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Dr. Frankenstein
With all the things you've brought to life
Tell me
Are you satisfied
Are you happy now

Dr. Frankenstein
There's innocence in every crime
Some in yours and some in mine but it shouldn't be allowed

'Cause it's not where you go when you die
It's how you live when you're alive
Who you touch and how you feel it

And it's not about the time that you have
It's how you cry and how you laugh
Who you love and how you mean it
And do you mean it

Dr. Frankenstein
To think you wasted all this time making monsters in your mind
Oh
No
No
Well I hope they made you proud

'Cause it's not where you go when you die
It's how you live when you're alive
Who you touch and how you feel it

And it's not about the time that you have
It's how you cry and how you laugh
Who you love and how you mean it
And do you mean it

Oh
Oh
Yeah
Oh

Well it's not where you go when you die
It's how you live when you're alive
Who you touch and how you feel it

And it's not about the time that you have
It's how you cry and how you laugh
Who you love and how you mean it

It's not where you go when you die
It's how you live when you're alive
Who you touch and how you feel it

And it's not about the time that you have
It's how you cry and how you laugh
Who you love and how you mean it
And do you mean it



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