Satan's Sibling

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Graveyard queen (lyrics) Unfinished.

Lost my baby on a moonless night.
Our dreams were shattered by our teenage lives.
Her severed head sitting on my knee.
The words she spoke now haunted me.

I love you baby, I've been thinking all night,
Your arms around me and a bed, satin white.
I want to give it all to you, Show my love is really true,
Timing's right, my cherry's ripe.

In the morgue my baby lying naked, no distress,
Her wholesome body's white,
And take me from this place.
To my only girl, far from stolen worlds,
To the Graveyard she became.

Oh, my graveyard queen,
She cold and mighty lean,
She's got that morbid sheen,
Yes, she's my graveyard queen.
My baby,
Is a graveyard queen.

To my only girl, far from stolen worlds,
To the Graveyard she became.

Submitted: Wednesday, March 12, 2008
Edited: Monday, March 24, 2008

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