"Horror Queen" as written by Nicholas Alexander Wiggins, William Roy Francis and Angel Dejesus Ibarra....
She wrote this symphony with plastic sin and
Striking pale blue eyes
It's your dead skin, and my last sunrise (ah)
Glorify this cemetery vision
Usher me from this life
I want to see your crimson version of Hell

Horror, eternally idolize
Horror, sell your soul for lies
Horror, we've got just one last chance to shine
Horror, I know my Horror Queen won't let me down tonight

Walk alone through a cemetery version of a mile
Hang your skin on nails and her vicious smile
Glorify this cemetery
Glorify this holy war we live
I want to see your crimson vision of Hell

Horror, eternally idolize
Horror, sell your soul for lies
Horror, we've got just one last chance to shine
Horror, I know my Horror Queen won't let me down tonight

You walk beyond the grave awake
I walk beyond the grave and wait

You walk beyond the grave awake
I walk beyond the grave and wait

(I'm afraid I have bad news for you)

Horror, eternally idolize
Horror, sell your soul for lies
Horror, we've got just one last chance to shine
Horror, I know my Horror Queen won't let me die


Lyrics submitted by fr0zencreek

"Horror Queen" as written by Nicholas Alexander Wiggins Angel Dejesus Ibarra

Lyrics © Another Victory Publishing

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    General CommentWhen I listened to this song, I was amazed. I love it.

    WiL Francis makes many references to past works such as "It's your dead skin and my last sunrise". That's a reference to The Last Sunrise off of Nightmare Anatomy. "Glorify this cemetery vision" could mean a reference to Rain in Hell's We Sleep Forever's music video. "I walk beyond the grave and wait" references I Set My Friends On Fire, I believe.

    joshuadefibaughon April 25, 2011   Link

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