Abalin, Abalin,
do you love him loud enough to listen
when he's calling?

You'd be a fool to say
you didn't know you could hear him,
after all those nights
I saw you sleep under the pillow.

There's a rabbit on the porch,
out to get you,
scare the critter off
with some of your voodoo.
Climb into the cellar slowly,
yes his face was so familiar,
I believe it.

You'd be a fool to say
you didn't know he was waiting,
after all those nights
I saw you turn down his picture
before any man could have a look at you,
before any man could fall in love with you.

Baby, it's been so long
since you gave up on me,
maybe I should be happy.

There's a knocking at the basement door.
Who is calling?
There's no one home but Abalin,
and no use looking.

I'd be a fool to say
I didn't know you were leaving,
after all your clothes started
to disappear.
And I found your old photos
down by the river...
who put ‘em there?

I forgive you,
but I'll never go down to the cellar
trying to find you.
There's more to love than being tragic,
but you wouldn't see that,
you just scared a helpless rabbit,
and never came back.

Lyrics submitted by lurkinginsagas

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