13th Floor Vendetta

Album: The Black Album (1980)
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  • The organ plays 'till midnight on Maldine Square tonight
    The dancer's dance with a fever and delight
    His brow is tense but his hands never shake
    Revenge has come sweetly and death is his mate

    The organ plays 'till midnight note perfect like clockwork
    Perfect precise and a slave to the master's demands

    Two souls locked together for all eternity
    Soon to be one our work is nearly over
    But who is the victim?
    And who is the innocent?

    The organ plays 'till midnight note perfect like clockwork
    Perfect precise and a slave to the master's demands
    Writer/s: CHRISTOPHER JOHN MILLAR, DAVID VANIAN, PAUL GRAY, RAYMOND IAN BURNS
    Publisher: BMG Rights Management
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