Hedda Gabler

Album: Animal Justice (1977)
  • Hedda gabler
    Had a very funny face
    Tired of waiting
    Tired of the human race

    Like her brother
    Sitting in the library
    Reading how dear adolph
    Was going to save all germany

    Hedda gabler
    She'll go down in history
    Hedda gabler
    Down in all her misery

    Like her mother
    Married to the bank manager
    She took the money
    Hung him in the closet for fun

    Hedda gabler
    She'll go down in history
    Hedda gabler
    Down in all her misery

    Hedda gabler
    She'll go down in history
    Hedda gabler
    Down in all her misery

    Sleep... sleep.... sleep, hedda gabler
    Sleep... sleep.... sleep, hedda gabler
    Sleep... sleep.... sleep, hedda gabler
    Sleep... sleep.... sleep, hedda gabler
    Sleep... sleep.... sleep, hedda gabler
    Sleep... sleep.... sleep, hedda gabler
    Writer/s: JOHN DAVIES CALE
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