"A Secret" as written by and P. Peterson....
Sunday noon

In the "LOA" mansion the Lafayettes are meeting
There's a crisis they must resolve
Twice since they moved into this house
The Voodoo drums have spoken at night

The mansion is dark and gloomy place
A haunted landscape, a house without grace
The Voodoo burial ground is the key
Get rid of that and they're free

It must remain a secret, or the plan will never work
It must remain a secret

In comes Salem, he's 6 feet tall and dark
He is the new found butler of the "LOA" house
They ask him for advice regarding their plan
To destroy the cemetery on their land

It must remain a secret, or the plan will never work
It must remain a secret
We must do what must be done

If you steal the grave from one who sleeps
He will come for you to set him free

You must not break the chain

Salem: "Jean le Noir's spirit walks this house at night
Never will he leave, cause this is where he died
Great Wanga will hit you if you do
Destroy the cemetery of Voodoo"

If you steal the grave from one who sleeps
He will come for you to set him free

Superstitious we are not


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"A Secret" as written by Andrew Hughes (gb) Alexander Paterson

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