"And She Drowned" as written by Chuck Cleaver, Randy Cheek, Bill Alletzhauser and David R. Morrison....
The girl paused at the doorway looking in
Her past was in there somewhere
It was hiding in the rafters
For the chance to drop and get her
The girl paused at the doorway looking in
She could smell it as she entered
On the curtains, in the cupboards
It was hanging in the air
And all around
The floor fell out from under
The ceiling coming down
The memories piled up on her
And she drowned
The girl paused at the doorway looking in
She decided to forget it
Because she knew it wasn't worth it
And that her best was yet to come


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"And She Drowned" as written by Chuck Cleaver Bill Alletzhauser

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