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I got these done a few months after Long Live came out. I remember asking myself, “What happens if they break up?” Because afterall, all beautiful things come to an end. It was then that I realized that “Long Live” meant much more than me. Much more than an album or a band, much more than all of us. It was a statement, a rock in a path, a placemark in history, so all who choose to come down this path will surely see, know and learn of The Chariot and their journey and what it means to Live Long for who you are. Long Live: The King.

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THIS SONG.