Prussian Blue ❀〈Victory Day〉 🎶

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Victory Day is a song sung by a band of beautiful twin girls Prussian Blue for their blonde superiority.

Lynx Gaede and Lamb Gaede
Fraternal twin Lamb Gaede (left) and Lynx Gaede (b1992). Note the cute Der Führer smilies on their shirts.
“Prussian Blue ❀〈Victory Day〉”

Victory Day lyrics:

Well sit down and listen, to what I have to say.
Soon will come a great war, a bloody but holy day.
And after that purging our people will be free,
and sing up in the bright skies, a sun for all to see …

Times are very tough now for a proud White man to live.
And although it may appear that this world has no life to give.
Times are soon changing, this can't go on or long.
And on that joyful summer's day we'll sing our Victory song …

The women, they'll smile, on Victory Day.
And the children, they'll laugh and they'll sing and they'll play.
And the forests will echo our grace,
for the brand new dawn of our Race …

You are my brother and in war we proudly sing.
Our Cause shall never tire.
Our gift to you we bring:
A holy creed of Racial purpose, A mighty Race to defend.
And when we fly our holy flag Their oppressive reign shall end …

And when we finally conquer, our people will be free.
And all across this great land, the bold Truth we shall see.
So as we march together, to avoid catastrophe,
let's remember always our sacred Destiny …

Although i very much like to praise this extremely cute pair of twin girls, and i salute their courageous song for their blood-line, but i must say that these girls do not seem to sing very well. The articulation is unclear. I couldn't make out what they were singing before i actually read the lyrics. And, their voice quality, and duet synchronization seems to be off too. (after all, they are only 13) When the first time i heard this song from this music video, i thought it's a amateur video of some kid girls, not realizing that they are “professionals” with CD releases with record companies, nor their nature.

For a 2007 documentary on their daily life, see: Prussian Blue Documentary.

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