Epitaph» es la tercera canción del álbum de 1969 In the Court of the Crimson King de la banda británica de rock progresivo, King Crimson. Fue compuesta por Robert Fripp , Ian McDonald , Greg Lake , y Michael Giles con letra escrita por Peter Sinfield.
7 de may. de 2020 · Watch the official video of King Crimson's song Epitaph, from their 1969 album In the Court of the Crimson King. Learn more about the band, the album and the song on the video description and the links provided.
Yes I fear tomorrow I'll be crying Between the iron gates of fate The seeds of time were sown And watered by the deeds of those Who know and who are known Knowledges are a deadly friend If no one sets the rules The fate of all mankind I see Is in the hands of fools The wall on which the prophets wrote Is cracking at the seams
Epitaph is a song by King Crimson from their 1969 album In the Court of the Crimson King. It is a protest against the Cold War and the lyrics have a dystopian feel. The song title was also used for a live album and a music label.
17 de dic. de 2020 · EPITAPH including MARCH FOR NO REASON and TOMORROW AND TOMORROW (Fripp, Lake, McDonald, Giles, Sinfield) The wall on which the prophets wrote Is cracking at the seams.
Epitaph is a song from King Crimson's 1969 debut album, In the Court of the Crimson King, with lyrics by Peter Sinfield and Greg Lake. The song explores themes of confusion, death, and the meaning of life in a dystopian context. It features heavy use of mellotron and Greg Lake's emotional vocals.