"The Witch Of Cedar Glen" as written by Kent Abbott, Michael Casarin and Drew Clark....
In disguise a witch brought fourth by all the darkness in the night, the spell that I was cursed upon left me screaming with incredible height. I told you I loved you I told you I needed you I guess those good times will never come around. Last night I saw your shadow flickering like a bright light, with a sigh I wondered if you'd lay that curse on me tonight. I told you I loved you I told you I needed you I guess those good times will never come around. I'll sing and I'll sing yeah I just might just lay that curse on me to be with you tonight. I'd be prouder than the king of all the land, I'd go with you anywhere yeah please just take my hand. I told you I loved you I told you I needed you I guess those good times will never come around.



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    General Commentgreat song... i think the witch is an analogy for a girl who put the curse of unattainable love on him... this band is definately up and coming although their best song is off their EP (someday)...
    Sedadedon April 30, 2004   Link

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