Janet:
In the velvet darkness,
Of the blackest night,
Burning bright,
There's a guiding star.
No matter what or who you are.

Brad & Janet:
There's a light...

Chorus:
Over at the Frankenstein place.

Brad & Janet:
There's a light...

Chorus:
Burning in the fireplace.

Brad & Janet:
There's a light, ... light ... in the darkness of everybody's life.

RiffRaff:
The darkness must go down the river of night's dreaming.
Flow morphia slow, let the sun and light come streaming
Into my life. Into my life...

Brad & Janet:
There's a light...

Chorus:
Over at the Frankenstein place.

Brad & Janet:
There's a light...

Chorus:
Burning in the fireplace.
There's a light, a light

Brad & Janet:
...in the darkness of everybody's life.


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Over At The Frankenstein Place song meanings
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    General CommentHands if you always renact Riff-Raff's solo in the middle of the night when you can't sleep. *Hands up* That's my one of my favourite scenes!!! :D He sounds so sad when he sings it.
    BethGoth05on November 02, 2010   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThis is a great song, from a great movie. I love it!
    babieemellyon April 08, 2004   Link
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    General Commentrichard o'brien has a great voice
    classicsfanon November 01, 2006   Link
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    General Commenti agree. his voice is very unique
    cupcakefun4on June 03, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI always thought he said "Flow, Morpheus, slow...." (as in Morpheus, god of dreams), but the way "morphia" and "slow" go together, I guess I misheard it.
    dirtylemonson February 18, 2012   Link

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