You Have Never Left Egypt
Foremost of noble ladies, our queen, has never left the rooms of hanging golden veils deeply loved by the man of her deepest royal desires, for the Amon, impregnated hasth the mother of the endless night. For we have never left the Egypt, we never left the Egypt, for the Hatshepsut, left, and the pharaoh, a promised land. We never left, although they told you, damnation stories of untruthful proportions, to shut your vision, and for many generations, to torture your trembling hearts with threats, and abuse, apart from defamation of your origins, to hide, to lie, and to neglect responsibilities they admitted, against the holy of the holies, an unholy threat, an unholy deed, of the unholy who they are. But Hatshepsut and the pharaoh? The seagulls can be our witness, they're coming back. You are, deeply, but unworthy. Pharaoh is coming home.
While looking for a song about the Queen of all times:
Queen Hatshepsut was one of the most enigmatic and interesting figures in ancient Egyptian history. She was the only woman to ever rule as "pharaoh" at a time when only males were allowed to hold that position. For this reason she is often depicted in carvings and drawings of the period wearing a beard or a man's clothing. She also had a secret love affair with an architect named Senmut, who designed many beautiful buildings in her day, including the dramatic Deir El-Bahari temple carved out of a jagged cliff in Thebes..
They lie, and have lied, and will continue lieing to you!
We never left Egypt.