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Come to me...

Is he alive
Is he alive
Is it wrong or right
That in a mine in a mine he hides

As a little little girl, I by mummy mummy heard
There's a tale to fear about a maniac out there
Playing wicked wicked sounds with a fiddle fiddle loud
When the din you hear, put your fingers in the ear

But no one knows how the story goes Is he alive...

Is it wrong or right
Is it wrong or right
Is he alive alive

All the little little girls and the pretty boys
Getting hypnotized when they listen to the noise
And then run run away to his corner corner to
Where they get breeded with other creatures of the woods

But no one knows how the story goes

Is he alive...

Is it wrong or right...

Oh no
Put your fingers in the ear

Written by Ranis & P.
Produced & Mixed by Ranis for FBI
Recorded at Wendy House, Bruxelles & Studio Bakelit, Täby
Additional vocals by Chuck Anthony
Published by Zomba & Alcatraz Publishing



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