"Spirits" as written by and David Mallett....
Jonathan is dead
And Abigail is watching his wheelchair burn
The flames lick the wooden floor
Spreading to the curtains, and then the draperies on the wall
Higher and higher they go

"I am the fire, I'm eating everything
I'll bring this mansion down, through me they all must come"

Spirits flying through the air
Spirits crossing over to the other side
To rest in peace and never die again
And to be with long gone friends

The ghosts of those who lived here in the past
They will use the flames to leave this EVIL house

Abigail is watching the spirits and the flames
Dancing hand in hand around her long black dress
Oh around and around they go, until they touch
Abigail is on fire

[Mike]
Spirits flying through the air
Spirits crossing over to the other side
To rest in peace and never die again
And to be with long gone friends

[Andy]
There is no pain as Abigail is eaten by the flames
Her body starts to fade, emptiness is growing inside
Slowly she's leaving her body behind
And the spirits are right by her side

Oh no here she goes, her spirit is in the air
The others guide her to the flames where they all will disappear

Spirits flying through the air
Spirits crossing over to the other side
To rest in peace and never die again
And to be with long gone friends

[Andy and Kol]
But Abigail forgot one thing:
"Her own little twin"


Lyrics submitted by Necro Butcher

"Spirits" as written by Uffe Lorenzen Morten Aron Larsen

Lyrics © Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, Warner/Chappell Music, Inc., Fintage House Publishing

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    General CommentAfter Jonathan is dead, the mansion is set afire and the spirits that inhabited the place surround Abigail to take her with them and be set free.
    samwaltonon March 01, 2007   Link

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