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Six Feet Under – Ghosts Of The Undead lyrics

The screams and cries of the witch
the howling call of the wolf
set free from the demons

Let the flame burn through the night
evil lurks in the shadows
evil hides in the shadows of life
the ghosts of the undead

Supernatural unknown
the devil and his mistress plot our demise
they feed upon the sin
the sin within

The screams and cries of the witch
the howling call of the wolf
set free from the demons
demons of life

Let theflame burn through the night
evil lurks in the shadows
evil hides in the shadows of life
the ghosts of the undead

Supernatural unknown
then devil and his mistress plot our demise
they feed upon the sin
the sin within
the screams and cries of the witch
the howling call of the wolf
set free from the demons
demons of life



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