"The Invisible Guests" as written by and Kim Bendix Petersen....
Late that night I awoke from My sleep
Hearing unknown voices laughing
insane
Grandma' was one, Oh it's coming
from the room next to mine

It's Grandma' room the invisible
guests

As I stood there alone in the dark
Peeking through the keyhole, couldn't
believe My eyes
I'd never seen anything like it, only
Grandma' was inside the room

Speaking to no one the invisible
guests

Cups were rising in thin air and then
emptied on the floor
Suddenly the door was open and
Grandma' said
"Do come in My little friend"

Missy and Mother were sleeping
downstairs
If they could see me in Grandmother's
chair

Grandmother said "look Me deep in
the eyes
You will forget what You saw here
tonight"

"I will let You in on the secret of this
house
The secret of Amon that's what we
call this house
Now I want you to go back to sleep,
now go back to sleep My dear"

The invisible guests

Cups were rising in thin air and then
emptied on the floor
Suddenly the door was open and
Grandma' said
"Now you must go back to sleep"

"Go to sleep"... "Go to sleep"...
"Go to sleep"...

Missy and Mother were sleeping
downstairs
If they could see me in Grandmother's
chair


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"The Invisible Guests" as written by Kim Bendix Petersen

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    General Commentthis one is continued from welcome home

    the kid wakes up and hears things in grandmas room checks on it and it's grandma and the invisable guests and grandma pouring the blood tea on the floor
    Larutan-Midianon June 14, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis is the best song ever... I really think so...
    GMPBon April 23, 2007   Link

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