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The Dark Streets of Frostborough is a poem/song written by King Triskelle about Frostborough in the late 1800's. The meaning is unknown, but it is commonly assumed that it is about Darktan\Theongal, Melkor, Opacus, and their followers in the city, who would only cme out at night. It has a dark, mysterious feel to it, and is usually played as a Hallowe'een party song in Freezeland.

Lyrics[]

At night they would go waddling ;till the breaking of the day,

The daylight is for sleeping;

Through the dark streets they go searching to see life in their own way,

Save the nighttime for your creeping;

Your creeping;


Chanting lalalalaley;

And the night over the city Lay;


So we rode down to the river where the toiling ghosts spring,

For their curses to be broken;

We'd go underneath the arches where the witches are in the saying,

There are ghost towns in the ocean;

The ocean;


Chanting lalalalaley;

And the night over the city Lay;


They are in the houses and they are in my head; and all the Dark Streets of the Borough;

I see them come in my garden, but I don't know what they said,

For my heart it wasn't open;

Not open;


Chanting lalalalaley;

And the night over the city Lay;



Chanting lalalalaley;

There's no light in the Borough today;

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