So I got my copy of One Man Army today, which meant I could finally read the lyrics for Heathen Horde, and in particular the Faroese/Icelandic language part. Translated it reads as follows: A coward believes he will ever live If he keep him safe from strife But old age leaves him not long in peace Though spears may spare his life Look familiar? It should because it's almost identical to this part from Live Without Regrets off Amon Amarth's album Surtur Rising: A coward thinks he'll always live If he keeps himself from strife Old age leaves no rest and peace Though spears may spare his life What the heck Ensiferum??? Did they seriously just copy the lyrics? Or is it done in tribute to AA or something? (doubtful since it's not acknowledged in the credits of the album or anything). Or is it that AA didn't come up with this in the first place and this verse is some well known saying in scandinavia or something like that?