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Sega Sound Studio – A Ghost's Pumpkin Soup (Pumpkin Hill) lyrics

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    This song really helped me through the hard times in my life, whenever I was feeling down I'd just think of this song and Knuckles. Knuckles is kind of an idol for me, I ended up getting "WWND" tattooed on my arm for "What Would Knuckles Do" (the K is silent).
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    This song is about Knuckle's dead waifu Miku and how he is coping with her after her death. He visits the graveyard every weekend to mourn for her and he can feel her presence. The great emerald is the wedding ring he gave the body pillow, he is going crazy with the thought that she is still alive when the emerald is nearby. He ends up destroying the graveyard in a frenzy for his lost waifu and is going crazy thinking she is always watching. Finally he leaves the graveyard and the song repeats when he comes back next weekend for bratwurst.
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    I think this song is sort of a eulogy for Larry. Unable to save Larry, the lyricist used Knuckles as sort of a self-insert for his vengeance against the ghost that destroyed his best friend Larry. Knuckles is a no cares given tough guy and I'm sure this helped the lyricist get over his grief sharing his plight with the red echidna.
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