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Erika, Erika is watching
Daniel, Daniel is hiding
Erika, Erika is counting
Sixteen, fifteen, fourteen, thirteen, twelve, eleven, ten, nine
Erika, Erika is coming

The sun is setting the scene
In the garden, it's starting to rain
The trees are trembling
Erika's repeating

There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden

There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden

Erika is feeling something
Daniel is hiding
She's counting
Sixteen, fifteen, fourteen, thirteen, twelve, eleven, ten, nine, eight

The sun is leaving the scene
It took a look and turned away
The trees are trembling
Erika's repeating

There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden

There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden

There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden

There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden
There is no laughter in the garden



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