"The 7th Day Of July 1777" as written by Andy La Rocque and Kim Bendix Petersen....
Count de LaFey uncovered his cheating Wife
9 months of loving and sharing
Oh it was a bastard child
How could he have been so blind
"No bastard baby
will inherit what's mine"
Another one of her affairs
had left him in despair
So he pushed her down the stairs
to die..."No" She cried
In 1777, on the 7th Day of July
The Countess broke her neck and the
embryo came out dead
The he burned his beloved Wife
and the embryo he gave a name
"Abigail You must rest in shame" Rest in shame
SOLO: Andy
With a strange idea
He wanted to mummify
The girl for the future to find...and he did
SOLO: Mike.
So he pushed her down the stairs
To die..."No" She cried
In 1777, on the 7th Day of July

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"The 7th Day of July 1777" as written by Kim Bendix Petersen Andy La Rocque

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    General CommentIt's about how Count De LaFey killed his wife for cheating on him. The baby she had in her from the other man was a bastard child, and Count named the baby Abigail and put it in a vault.
    Anilandon April 05, 2007   Link

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