February
A Shape from a Shadow
Come the Harvest
A Seaman Returning
The Mermaid
A Villains Discourse
Ten Years Gone
The Governess
Napoleon
To New Amsterdam
Apollonia

Napoleon

Artwork by: 
Thomas Mitchell

God gave me greatness; I shine like the sun, The name of Napoleon burns on your tongue, And nations will crumble by my hand alone, Savage and simple; I bite from the bone.

Battle is upon us, Qui vivra verra, A nation at war for Monsieur Bonaparte, And we’ll take no prisoners, and I’ll take no prisoners, All those still living; God won’t be forgiving us.

Artillery, bring me the blood of my enemies, Cavalry, show me the meaning of victory.

Artillery, how could you lay down so easily? Cavalry, you are the cancer that’s killing me.

When all have fallen, do you see me raise my hands? I stand before you like a man, I stand before you like a man who’s lost it all cause he’s given all he can. When all have fallen, do you see me raise my hands? I stand before you like a man. Like a man.