Procol Harum - Conquistador lyrics . the song is "Conquistador" by Procol Harum here are the lyrics, what do they mean? Procol Harum lyrics - 124 song lyrics sorted by album, including "A Whiter Shade Of Pale", "Conquistador". And in your death mask face. Conquistador by Procol Harum. Conquistador your stallion stands in need of company. You reek of purity. Original lyrics of Conquistador song by Procol Harum. Conquistador your stallion stands in need of company And like some angel's haloed brow You reek of purity I see your armor plated breast Has long since lost its sheen And in your death mask face There are no signs which can be seen Explore 1 meaning or write yours. Comment and share your favourite lyrics. Procol Harum's lyricist Keith Reid told us the story behind this song: "Gary Brooker and I, before we formed Procol Harum, when we were just working together as songwriters and getting into it, we had this regular deal where he lived about 40 miles from London near the ocean, and I'd jump on a train once a week and go visit him. Procol Harum Fans Also Like: Randy Travis song meanings Simon & Garfunkel song meanings Bob Dylan song meanings Annie Lennox song meanings Submit Your Interpretation And like some angel's haloed brow. Artist: Procol Harum. I see your armor plated breast. Find more of Procol Harum lyrics. We have 5 albums and 161 song lyrics in our database. Conquistador This song is by Procol Harum and appears… on the album Procol Harum (1967), on the album The Long Goodbye - Symphonic Music Of Procol Harum (1996), on the Compilation box-set Singles A's And B's (2003) Watch official video, print or download text in PDF. There are no signs which can be seen. View Procol Harum song lyrics by popularity along with songs featured in, albums, videos and song meanings. Conquistador Lyrics. Has long since lost its sheen. "Conquistador" is a song by the British psychedelic rock band Procol Harum. Lyrics to "Conquistador" by PROCOL HARUM: Conquistador your stallion stands / in need of company / and like some angel's haloed brow / you reek of purity / I see your armour-plated breast / has long since lost its sheen / and in your death mask face / there are no signs which can be seen / … Appearing with Procol Harum was the newly formed group the Eagles, and at the time their debut Top 100 record, "Take It Easy", was at #17 on the chart.

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