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(Music and lyrics by King Diamond)
In the moonlight
I see children searching for their souls
In the moonlight, can you hear them howling on the wind
Night after night, I see them passing by
They whisper in my ear, іWe know you are thereІ
I see no eyes, I guess they must be blind
Wish that I could lead them to a better world than mine
Solo : La Rocque
In the moonlight, not a bird is singing lullabyes
In the moonlight, I hear a church bell ring it's evil song
Night after night, I see them passing by
They whisper in my ear, іWe know you are thereІ
I see no eyes, I guess they must be blind
Wish that I could lead them to a better world than mine
In the moonlight... In the moonlight...
Solos : Simonsen - La Rocque
Night after night, I see them passing by
Wish that I could lead them to a better world than mine
In the moonlight
I see children searching for their souls
In the moonlight
I hear screams of pain from a thousand years ago
Raven spread your wings, lead the spirits to their home
Raven spread your wings, lead the spirits to their home
In the moonlight... In the moonlight...



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