"Lady Eleanor" as written by and James Alan Hull....
As she played, magicians seeing all this on the floor,
Belly dancing beauty with a power driven saw
Had myself a nightmare,
Didn't think there could be much more
Then in walked Lord Borgaasha with the lady Eleanor

She tied my eyes with a ribbon,
Of a silken gossamer thread
I gaze with troubled vision,
On an old four poster bed
Where Eleanor had risen to kiss the neck below my head,
And made me come along with her to the land of the dancing dead

But its alright lady Eleanor,
Alright lady Eleanor
I'm alright where I am

She gazed with loving beauty,
Like a mother to a son
Like living, dying, seeing,
Being all rolled into one
Then all at once I heard some music,
Playing in my bones
The same old song I'd heard for years,
Reminding me of home

But its alright lady Eleanor,
Alright lady Eleanor
I'm alright where I am

Then creeping on towards me,
Licking lips with tongues of fire
A host of gold and demons,
Screaming lust and ways desired
And when it seemed for certain,
That the screams could get no higher
I heard a voice above the rest,
Screaming you're a liar

But its alright lady Eleanor,
Alright lady Eleanor,
I'm alright here in your arms


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"Lady Eleanor" as written by James Alan Hull

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