ALICE COOPER

ALICE COOPER - GAIL

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A tree has grown on the spot

Where her body did rest

Blood seeped into the soil

From the knife in her chest

The bugs serve time in her skeletal jail

I wonder how the bugs remember Gail

What a lovely young girl

Everybody would say

You can still hear her laugh

In the shadows on a cold winter's day

A dog dug up a bone and wagged it's tail

I wonder how the dog remembers Gail

The bugs serve time in her skeletal jail

I wonder how the bugs remember Gail

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