"Sister Darkness" as written by Jean Beauvoir, John Diteodoro, Nicholas Douklias, Dorothee Pesch and William Taylor Joseph....
I see you after midnight
When the moonlight mirrors in my eyes
And I do what I like
And I do what is right
Slowly come alive

We dance with the shadows
Unlike anything in this world
We will use up the night
And I'll sure treat you right
Bring you back to life

[Chorus:]
Call me sister darkness
If you want me
That's my name
Call me if you want me
Better call me
Now you know my name

You won't be sorry
It's the only time I treat you right
Let the magic unfold
And your body and soul
Slowly come alive

There ain't no tomorrow
I will drink your blood like old red wine
Oh, don't fear me tonight
Only once in your life
You'll be fully mine

[Chorus:]
Call me sister darkness
If you want me
Yeah, that's my name
Call me if you want me
Better call me
See you again...


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"Sister Darkness" as written by Jean Beauvoir Dorothee Pesch

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