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Mr. Kirks Nightmare lyrics

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4Hero – Mr. Kirks Nightmare lyrics

Mr Kirk
Yes
Do you have a son named Robert, Robert Kirk aged 17,
Yes,
I'm sorry Mr Kirk,
You better come down to the station house,
Your son is dead,
Dead, h-h-h-how
He died of an overdose
Come down to the station house x3
Your son is dead

Mr Kirk
Yes
Your son is dead!

Mr Kirk
Yes
Your son is dead!

Come down to the station house x3
Your son is dead
X3

Mr Kirk
Yes
Do you have a son named Robert, Robert Kirk aged 17,
Yes,
I'm sorry Mr Kirk,
You better come down to the station house,
Your son is dead,
Dead,

Mr Kirk
Yes
Do you have a son named Robert, Robert Kirk aged 17,
Yes,
I'm sorry Mr Kirk,
You better come down to the station house,
Your son is dead,
Dead, h-h-h-how
He died of an overdose
Come down to the station house x3
Your son is dead

Come down to the station house x4

Mr Kirk
Yes
Do you have a son named Robert, Robert Kirk aged 17,
Yes,
I'm sorry Mr Kirk,
You better come down to the station house,
Your son is dead,
Dead, h-h-h-how
He died of an overdose



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