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Bury the Light

Pharaoh

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1
Leave Me Here to Dream
00:04:54

Pharaoh, MainArtist - Christopher Weston Maycock, Composer, Writer - Matthew Wayne Johnsen, Composer - Timothy Lee Aymar, Composer

© 2012 Pharaoh ℗ 2012 Pharaoh

2
The Wolves
00:04:51

Pharaoh, MainArtist - Matthew Wayne Johnsen, Composer, Writer - Christopher Kerns, Composer

© 2012 Pharaoh ℗ 2012 Pharaoh

3
Castles in the Sky
00:05:02

Pharaoh, MainArtist - Matthew Wayne Johnsen, Composer - Timothy Lee Aymar, Composer, Writer

© 2012 Pharaoh ℗ 2012 Pharaoh

4
The Year of the Blizzard
00:07:44

Pharaoh, MainArtist - Christopher Weston Maycock, Composer, Writer

© 2012 Pharaoh ℗ 2012 Pharaoh

5
The Spider's Thread
00:04:03

Pharaoh, MainArtist - Matthew Wayne Johnsen, Composer, Writer - Timothy Lee Aymar, Composer

© 2012 Pharaoh ℗ 2012 Pharaoh

6
Cry
00:04:22

Pharaoh, MainArtist - Christopher Weston Maycock, Writer - Matthew Wayne Johnsen, Composer - Timothy Lee Aymar, Composer - Christopher Kerns, Composer

© 2012 Pharaoh ℗ 2012 Pharaoh

7
Graveyard of Empires
00:06:42

Pharaoh, MainArtist - Matthew Wayne Johnsen, Composer, Writer

© 2012 Pharaoh ℗ 2012 Pharaoh

8
Burn with Me
00:04:00

Pharaoh, MainArtist - Christopher Weston Maycock, Composer, Writer - Matthew Wayne Johnsen, Composer

© 2012 Pharaoh ℗ 2012 Pharaoh

9
In Your Hands
00:05:07

Pharaoh, MainArtist - Christopher Weston Maycock, Composer, Writer - Matthew Wayne Johnsen, Composer

© 2012 Pharaoh ℗ 2012 Pharaoh

10
The Spider's Thread (Reprise)
00:01:34

Pharaoh, MainArtist - Matthew Wayne Johnsen, Composer

© 2012 Pharaoh ℗ 2012 Pharaoh

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