"Wicked Witch" as written by Jon Schaffer and Hans Juergen Kuersch....
There is a demon
An evil mind
Inside us
Oh I know, I know
We all know the rules
When water will be shed
The wicked witch is

This is the end of all the miracles
Farewell to you yellow brick road

Everything she is asking for
It all belongs to her
Now she's gone into nothingness
There she waits

Still I can hear her singing in the room
In the room I know she's gone
I've thought "She'll never fail,
All magic will be gone
The day she'll melt away"

This is the end of all the miracles
Still I hear her singing in the dark
Truth has changed, her voice it stays the same
Farewell to you yellow brick road
Still I hear her singing in the dark
While time goes on her voice will fade away

"They are all, they're everything, they are mine
Silver shoes you're mine, you are mine,
You are mine"

Hate will live on

This is the end of all the miracles
Farewell to you yellow brick road

The wicked witch is dead


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"Wicked Witch" as written by Jon Schaffer Hans Juergen Kuersch

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    Song MeaningIt´s about the death of the Wicked Witch of the West from The Wizard of Oz, with numerous references to silver shoes, the yellow brick road and her body melting away. It has a sad, almost regretful tone to it which is rather strange.

    Also, due to the theme of the album being the Dark Tower novels, one must mention the Oz parallells in Wizards and Glass (read the books if you haven´t). Also Rhea of the Cöon is arguably the DT equivalent of the Wicked Witch of the West.
    Puritanicalon April 23, 2012   Link

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