Who Sang The End of Days? Gregorian

Gregorian Masters of Chant, Chapter IV cover art
Release information
Release Date: 2003-10-6
Genre: Electronic Classical
Style: New Age/Vocal
length: 4:12
Our vulgar pleasures are laid bare
Our gods grow weak and disappear
Our vivid nights our silent days
Relinquished to a wintery haze

The emblems of our toil lie still
Abandoned to the misty air
The dusty silence where we stood
Our empty s___e given back to earth

Don't forget about us
Our living was not in vain

Now that the night has fallen
Now that the spirit sleeps
If time is to end
We stand alone and unprotected then
Will we praise
This is the end of our days

Are heathen temples laid to rest
Our glory fades to emptiness
What once was bright returns to sand
Our complex lifes to barren land

Don't forget about us
Our living was not in vain

Now that the night has fallen
Now that the spirit sleeps
If time is to end
We stand alone and unprotected then
Will we praise
This is the end of our days

Tracklist
CD 1
  • 1 The Gift
  • 2 Bridge Over Troubled Water
  • 3 With or Without You
  • 4 Maid of Orleans
  • 5 Angels
  • 6 Evening Falls
  • 7 I'll Find My Way Home
  • 8 Imagine
  • 9 For No One
  • 10 Hide and Seek
  • 11 World
  • 12 High Hopes
  • 13 Clocks
  • 14 The End of Days
  • 15 Heaven Is a Place on Earth