Wicked Annabella

Album: The Kinks Are The Village Green Preservation Society (1968)
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  • In a dark and misty house
    Where no Christian man has been
    Wicked Annabella mixes a brew
    That no one's ever seen

    Relatives have passed her by
    Too scared to even say hello
    She's in perpetual midnight
    She shuts out the day
    And goes about her sinful ways

    I, I've seen her hair, I've seen her face
    Look towards mine
    I, I've felt her eyes burning my soul
    Twisting my mind

    Little children who are good
    Should always go to sleep at night
    'Cause Wicked Annabella is up in the sky
    Hopin' they will open their eyes

    Don't go into woods tonight
    'Cause underneath the sticks and stones
    Are lots of little demons enslaved by Annabella
    Waiting just to carry you home
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