Last night you were on my balcony.
You needn't try, know the whole story.
Before it's too late I must get away,
But both of us know you must stay.

Oh, come on, Carmilla,
Surrender into the roses.
Go back home under the posies.
Surrender into the roses,
Carmilla, Carmilla, Carmilla.

Tying garlic flowers around the room.
It keeps me safe, but oh! the sickly perfume.
Well, it makes me long for the good times,
When you were really alive.

Oh, come on, Carmilla,
Surrender into the roses.
Go back home under the posies.
Surrender into the roses,
Carmilla, Carmilla, Carmilla.


Lyrics submitted by Theresa_Gionoffrio, edited by Mellow_Harsher

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    General CommentI'm guessing this must be based on some story in literature, as many of Kate's songs are/ Does anyone know who Camilla is? Is there some vampire reference here? (the garlic)
    GarryNovikoffon April 05, 2013   Link

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