Dance of Malevolence

Morgoth’s forces are akin to iron,
we cannot be bent nor broken.
But I think our Lord fought the War in vain.
We would have won if it were not the Light’s warriors coming to us like rain.

Nothing helped us, not threats nor death,
Not the Werewolves’ fangs, not the Dragons’ breath.
My tactics were the ones I preferred,
If he listened to me, massive numbers of us would have not suffered.

Morgoth! Morgoth! Morgoth! Morgoth!

Love is the Valar’s essence and their waltz,
but I am not blaming you, no.
It is not your fault.
But soon, our flags will be in the sky,
Middle Earth will see it soar!

(Orc 1)
We all started weak thus we failed,
but with our new Lord, we will prevail.

(Orc 2)
Despite their victory, our numbers still grow,
there is no reason to turn our tears of joy to tears of woe.

Lord Sauron’s wisdom will provide great staff,
Ho! We will have the last laugh!

We must be patient, we must be wise.
We got to keep our eyes on the prize.
Our foes shine bright like Arien the Sun,
Manwë, the brother of our Lord, is worshipped by everyone.

Sauron! Sauron! Sauron! Sauron!

Tell us. O, tell us, Master, what is it that we need?
What is it that you decree?
What must be dealt with before this tale ends?
Our ears are yours, awaiting for whatever to be said.

We may no longer have Dragons,
even Smaug has gone.
He was full of pride and prejudice yet not enough,
He needed to be tough!

Smaug was a fool yet that fool will be forgiven if he asks,
Never you mind him, I will give you tasks!
If you listen, we could win.
Do this for your kin.

I’ll take an Elf, I’ll take a different form,
as I befriend them, prepare your swarm.
They will never know it was the new Dark Lord walking amongst them,
they will be caught off-guard, oh! Their faces will be more priceless than gems.

We, the lowly Orcs, have faith in our Lord,
he never left our side, he’ll keep his word.
His legacy will be more valuable than a golden hoard.
Together with his leadership, we’ll cut sharper than a sword.

Sauron! Sauron! Sauron! Sauron!

I can hear your strong,
it lifts my black heart to know you’re strong.
Take your Wargs, prepare for flight.
Get ready for a large bite.

Now rise and sing my name,
Middle Earth will never be the same.
Our triumph is coming soon,
We will recreate the world along the Sun and Moon.

No more hiding, no more cowering.
We will be riding free.
Elves and Men will look up and see
a mighty legion of Orcs and Dark consuming the whole word!

Victory for all our kin!
Over good, we all shall win!
We can’t fight fair, no, we can’t fight fair.
They will hear our voice and soon we’ll poison their air.
We’ll be everywhere.

Make haste and we’ll proceed,
that’s what your Lord has decreed.

  • Tolkien:By the end of the Third Age, Sauron's physical power is so diminished that his presence is confined to the tower of Barad-Dur. However, he is still immensely powerful in his ability to watch and predict the movements of his enemies, and his understanding extends so far that he could metaphorically be referred to as a Great Eye, constantly watching and planning his next move. And because his gaze is so piercing, it is sometimes likened to fire.
  • Peter Jackson:Okay but...hear me out...what if Sauron was literally....a Great Eye.
  • Tolkien:What.
  • Peter Jackson:What if he was literally a giant eyeball on the top of Barad-Dur.
  • Tolkien:That's not quite what I inten-
Nazgul Giving Sauron Their Report After Getting Drowned in The River Bruinen.
  • Nazgul:So, we made a couple of small mistakes.
  • Sauron:You stabbed pillows thinking they were hobbits.
  • Nazgul:Okay then Lord Perfect, medium sized mistakes.

“Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,
Seven for the Dwarf-lords in halls of stone,
Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,
One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne
In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.
One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them
In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.”
― J.R.R. Tolkien, The Lord of the Rings