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They say to me
Open this door
The curios screams
Whatever could be behind it
Behind that door
A piano stands
The keys are dusty
The strings are untuned
Behind that door
She sits at the piano
But she plays no more
It is so long ago
There at the piano
I heard her
As she began to play
I held my breath
She said to me
I'll stay with you forever
But it just seemed
She played only for me
I poured her blood
In the fire of my rage
I locked the door
They asked for her
There at the piano
I heard her
As she began to play
I held my breath
There at the piano
I stand by her
It seemed
She played only for me
The door is opened
And how they scream
I hear the mother plea
Her father striked at me
They free her from the piano
No one there believe me
That I am deadly sick
From the suffering and stench
There at the piano
I heard her
As she began to play
I held my breath
There at the piano
She heard me
As she began to play
I held my breath



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