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And I was possessed by a landlady named jackie
For 18 months she did nothing but attack me
It took it's toll on relationships abound
Until I hung her soul in natures lost and found
When I was dead I was dead I was dead
Couldnt move my head move my head move my head
Is she still there yes she said yes she said
The regency tavern has cost me my bed



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  • alexthomasdavis
    alexthomasdavisMar 5, 2014 at 2:31 pm
    So this song is about when I lived above a haunted pub in Brighton. I actually have a book with all the meanings to my songs in, and I did a censored version and uncensored version. This song made it into the censored version! Read the lyrics if you are interested.

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