My dark conceit
Your bloodstain on my handkercheif
Another relic of our grief

You can't contrive
That we'll die side by side
You silly girl,
Did you think the world
Was kind?

Chorus:
Elizabeth staggers;
She was scared
To plunge the stairwells of despair
Her pen blots out the skies
Her art tastes better blind
I recall what the captain said
come upstairs and meet your end
I'd rather put out my eyes
My art tastes better blind

My self-pity
Will condone the most wicked deeds
Salieri, is my chief.

So fields of joy
I'd gladly see them burnt
If they can't be mine
I won't abide
Their sight.

Chorus:
Elizabeth staggers;
She was scared
To plunge the stairwells of despair
Her pen blots out the skies
Her art tastes better blind
I recall what the captain said
come upstairs and meet your end
I'd rather put out my eyes
My art tastes better blind


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