I live up here in this cabin in the woods
Up where nobody visits and probably nobody should
There's a lot to consider once you get inside the door
I've got a box full of secrets buried under the floorboards
Where is all my family?
Why did no one stay with me?

Wailing walls, how could you give up on me?
(You're not alone)
Wailing walls blacker than you've ever seen
(Lay down your . . .)
Agnes speaks but I don't hear a word

Then this angel of mercy comes in like a vision
It's a great birds of prey weighing all my decisions
Yeah the vulture swoops down with a match and some gas
Saying, "Burn the whole place and the pain will pass"
Where's the bluebird of my youth?
In the absence of the truth, of the truth

Wailing walls, how could you give up on me?
(You're not alone)
Wailing walls blacker than you've ever seen
(Lay down your . . .)
Then out of a dream a voice in my head
Mercy had left, forgiveness is dead
The guns have grown cold, the soldiers have bled
And I won't live

Wailing walls, how could you give up on me?
Wailing walls blacker than you've ever seen
(Don't give up, dear)
How could you give up on
Wailing walls how you could give on me?
(I hear you now)
How could you give up on me?
(I hear you now)
How could you give up on me?
(I hear you)
It's blacker than you've ever seen
(I hear you)
It's out of a dream
It's out of a dream
It's out of a dream


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