"The Basement Song" as written by Edward Daniel Chester, Adam Patrick Devlin, Mark James Morriss, Scott Edward Morriss and Richard James Payne....
I hear something in the basement
When I shouldn't hear a sound
Voices speaking there in whispers
People moving stuff around

Now this was causing me to lose sleep
So I thought I'd check it out
But the dust out there was this deep
And there was no-one about

I think I'm starting to lose what grip I had
Think I'm starting to slide
Be so bright
You decide
And my power running out for the outside

I told the doctor of my symptoms
And he didn't say a word
I'm getting hives on my shoulders
And I feel tired like a small bird

And soon my friends are coming over
'Cause I just lay there on the bedspread
Listening to voices in the basement
Or is that voices in my head?

I think I'm starting to lose what grip I had
Think I'm starting to slide
Be so bright
You decide
And my power running out for the outside

I catch you later get me outta here, outta here
I catch you later get me outta here, outta here
Yeah I catch you later get me outta here, outta here
I catch you later get me outta here, outta here
Yeah I catch you later get me outta here, outta here
I catch you later get me outta here, outta here
Ooh I catch you later get me outta here, outta here
I catch you later get me outta here, outta here
I catch you later get me outta here, outta here
(I hear something in the basement)


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"The Basement Song" as written by Edward Daniel Chester Adam Patrick Devlin

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