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Fly through the glass of a window pane
Fall through the sky feeling the rain
Walk on broken glass your tell-tale heart

Look through the bars of a dirty jail cell
Soar to heaven dive to hell
Listen to your tell-tale heart

Setting fires in the ghost twilight
We see you dress we bolt with fright
You see an apparition disappear

Jump to the table, jump up the stairs
Stand on the rooftop, looking out through the air
Walk on broken glass your tell-tale heart

Lenore, am I dreaming

How can death keep us apart, mmmm..
Lenore, I see you burning

And I'd walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers your tell-tale heart

Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers your tell-tale heart

Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers your tell-tale heart

Heart
Heart
Heart
Heart

Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers your tell-tale heart
Your tell-tale heart

Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers your tell-tale heart

Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers your tell-tale heart

Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers
Walk on burning embers your tell-tale heart



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