The End Of Infinity

The brave vikings of Valhalla went out ridin'on the wind
and Eric, the one-eyed chief of the posse, asked his horse for a peppermint
"Who the underworld do you think you are?" was all the stallion had to say,
"I don't get payed and I don't get layed and I'm tired of the games you play!"
I'm sure – we'll meet again – don't know where – don't know when.
You warriors of yesterday should start to think and learn.
The times have changed – you're dead for ages – and now this ain't your turn.

It's a long way home from the end of infinity
– on the run forever
from the burning of Rome to the sands of trinity
– someday we'll come together
at the end of infinity

In the ruins of Abu Simbel the Pharao's ghost appeared
– he gathered his fellow ghosts around `cause life as a ghost is sometimes weird.
"I'm a traveller through space and time, you know, actually from the 21st century.
And now I ride back to where I lost my love on this horse of destiny!
From my window I could see the highway – watchin' the trucks passin' by
– remember us standin' in the rain – remember the rose – before the river Nile made me live to die!
I'm sure we'll meet again – don't now where – don't know when.
Someday I'll be knocking at your door, you'll see,
and I hope you'll still be in love with me.

It's a long way home from the end of infinity...

It's a long way home from the end of infinity...