Joan Crawford

Album: Fire Of Unknown Origin (1981)
  • Junkies down in Brooklyn are going crazy
    They're laughing just like hungry dogs in the street
    Policemen are hiding behind the skirts of little girls
    Their eyes have turned the color of frozen meat

    No, no no no, no no no no no no no no,
    Joan Crawford has risen from the grave
    Joan Crawford has risen from the grave

    Catholic schoolgirls have thrown away their mascara
    They chain themselves to the axles of big Mack trucks
    The sky is filled with hurt and shivering angels
    The fat lady lives! Children, start your trucks

    No, no no no, no no no no no no no no
    Joan Crawford has risen from the grave
    Joan Crawford has risen from the grave

    (Christina, mother's home!
    No, no
    Christina
    No, no, no, no
    Come to Mother
    No, no, no, no, no no no no no no
    Christina)

    Joan Crawford has risen from the grave
    Joan Crawford has risen from the grave
    Joan Crawford has risen from the grave
    Joan Crawford has risen from the grave
    Joan Crawford has risen from the grave
    Joan Crawford has risen from the grave
    Joan Crawford has risen from the grave
    Joan Crawford has risen Writer/s: BOUCHARD, RIGG, ROTER
    Publisher: Sony/ATV Music Publishing LLC, BMG Rights Management
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