A midnight trip she gets her blood from Carver City shore
(Please someone answer me)
Wrapped in smoke with the key to lock, to lock the corridor
(I think someone's after me)
Denial on high, they waited up for her delivery
(Trapped in captivity)
This mystery will soon destroy this chosen family
(Please someone answer me)

It's been four months almost five
Last seen on Coyote Drive
From her a word wasn't heard...and she never returned
No thoughts of running away, her friends have nothing to say
And she never returned

This midnight trip she left her blood to all eternity
(Please someone answer me)
A search was on but they gave it up to rot in misery
(Trapped in captivity)

It's been four months almost five
Last seen on Coyote Drive
From her a word wasn't heard (please someone answer me)
This time she never returned
No thoughts of running away, her friends have nothing to say
And she never returned
And she never returned

No, she never returned


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    General CommentPretty basic; one night a girl is kidnapped by what I would imagine to be the inhabitants of Hellview. Her voice is represented by the quiet and eerie vocals, being in captivity and hoping someone finds her.
    IfIDiedAgainon May 06, 2009   Link
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    General CommentNever thought much of it til I read the lyrics. Brutal. Long live CKY!
    MrKASADYon May 08, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI love the outro to this song, very awesome.
    Higgins_213on July 13, 2009   Link
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    General CommentIfIDiedAgain pretty well covered it. I also noticed something though. The boardwalk body, i think, is the same girl from this song. About the only compelling evidence i can provide is that the person from the board walk body is refered to as Jane Doe, a her, female...could be competly off base but i think it adds to the album knowing that 2 of the songs interact
    superbadhardasson August 25, 2009   Link

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