up and their spoiling for the fight
1000 bombers ready, it's the target for tonight
Deeper into Germany, but we all know the score
I know that I'm not coming back like those that did before

Now the flare gun fires and we get the go
Say goodbye to the earth below

Tonight, on silver wings
I am soaring through the mountains of the moon
on silver wings
Flying where no angels fly

I have brought these engines to the very jaws of hell
Metal hearts are beating through this hail of shot and shell
Terror from the skies where the angels fear to tread
Nothing in my eyes, I am the living dead

Now the searchlight blinding us with its light
Can't shake this one off tonight

Tonight, on silver wings
I am soaring through the mountains of the moon
on silver wings
Flying where no angels fly

The sky is bleeding gasoline and fuel is running low
Tanks are blown to pieces soon the wing is going to go
All the crew have bailed out over Essen long ago
But every night since 45 this bomber boy has stayed alive

I can't believe she's still in the sky
Me and my Merlins fly

Tonight, on silver wings
I am soaring through the mountains of the moon
on silver wings
Flying where no angels fly

on silver wings
I am soaring through the mountains of the moon
on silver wings
I can touch the face of God
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''Silver Wings'' is a song from Bruce Dickinson's solo compilation, The Best of Bruce Dickinson, also was included on the first Single from The Best Of Bruce Dickinson, ''Broken''.Both were released in 2001.

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