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You can't see the demons
'Till the demons come calling for you
You're deaf to them screaming
'Till they're standing right behind you
Blind to flames glowing
'Till they're growing all around you
Numb to fangs gripping
Until they're ripping into you

Your miles from safe harbor
Run, run, run, run, run away
The fire has reached (the) starboard

On the Queen Anne's Revenge
Skull and bones and a serpent's head
Are dancing with the madmen
On the Queen Anne's Revenge
Have a gargle with your demons and me

Walked the plank of S. S. Seasick
Survived to only continue the curse
Marooned on a small sandy island
With neither bird, beast or herb
Drums started beating
None there but the sun and the flu
And the horns of the demon
No time to decide what to do

You have to do things your own way
Run, run, run, run, run away
You'll have to find out the hard way

On the Queen Anne's Revenge
Skull and bones and a serpent's head
Are dancing with the madmen
On the Queen Anne's Revenge
Have a gargle with your demons and me

Drums started beating
None there but the sun and the flu
You can't see the demons
Until the demons are calling for you

On the Queen Anne's Revenge
Skull and bones and a serpent's head
Are dancing with the madmen
On the Queen Anne's Revenge
Have a gargle with your demons and me



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