If you go out to the woods tonight
You'll likely find a frightening sight
The girls are thin, the boys are thin
Skin whitened they are harlequin
Their music comes in metal caplets
Come here very often, like the dance even

Summer night
The chairs are good
The chains and all were glittery
Arrangements are a strange hallucination
Or a place engagement
With a good replacement or the Armor-All
The bell rings and the race is on

You there
See your maiden
Made a golden dress
He's paid her
No attention
She's an uninvited pest

Six are screaming in the red
Because underground in deep exclusion
Slowly off the riches or
Realized it by the makers from
Out the backdoors
I say captain
Bells and bitters, what a lovely sight
It is

Suddenly the air is thick
The CD's skipping, blood is dripping
Slowly from behind it
Wrapped in silky silver fishnets
Love notes she left on bathroom walls
They talk about how beautiful it is
But it
Is ruining the sinks

No one ever talked to her
No one wanted to be friends
No one ever danced with her
Actions will have consequences

All at once, hearts slowly stopping
Bodies dropping, let them ripen
Balling up, they're choking on their poisonous
Long Island iced teas
Purring like babies
And the price of mortality
She's pleased
With this
Amusing ending

As the clock strikes one less lantern
Everyone has gone to heaven
Lost our light, the bar is brittle
This smell is awful pungent

Bodies lying on the grass
Or like a beam of awning
But wait, there's more
A moral for you all

Please, oh, saw your maiden
As she slips across the street
Dancer to the sirens
Oh, revenge
Is bittersweet

No one ever wanted her
No one even asked her name
No one ever noticed her
Now of course it's much too late

So smile and open up your heart
Buy a lonely girl a drink
Though she may seem harmless darling
Nothing's ever what you

Lyrics submitted by Mellow_Harsher

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