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Mirror, mirror on the wall
Tell me who is the fairest of them all?
A girl who sings in a far away place called England

What's her name?
Annabella Lwin
Annabella Lwin
Oh god, oh god
Mirror, mirror on the wall
Tell me who is the darkest of them all?
An angel who is cast out of paradise and discovered hell
What's it's name?
The Prince of Darkness
Oh bad, bad
Sinner, sinner, sinner, whoa
Sinner, sinner, sinner, whoa
Said, sinner, sinner, sinner, whoa (Annabella Lwin, their funeral)
Sinner, sinner, sinner, whoa, whoa (Annabella Lwin)

Annabella, Annabella, Annabella Lwin you are so dark, so dark as sin
So open the door and let satan in, for the Prince of Darkness, you are sin
Prince, Prince of Darkness, [???] he's become a friend of mine, message you, come down my spine?
Prince, oh Prince of Darkness

Sinner, sinner, sinner, whoa
Sinner, sinner, sinner, whoa
Sinner, sinner, sinner, whoa (Open up Annabella Lwin I am the Prince of Darkness)
Sinner, sinner, sinner, whoa, whoa (Open the door to let Satan in, I plead my power)

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